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FOR THE YBAR 1845. ' 


THOMAS AMYOT, ESQ. F.R.S., Treas. S.A. Director. 





8IR HENRY ELLIS, K.H., F.R.S., Sec. S.A. 






WILLIAM J. THOMS, ESQ. F.S.A., Secretary. 




Thc CorNCiL of thc Camdks Society desirc it to \jc under- 
stcMxl that thcy arc nut ansvrcrable for any opinions or obscrva- 
tions that niay apjicar in the Society's publications ; the Editors 
of the sevcral Works l>eing alone responsible for the same. 


The manuscript, known as the Liber de Antiquis Legibus, now deposited 
in the Record Room, Town Clerk'8 Office, at tbe Guildhall of the city of 
London, is a small folio, nine inches and a half in length and seven inches 
in breadth, the binding of white leather, covering wooden backs, and con- 
taining 159 leaves of parchment, paged continuously with Arabic cyphers. 
The index prefixed to the volume indicates the successive chapters which 
it was orig^ally intended should compose the volume ; but the first chapter 
and three others in the body of the manuscript were left blank, though 
sinoe written over by matter of later insertion* The original portion of 
this manuscript will have been written throughout in Latin in the year of 
our Lord 1274, 2 E^ward I., and the remainder added at different intervals 
in French, which later date will also apply to the references in the margins. 
A considerable portion of this volume is fiUed with extracts from the Gesta 
Regum Anglorum of William, the monk of Malmsbury, under titles of the 
writer's own composition. At the top of the page the reverse of folio 63 
conmience the Chronicles of the Mayors and Sheriffs of London and the 
events which occurred in their times, from the year 1188 to the year 1274, 
up to the month of August, the preparations for the coronation of E^ward I., 
who landed at Dover the 2d of that month, being the subject matter of the 
closing paragraphs of this valuable portion of its contents. The title of the 
Book of Ancient Laws is only applicable to the chapters 38 and 44 ; the 
first of which contains the regulations prescribed, by the name of Assise, as 
to the inhabitants of London in respect of their buildings and dwellings, and 
the second the Provisions made by the Lord Henry the King, son of King 
John, and his council, to amend the English laws, of which the larger por- 
don had been ordained in the time of the Earl of Leicester, in the year of 
the Lord 1264, after the battle of Lewes, fought on Wednesday the four- 
teenth day of May. In each instance of the Latin name of the city of Lon- 
don, where written at fiill length in this manuscript, the plural termination 

CAMD, 80C. b 

II preface. 

it u»«n1, .iinl l((i}frr (!«• \V«*n<luv«T .'i<l(>|»t<« thii* fonii in his ('hniniclr ; it ha» 

c(>n<4*(iii(Mitl\ U^t-n .nlhi^nii t(i hv thc «ilitor. llu* ni<Mli* in which tho citv of 

• • • • 

Loinhin .iiiil <-<iii!itv <»f Mi<i(iK*M*x w«*rf foniHti hv the SheriffH pridr to tlu* 
ynr 1I^*< iiin\ Iw -«■«•n in th«* Mmia Hunri hy Ma<l(>x, rhap. \\. p. 164, 
uiid fnini thc l*i)it> ItolU Mkv l«-ani that th(> Sh^TifT!* wcn* M)m«*tim«*<» four in 
niimlMT, and iii tht» 4th \«*ar of lU»n. II. th«*rr w^-n* five Sh<"riff*. Thc two 
.*^licn!r^ llcnrv (1«- Conihill and Itirhanl mmi of K««vn«T, whoM* nani«'«i ari* 
fir'*! nwtitioiKfl in thi^ i'hn>ni(*l«\ had n*n«i«'n*<i arrompt of thc fcrm of Lon- 
don and Mi«hll(*o«'X in tht* 'Mth v«*ar of ll«>ni^' II. and on thc fca^t of St. 
Muhacl in that y«*ar. :?9th S*pt«iidHT llHH, thry wcn* a^rain «-h^iiiii to thc 
«>:inH* offi«v. <)n th(* Pi|H* H(dl 1 \i'u\ I. thcv an* .i(*f ountaiit<i iMith of thc 
«»ld f(Tm aiid of ihr n«»w fcnn, and thciracrompt i«* chrM-d with thi» cntry : — 
•• lj 111 panloni^ jmt hn*vc I{«vi* «'iMhin \*ic«*<-omitihu*. </•., ct dcUMit (•cr/i. 
«t (pMiiT \\. ct \ii/i. ««t wii//. IM.iiKM. dc quihn* <*. «-t (piati*r tx. «'t xii/#. ct 
\\ii«/. hl.ifit.t -uiif •u|M r prcilu tuni ll*-!iri(um «•! c «t (piatiT \\. ct \ii/i. ct 
wiif/. hl.itira ••ii{HT ICir.irdum filiiim Kciiicri." Il«-iir\ dc Conihill. hii-hand 
(d* Ahccdc ('(itin\. ihc hciri"»* oflhc han>nv of Stokc Courrv, rom. Sotiwr- 
<*«'t. .ind uho af)cr hit dcct-aH* n*marricd \Varin«* l*1ti-(fcn»ld, th«* Kiiiif'*( 
('h.imlHTlain. h>a\invr hv ««arh an onl\ (LiUk^^htcr. roh«*irH of thi* l>;ir«»tjv. of 
wln»in .loiiii «1«> Conihill wa^ th«* \»if«* of Ilu;rh dc N«*\ill, I*roto-f(in'*t»T of 
|-'ii::l.iiid. aiid'jiT\ . \»ifc fir-t of Rildviiii d«* ll^-^icp*. cldc-t ^m niid 
hcir'iit of \\ riliani «h* Vcriioii, ICirl of l)c\on, (hH-caH-^l in hi- fathcr** 
lifctniK'. and M*<(>ii(il\ of tlic \icll kiKmn fA\ourit«r of Kin^ .lohii. 1'ulk d«* 
llrc.iiitt*, who had tiamc fn>m a roiiimuiM' of thc rant(»n of (tiMlfT\illc, 
arnitidi«<H*iii(*iit of I^» lla\n*. dc[»anni»*nt of I«a S*in«* Infcri«*un*, n*nd«'nil 
adoiiipt of thi« hi'! dcht on thi* <mm<* ndl. pni\inir hi« t*\(N>nditun* of a <>nr> 
plii« of :iti. Iff. 4r/. hlatirh moticv ov«t th«* «aid «uiii. un<icr thc KiiiL'** wnt 
in pr«»\idiiii.' fiT thc M*\«Tal Tniiamrnt* and dn-*»*'- pn*|>ar;itorv to hi-» con»- 
ii.itKni. Th:.» ai CMiupt will th«r»f«»n' h.t\c « \t« iid( il oxtr tlic ^car- tVini 
\|ith.i«lii;a<i I1h7.:I:) Ihii. MHh.i.lnia* 1 IH<». I Uif . |.. iii *!.i. h 
iiittr\al of litiic II*iir\ II. wa- il«iia-cii («th .liilv. aiid |{:i hard \iia«> i-ri»\ 
cti **ini«l i\ tl.»' .*Jd ttf S« :•!• njl-«T ; arjd it >%a'» oii o*(.i"Ji»n of that "mIi rii:!!t\ 
th I» f.. .li'A* wi p- ii. <.t.-'» . 'd fhr«»iiv:!.Mui Kiujlaiiil. Iu th* «.aiuf \i'ar, ac- 
t ••r«l • ■/ tii i ur I }iri':i.i !• . I Ii iir\ . •••u i»f 1 .\ Iw in of I.oi.i|iiii.<»tiiuc,* w.i* madc 


Mayor of London, who was the first Mayor in the eity, and who continued 
Mayor up to the close of his life, namely, well nigh for twenty-five years. 
The day of the election of the Mayor was on the 28th day of October, the 
feast of St. Simon and Jude, and as he was deceased before the 5th day of 
October 1212, 14th John, it wanted but a few days of the completion of the 
twenty-fifth year of his mayoralty, if elected in 1 187. 

In the Appendix to the Introduction prefixed to the Rotuli CuriaB Regis 
by Sir Francis Palgrave is copy of a deed by which Henry Fitz Ailwin 
grants to William Lafaite the land which Emma, sister of the aforesaid 
William, had held in Lime-street, which lay next the land of the Abbot of 
Ramsey, to be held of him and his heirs by the grantee and his heirs in fief 
and in inheritance for ever at the annual rent of 12e?., for which concession 
the aforesaid William gave to him half a mark of silver by way of boon. 
Witnesses, — Peter son of Alan, Ralph Brand, Jordan son of Sperling, 
Robert the Chamberlain, Jordan son of Jordan. Appendant to this deed 
is a seal of yellow wax, vamished, impressed with the representation of a 
man on horseback, a hawk perched on his fist, with an inscription round its 
circumference, but so defaced as to be illegible, and is now in the Treasury 
of the Exchequer. In the same Appendix is also copy of a convention and 
concord made in the Curia Regis at Westminster on the feast of St. Andrew 
the Apostle, third year of the reign of King Richard, before John Comte of 
Mortain, brother of the King, and before Walter Archbishop of Rouen, then 
Justiciary of England, and Richard Bishop of London, tben Treasurer of 
the Lord the King, and the Barons of the Exchequer, between William son 
of Reiner and Henry his brother, conceming lands in Middlesex and London, 
with these witnesses, — Hugh Bishop of Chester, William Le Mareschal, 
John Le Mareschal, Robert de Witefeld, Roger Fitz Reinfrey, Robert 
Fitz Roger, Osbert Fitz Hervey, Robert Ruffus, Chamberlain of Comte 

stood on the north side of the Church of St Swithin and churchyard, and the advowson 
was appropriated to the manaion, as appears from an inqueet taken after the death of 
Robert Aguylon, hiB deacendant, hereafter cited. This Church of St. Swithin was situate 
at the Bouth-west comer of St. Swithin Vlane, over against London Stone, in Candlewick- 
street, but in Walbrook ward, and from the situation thereof hath been called St Swithin 
in Candlewick-street, but moie f^uently of late St. Swithin London-Stone. At th^^^ 
present time this street goes under the name of Cannon-ttreet. ^ence the appellation '^ 
given to Heary Fitz Aylwin, as beiiig of London Stone, in the Chronicle. 


John, Henry 6e Conihulle^ Ralph and Reginald his brotherB, Ralph Ftti 
Ralph, Ilenrj FiU Ailwin, VVilliamde UaTerhulle, Rof^ Fitx Alan, Alan 
Fitx PHer, Michael Fitx John, Richard his son, Geoffirey Bucointe, John 
Fitx Elinant, VVilliam liadue. 

<>n the Roll of the Curia Regix, containing^ assises, &c. in the quinxaine 
of 8t. John the Baptint, 1 John, 1 199, 8th July, is this entrj : — ^ Sudsexia. 
As«isa venit rpcognoscere si una Tiryrata terre cum pertinentiis in Percinget 
sit libera elfrroosina pertinens ad capellam de Percinges, que est Johannis de 
Branoester, an laicum feodum Petri filii Henrici majoris Londoniarum et 
Isabelle uxoris ejus. Juratores dicunt quod est laicum feodum Petri ct 

Perching is in EdlHirUm parish, hundred of Burbeach, rape of Bramber, 
and was parcel of the honour of Warren, which at the time of the Sunrey 
wan hoUi of him bv William de Watteville and alterwards bv Bartholomcw 
de (*hi*iif*y, whotie daughter and hdr Isabella was then the wife of Peter, 
eldinit iMim son of Ilenry Fitx Ailwin, Mayor of Ltmdon. In Surrey the 
same Bartholomew h4*ld a certain portion of the vill of Addington, in the 
hundrrd of WallingtcHi, com. Surrey, in chief of the Lord the Kin^, by the 
serjitinty of the kitchen, and it was not known of whofte gift, and Richard 
the King gave the same portion to IVter, son of tbe Mayor of London, with 
the daughUT of the same Bartholomew, and tlie Lord John the King aAer- 
wardff gmvr the same portion to Ralph le Parmentier with the daughter oC 
ihr iiame Peter : and it was at the time of the inquest, of which this record 
is pn*s«*r%i*d in the Ti*iita de Nevill, in the hand of the Lord the King. At 
the same ttmi* the hetn of Bartholomew de Chenev held in the vill of Li*wea 
two mt*s»uage» cif the I^rd the King, but it was not known by what ser^ice. 
In the sanie rrcord Peter son of the Mavor of London is said to hold the 
moi«*ty of Addingtfin by the serrice of the kiichen. 

On the grrat RoU of the I^pe, 3(1 John, und«*r London and Middlesex, 
wherr entry i» made of tbe fines of thote holding by military {ier\ice, given 
le%t they «hould crmt the Channi*l, Ilenry Mayor of Londcici wa» rhanred 
trti tnarkn fcir th«« firft uf two kntghts of tht* honour of Pe\ en*!! of Ixindoo ; 
but aA«*rwardt nvonii-d bv (ieoffrev Fitx Pii-r» that hv had only fine<i for 
six marks. By a l^-tter Clote of thc* year \205 enteriHl upon the Roll of 
tbe peventh year of hit reign, the King instruct4<d the Barons of the Kxche- 
quer to reckoo oo behalf of tbe cttiaefis of I.4>iidoii nine htmdn*d marks of 


silver by weight, which they bad paid into tbe Privy Cbamber at Stokes, 
tbrougb tbe bands of Peter, son of tbe Mayor, of Jobn, of Constentine son 
of Aluf, of William tbe Cbamberlain, and of Alan de Balon, of the proffer 
made to bun in aid of bis expedition beyond sea, and is dated from Por- 
chester tbe tbird day of Jime, tbrougb Pbilip de Lucy. 

Anotber property of Henry tbe Mayor of London was tbe manor of 
Watton, in tbe bundred of Broadwater, com. Herts, beld by tbe serjeanty 
of finding one foot soldier for tbe bost of tbe Lord tbe King in Wales witb 
bow and arrows, and tbe ancestors of tbe Mayor bad beld by tbe same ser- 
vice of tbe anccstors of tbe Lord tbe King. It bad also tbe name of 
Watton at Stone, and was a parisb in tbe deanery of Hertford, arcbdeaconry 
of Huntingdon, and diocese of LincoUi, baving tbe cburch under tbe invo- 
cation of St. Mary and St. Andrew. Tbere appears to bave been anciently 
a cbantry in tbis cburcb, dedicated to St. Mary, and known by tbe name of 
Wliemsted, and tbere were knds and tenements in tbe parishes of St. 
Switbin and St. Mary Abcburcb in London subjected to tbe customary 
render of five marks annually to tbe support of tbe cbantor or custos of tbis 
cbapel, wbose presentation was in tbe gift of tbe Lords of tbe Manor. 

At tbe time wben tbe survey of tbe county of Surrey was made for in- 
sertion in Domesday Book, Tezelinus tbe Cook beld of tbe King Edintone. 
Godric bad beld it of King Edward. Tben it was geldable for eigbt bides, 
now for one bide. Tbere is bind to four plougbs. In tbe demesne are two 
plougbs, and eigbt villains and nine cotters witb two plougbs and a half* 
Forest for twenty swine. It is wortb and was wortb five pounds. In tbe 
7 Hen. II. 1161, Bartbolomew de Cbeney rendered accompt in Surrey of 
one mark for scutage, and of bis gift tbe Canons of St. Mary Overy, South- 
wark, acquired tbe presentation of tbe cburcb of St. Mary of Addington in 
tbe deanery of Ewell, arcbdeaconry of Surrey, and diocese of Wincbester, 
to wbicb priory Ricbard, Bisbop of Wincbester, confirmed it by bis cbarter 
in tbese terms : ecclesiam de Edintone cum capella Omnium Sanctorum et 
omnibus aliis pertinentiis suis ex concessione et presentatione Bartbolomei 
de Kaisneto. In qua videlicet capella Omnium Sanctorum Reginaldus de 
Edintone jus patronatus quandoque sibi vendicaverat, ipsamque postea 
coram nobis et pluribus aliis Deo et Ecclesi» prescriptae Canonicisque 
ibidem Deo servientibus in perpetuam elemosinam concessit, ita quod ipae 
vel beredes sui nicbil in ea juris de cetero modis aliquibus potenmt vendicare. 


hinit while he fUycd thcre, hy the King, whoM letter dose hears dite At 
Christchurch 14th diy of November. In the foUowing year the kin^^ wrole 
lo Itefnnald de Comhull, enjotning him to procure for Halph Le Pannentier 
thoie thinfTi which he was to notify to him on the King*t behalf to carry oo 
the buniness for whirh he was despatched, and to find him in necettsaries 
during his stay in London for this purpose, from Ludfirershall, second day of 
ApriL (>n the KoU of LiHters Patent, 6th John, 1205, is one addressed to 
the Master of the Knights Templars in England and to the Preceptor of 
London, commanding them to send the regalia and jewels of the King, which 
they had in their custody, to him by Ralph Le Parmentier, his serjcant, and 
by some trusty senrant of their own, so that they be with the King al 
Keading on the day next before Christmas, dated from Bristol, 13th I)e- 
cemlier. C)n the KoU of Ix^ters Close of the same year is one addressed 
to the Mayor of I^ndon and to K4*ginald de (*onihuU, bidding them know 
that he the King had given to Kalph I^ Parmentier, his serjeant, the houset 
which were those of WiUiam son of Tumtatus in the city of London, which 
Thomas de lUunviU had, with their appurtenancen, and commanding them 
to give him fuU seizin thervof without delay. The King, during hisstay al 
Niort in (iasconv, wrote on the I4th dav of June 1206 to Master Klvas 
and (f(H)(rn*y Lutterel, commanding them to send him fnim his treajiury 
which they had in their cust^idy 2000 marks by Kalph Le Parmentier and 
the persons of the retinue of Savary de Mauleon, whom he had ient to 
them on this account, In the month of September be had retumed to 
Niort, for on the back of the fifUi membrane of the Letters Cloae of tke 
8th year of King John we rpad, ^ Nomina militum et servientium prisonuiBt 
quos Alfredus de Thomtona et Willelmus de Coleman et Kogerus de Wame* 
forda tradidemnt Kadulfo Parmentario apud Niortum in vigilia i^cti 
IjUDb(*rti anno etc. viii. 16 Sept. 1206; among whom weir these ^m 
knightm Keginald de Livery, (iafTur I/liermite, Kobert de Ne^ile, PHer 
de Piri and (jeoffrry de Burgo, two provosts of Angiers and three »er- 
jeanUHit-arms. This entry is oo the KoU of I^ten Patent of the 8th of 
John 1207, memb. 2, in dorso, Littere iste liberate erant in cmniera Domtnt 
Kegis Kadulfo Parmentario apud Cranebum vi* die Aprilis, referring to 
Ixttem INitent of William Earl of I)evon, binding himself to paymentof bis 
whole debt to the King oci the feast of 8t, Michael in the ninth year of bts 
rrign ; and on the 12th of the tane moDth he was the sole witneas to two 


Leiters Close of the King at Reading. Of the third of May foUowing is a 
Letter Close to the sheriff of Southamptonshire, bidding him know that he 
had g^ven to Ralph Le Parmentier, his serjeant, the house which was that 
of Henry Buchard in Winchester, and commanding him to cause seisin 
thereof to be made to the messenger of Ralph, the bearer of these presents, 
and dated from Lambeth. The Roll of Letters Close of the 9th year of 
King John contains several entries as to the performance of his duties in 
attendanoe upon the King down to the month of April 1208, on the 7th 
day of which a Letter Close was sent to the Barons of the Exchequer from 
Gmldford through Ralph Le Parmentier. Of the regnal years in sucoes- 
rion up to ihe 14th year of King John there are no Rolls of Letters Close 
presenredy and from the foUowing entry on that Roll it would seem that he 
had died without issue in the interval : " Rex Hugoni de Nevilla, etc. 
Mandamus vobis quod statim visis litteris istis habere faciatis Willelmo 
Sdssori nostro domum cum pertinentiis que fuit Radulfi Parmentarii in 
Wintonia. Teste Rege apud Lameheth xvi die Maii (1212)." 

In the same year, before the expiration of the term of his mayoralty, 
Henry Fitz Aylwin, the first Lord Mayor of London, was deceased, 
and a successor chosen in the person of Roger Fitz Alan, as we leam from 
the Chronicle pnnted as the text of this publication by the Camden Society, 
page 4. When this event occurred William Aguillun had already made 
fine with the King for the custody and marriage of Joan, the grand- 
daughter and heiress of Henry Fitz Aylwin, widow of Ralph Le Parmentier, 
who after the death of her husband had been placed in the custody of 
WiUiam de Harcourt, Seneschal of William Marshal, Earl of Pembroke. 
On the Roll of Letters Patent of this fourteenth year of King John entry 
18 made as follows : <^ Rex Willehno de Harecurt, etc. Mandamus vobis 
qnod liberetis Willebno Aguillun Johannam que fuit uxor Radulfi le Par- 
mentier, qne est in custodia vestra. £t in hujus rei testimonio has litteras 
noetras patentes vobb mittimus. Teste Willehno Briwerre apud Westmo- 
nasterium v die Octobris.'' On the same day the King sent his Lettera 
Close with the same teste to the Mayor and Sheriffs of London, enjoining 
tfaem that immediately upon view of his letters they take into the King*s 
hand all the lands and rents, with their appurtenances, which Henry Fitz 
Aylwin, Ute Mayor of London, had in London on the day on which he died, 
and that they guard them well. " £t habere faciatis sine dilatione Willehno 

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A^illun ei Johmniie que fuit oxor Radulfi PannenUrii, rmtionabilem dotein 
ipsius Johanne, quam ei contingK de libero teneroento quod fuit ipsius Ra* 
dulfi, quondam viri fui, in Londoniis." Copies foUow on the Roll of Let* 
tent CMose to the Sheriff of Hertfordshire, conunanding him that he cmuae 
WilliAm Af^illun to have without deUy plenary seisin of all Unds in hii 
haili>%ick, with their appurtenances, of which Henry Fitz Ailwin, Uie Mayor 
of I^ndon, had been seised on the day on which he died, which hereditarily 
belong to Joan, who had been the wife of Ralph I^ Parmentier ; aUo to 
the Sheriff of Surrey in like form with this additional cUuse, ihat he cauie 
the same William to have plenary seisin of all the Unds with the appurteo- 
anct*s in his bailiwick, which the aforesaid Ralph had of the inheritance of 
the same Joan, and which were in the King's hands ; also to the Sheriff of 
Kent in like form, without the cUuse. It was also commanded to the 
Sheriff of Sussex that he cause William Aguillun to have without deUy 
ph*nar>' wWtn of all the Unds in hU bailiwick which Ralph Le Parmentier 
had of thc inheritance of Joan, who had been his wife, and then in the 
K infr's hancU ; and in like form was it written to the Sheriff of Norfolk and 

On another membrane of the same RoU we read, ^ Rex \lcecomiti Nor- 
folchie, <*tc. et custodibus excaetarum suarum in eodem Comitato, etc 
I^n>cipimus vobis quod facUtU habere WiUelmo Afruillun omnU catalU 
que fuenint in manu nontra m terra Radulfi Parmentarii in BallU vestra. 
Tcftte (t(alfndo) filio I^etri comite Essexie apud Westmonasterium v die 
No\i*mbnfi. Coram Daronibus de Scacrario." 

In tht* Aame form was it written to the Shonff of Surrey and to the 
Kei*\n*rn of the E^heats and to the Sheriff of Sussex. Th»' Und in NoHoUl 
whirh lielonged to Ralph I^ Parmentier in ri^ht of his wife had name 
Scrotfby, a parish in thc hundrrd uf Kast Flt^gpr* which at the tiroe of the 
•urvey in 1(^ wa« of the fief uf WillUm de Beaufoe, Bishop of Thetford, 
aod haiti bren held by his prrdecessors, Arfast and Almar. The grtLni o£ 
this m^uior to IWrtholomew de Cheney will have been subsequent to 1 165, 
l4 Hen. II., as this name U not mentiooed in the Carta of the Bishop of 
Norwirh of that date ; its subsequent tenure it thus s€*t down in that inva- 
luabU* reconl, the TesU de Ne\iII. under the headinfr* ** De escaetis et 
serjATitui tn Comitatu Norfolcie; Hundredum de Estflega. Domina Jo- 
haona que fuit uior Radulfi PrlUpahif est de donatiooe dooiioi Regis, et est 


nuLritata Willelmo Aguilun per dominum Regem Johannem, et valet terra 
saa in Scrouteby yii/t." The change in the name of Ralph Le Parmentier 
from Parmentarius to Pelliparius in this entrj identifies the trade of this 
citizen of London to be that of a merchant tailor, in supplying clothes or 
furs for the King's wearing, and the following Letter Close affords proof 
of his being so employed. 

<' Rex Baronibus, etc. Computate Reginaldo de Comhulle pro quinque 
penulis de bissis liberatis Radulfo Parmentario in festo Sancti Eadmundi ad 
opus nostrum, unde iiii^ erant de x fessis et una erat de xi fessis, viii^ mar- 
cas, scilicet pretium cujuslibet iiii^ penulorum de x fessis xx solidos, et 
precium iUius de xi fessis ij marcas. Pro sarpelaiio ad eos imponendum 
vi denarios. Pro cariagio xii denarios. Pro tribus coopertoriis de grisso 
Hberatis eidem Radulfo per Willelmum de Insula iiii^' libras. Pro cane- 
vacio ad iraponendum vi denarios. Pro duabus coopertorib de grisso 
liberatis eidem Radulfo in vigilia Sancti Andree per Willelmum hominem 
suum iiii^** marcas. Pro duabus fumiris de agnellis i marcam. Pro una 
penula de cuniculis ix solidos per eundem. Pro quatuor ulnis et dimidia 
de bumetta xv^. ixd. et obolum, scilicet ulna xlijc^. per eundem. Pro cane- 
vaciis et sarpellariis ad imponendum ijj. Pro duabus ulnis de griseing ad 
j bamidum faciendum Tnd. scilicet ulna xd. Pro cordis i}d» et obolum. 
Pro carriagio ij«. Pro j coopertorio de griso liberato Radulfo Parmentario 
apud Lameheth xU. Pro uno pellioeo de griso ad opus nostrum liberato 
eidem Radulfo per manum Willelmi Cissoris apud Lameheth die Sancti 
Vincentii xiiij solidos. Pro furruris de agnis vis. T(este) G(alfrido) de 
NoviUa Camerario apud Merlebergam iij die Februarii anno regni nostri 
nono. (3 Feb. 1208) Per Ricardum de Marisco." 

The cutter-up of the clothes, the Cissor, corresponding with the tailor 
in its ordinary acceptation, is evidently not identical with the term ^* Par- 
mentarius** or '< Pelliparius," and Du Cange errs in his explanation of the 
word, " Gallis, olim Paramentier, qui hodie Tailleur d*habits." The char- 
ter of Rannulph Earl of Chester granting to the monks of St. Werburgh 
at Chester a fair before the gate of the monastery, cited by this eminent 
glossographer, obviously places the " Parmentarius*' on a level with the 
merchant. " Quapropter prohibeo super amorem meum ut nec mercator, 
nec institor, nec permentarius, nec corvesarius, neo ullus minister volens 
vendere vel emere, non vendat nec emat aliquid alicubi nisi ibi quamdiu 


niiiMliiUD duravcrint ;" that it to say, neither the mercliant, the thopkeeper, 
the dealen in clothes and furs, or in thoea of Cordovan kather» were to 
huy or neU in Chester during thc fair hut there only, thoa diatingwiihiny 
the merchantfi from thc artizans who made the articles. Of the manort ia 
Surrry, Addinfrton, and of that in Sussex, Perching, mentioa has 
nittdt* above, as having belonged to Bartholomew de Cheney. Of the 
date, 5th Nov. 1212, are other Letters Close to the Sheriffa of Hertlbrd 
and Ki*nt, respecting the lands of Henry Fitz Aylwin, in this fbrm :— 

^ Kex Viceconiiti I lertfordie, ctc. Precipimi» tihi quod oDUiet tenraa 
unde Henricus filius Ailwini Major Londoniarum in Ballia tua faistiia laii 
anno et die quo obiit, unde Willelmus Aguillun hahuit taiirinam, eapiat in 
manum nostram exceptis tvrnn que pertinent ad dotem uxoris predicti M»» 
jorin. Teste ut nupra, {ter Willelmum Briwerre. Eodem modo tcrihitar 
Virecomiti Koncie. Data cadem.** These entries refer to the manor of 
Watton-at-Stone, com. Herts, and to Hoo manor, in the parish of Allhal* 
)ow!t, in the hundntl of the tiame name in KenU 

The name of the wife of Henry Fitz-Aylwin was Margaret, but her 
lineage is unknown ; thi^i fact we leam from other Lctters Cloee bearing 
date at Westniiniiter, 17 day of November following, before the Baront of 
the Firhe<)Ufr to the SherifT <if Hertford, the SherifTof Surrey, the Major 
and Sheriffii of I^nd(»n, and the Sheriff of Kent, commanding them thai 
withotit «iriay they cauM* Margaret, who had been the wtfe of Henrj Fits* 
AvUiii, late Mavor of I»ndon. to huve her reasonable dower, which was 
behm^inp to her of thi* Uiids and teneniont* «hich had been thote of tbe 
Mnir Henrv, late her bu«»lutncl, in thi-ir bailiwicks. 

Iii the fiilloviinfr year, l^h*), thi^ I^^tter Clo<e if> entered on the RoU : 
** Hfx (if .-ilfridM) filio Peiri roniiti K»M>iie, etc. Mandamus vohis qnod 
IuiInti' fariattti Alano, 'nionie, et Kiriirdo, filiis H<*nrici qoondam Majorit 
I^indoiiianim, (iane« Mia« de terri« qiiiu predictuti Henricus, pater eomm, 
rin de<ht iii Watton et K<le!i<i, Waliiit^*ham, lS«*peham, Kdelmetonm, et in 
I>>tid<iriii», Miundum teiion^m carte rjtiani halient de predicto Henricoi» 
patn* r<iniro, et nrrundum coiicef>*»ioiiem IVtri fratris eorum primogcniti» 
H ^' iii.diiin < onfimiationeni no»trani et nerumltim conitietudinem regnt 
no«tn Anfrlie. T(e«ti*) mi* ip«o apud IWchaniptona xv die Jtuiii. Ptr 
dominimi Vi «'trum ) Wintonieii«rro." 

llir pU<i« naiiMti an* Wattou-at-Stom*, cuin. Hert«, AUhallows* Hoo» 


com. Kent, Warlingham in ihe hundred of Tundridge, com. Sonrey, Bum« 
ham in the hundred of Woking in the same county, and Edmonton in 

On the Roll of Fmes of the fifteenth year of the reign of John, 12 14, is 
a mandate to the Barons of the Exchequer, that of the 800 marks which 
William Aguillun ought to have rendered at the instant term of St. Michael» 
in that jear, he have such respite, namelj, that at the same term he render 
to the lord the King 150 marks, and at Easter next following in the same 
year 150 marks, dated at Southwell, 4 day of Septemher. In the following 
year King John, on the day of the Purification of blessed Mary, embarked 
at Portsmouth, in company with the Queen, and within a few da^rs landed 
at Rochelle with a strong force, and during his stay at Partenay he ad* 
dressed the following Letter Close to Peter des Roches, Bishop of Win- 
chester, one of his vicegerents of the kingdom during his absence : — 

** Rex domino P(etro) Wintoniensi Episcopo, etc. Mandamus yobia 
qnod secundum recordum fidelium nostrorum, W(illelmi) comitis Arun* 
dellie et W^illekni) Briwerre quod ab eis factum fuit de convencione facta 
inter nos et Willehnum Aguillun de filia et herede Petri filii Henrici filii 
Eilwini Majoris Londoniarum et de terris et redditibus que fuerunt ejusdem 
Henrici, Majoris Londoniarum, eidem Willelmo sine dilatione plenariam 
saisinam habere faciatis de predictis terris, redditibus, et aliis que fuerunt 
predicti Henrici filii Eilwini tam infra civitatem Londoniarum quam extnu 
T(e8te) meipso apud Partenai ij die Septembris." 

Eling John retumed to England in the month of October, and was at 
Dartmouth on the 15th day of that month, in the sixteenth year of his 
r&gUj and was residing at the New Temple in London at the date of the 
following Letters Close 2nd of January, 1215, over which the word ^* Pa- 
tentes" is written on the RoU. 

'' Rex Vicecomitibus Kancie, Surreie, et Hertefordie salutem. Sdatis 
quod concessimus dilecto et fideli nostro Willelmo Aguillono quod quietus 
sit de omnibus placitis et querelis a festo Sancti Nicholai anno regpu nostri 
xvi^ usque in ij annos proximo sequentes de omnibus tenementis que fiierunt 
H(enrici) filii Aylwini quondam Majoris Londoniarum, que idem Willebnns 
habet in Balliviis vestris cum Johanna nepte ipsius Majoris Londoniarum 
per manum nostram per finem quem nobiscum fecit, et ideo vobis predpimus 


quod eundem Willelmuin usque ad tenmnuro predictum de oomibiis plachis 
et querplis quietum esse permittatis ; et in hujus rei, etc/ 

In thc* same vcar another Letter Close, marked '' Inquisitio,** wai iisued : 
*< Mandatum est Hoberto de Venuz quod si inquirere poterit per probos 
homines de partibus de (iretharo quod terra que fuit Radulfi de Ckre io 
(iretharo sit jus et hereditas Johanne uxoris Willelroi Aguillun, tunc eideai 
Willelmo et Johanne uxori ejus sine dilatione de predicta terra cum perti- 
nentiis plenariam saijinam habere faciat. T(e8te) Rege apud Wintoniam 
xiij dic Dc*cerobns." 

According to Matthew Paris a Williaro Agruillun was one of thoae wbo 
swore to obej the roandate of the twenty-five Barons chosen to be conaer» 
yators of Magna (*harta at Runniroede, between Staines and Windsor, oii 
the I5th day of Juncs 1215, and the following entry in the Patent Rolls ia 
conrlu^ive of thiA bcMng the ca««e, whc*re we rrad, ^ Willelrous AguiUon 
halM*t littcras d«* tvalvo conductu sine terroino in vcmiendo ad dominuro Regem 
et morando et n»redi»ndo." mith the date ** Apud Roflaro, xxviii die Octo- 
bnn/* in the saroc* yc*ar. llis rc*tum to his allegiance to his sovereign wma 
continuous up to the date of the I^ter (Mose <yf the Idth day of December, 
but then* can \fc little doubt that he again joined the Uarons. and was of 
their |Mirty up to the tinie of the acxession of Ilenry the Third. (>n tbe 
RoII (if the lA*ttc*ni Close of the fimt year of the ncrw n^ign, under tbe 
heading ** De revernim" is cme to the Sheriff of (iloucestershire in tbete 
tc*mi!c : ** S-ias qucMl Willelrou^ Afniillun venit ad fidc^ et ser>'iciuro nos- 
trum. Kt i<l4*o tibi pnH-ipimus qucxl ei nine dilatione talc*ro saisinam habere 
fsrias de oninibu« territ 9ui« nim pertiiM*iitii!i ituiii qualc*m inde habuit in 
prinripio gucrnp. Kt qiiia sigillum ncni habuimu« has littcras sigillo fidelis 
n<»«tri Coniitis W(illflnii) Man*«ralli fecimu» sigillari." I^tters in tbe 
sanie form «en* nrnt to tli«* Shc^rifT!! of Norfolk, Oxfonl, ScNithampton, and 
to the Mavor and Sbc^riffs of Ix>ndon. 

On thr Roll of Fines of the third vear of IIenr> III., A.D. 1:219, this 
mtr>' i* roadc* in n*Iation to the rlaim ad\anred previ<Ni« to the war to the 
manor of (in-aiham : ** Suhamtonia^ WilU*lmuA .•Vguillitn et Johanna uxor 
ejut dant domino R<*iri <liniidiam marram pn> halM*iido qiUMlam pone (*oram 
Justiciariit apud Wc-iitnioiiattc*num a die Sanrti .Mirha«*Ii!» in quinque sep- 
tmi a n as cootra Radulfum cie Clera de manrrio de (i retham cum pertinentiis. 


Habeant breve et mandatum est Vicecomiti Suhamtonie quod capiat securos 
plegios, etc T. H(uberto) de Burgo Justiciario apud Novum Templum 
LoDdoniarum xvii die Septembris." 

This suit was successful, and in the << Testa de Neviir* for the county 
of Southampton, under the heading << Feoda que tenentur de Comite War- 
renne in capite," we read, " Willelmus Agulon tenet Gretham de Comite 
Warrenne pro feodo militis de veteri feoffjBunento, et idem de Rege ; item de 
feodis que tenentur de Radulfo de Clera in Comitatu Suthhantonie." Be- 
fore the 6th day of June, 1222, Alan, son of the Mayor of London, was 
deceased without issue, and his land devolved upon William Aguillim in 
right of his wife, in Edmonton, com. Middlesex, as this record evinoes : 

" De quietancia. Rex Baronibus suis de Scaccario salutem. Quia dilec- 
tus et fidelis noster W^illehnus) Briwerre protestatus est coram H(uberto) 
de Burgo Justiciario nostro et vobis super scaccarium nostrum quod ipse 
per preceptum domini J(ohannis) Regis patris nostri recepit austurcum 
quem exigitis a Willehno Aguillun de fine quem Alanus filius Majoris 
fecit cum ipso domino J(ohanne) Rege patre nostro pro homagio suo capi- 
endo, vobis mandamus quod ipsum Willehnum de austurco illo quietum esse 
&ciatis. T(e8te) H(uberto), etc apud Westmonasterium v die Junii, per 
manum Stephani de Segrave." 

The foUowing entry is on the great Roll of the Exchequer, 18 Hen. III. 
1233-4 : " Surreia. WiUehnus Aguilon, qui habet heredem Bartholomei de 
Cheney in uxorem, debuit unam marcam de scutagio de Kery, sicut supra 
continetur, et xx^. de finibus et scutagiis, sicut continetur ibidem, et x«. de 
scutagio de Elveyn sicut continetur ibidem. Sed non debet summoneri : 
quia recognitum est per preceptum Regis coram Baronibus de Scaccario 
per sacramenta xii militum ejusdem comitatus, quod non debet servicium 
militare de terris quas tenet in hoc comitatu de hereditate dicti Bartho- 
lomei de Cheney in Adintone, sed serjanteriam, scilicet, inveniendi unum 
Cocum in coronatione Reg^s ad fiEiciendum cibum, qualem Senescallus pre- 
oeperit, in coquina Regis." 

By Letter Patent, bearing date at Westminster, 25th day of September, 
1241, King Henry lU. granted to Peter de Savoy the lands of John de 
Warren in Sussex and Surrey, and the honour of L'Aigle, with all its ap- 
purtenanoes, to support himself therewith in his service, during the royal 
pleasure, and during his tenure of these lands in Sussex, this entry was made 


of one of hifl fiefs in the ** TetU de Ne^ill.** '* Willehnus Agilon tesMi 
unum feoduxn militis in Percinges ;*' and helow we have ** heredes Baitho- 
lomei de Kaisneto tencnt in villa de Lewes de domino Rege, sed Dfscitur 
per quod senricium." 

In Surrey^ in the last-named Record, the tenure of Addington is thos 
noted : ^ Willelmus Afruilun tenet quandam terram in Ttlla de Adintoo per 
serjantiam faciendi hastias in coquina domini Regis die coronarioois sue, 
yel aliquis pro eo debet facere ferculum quoddam quod vocatur Girunt, et 
ti apponatur sa^na tunc vocatur Malpigemoun.** Afrain, in Buckingham* 
shire, we read CroAon, ^ Willelmus Aguilun dimidium feodum de feodo 
Willelmi de Say et ipse de Rege ;'* which manor, in the hundrrd of Cotslow, 
had been of the land of the Binhop of Lisietix, Gislebert Miminot, at the 
sunrey, and had continued in thc line of a famiW of that name until th« 
reign of Richard l^ when, bj marriagiN it was tninsfcrred to that of Say. 
In Hcrtfordshire wc read, ** Willclmus Agrulon tenct tn Watton per serri- 
cium invenicndi unum frarcioncm ciun arcu ct safrittis ad cxercitum domini 
Regis in Wallie.*' 

William Agnlon, the survivor of hit wife, of whoi«e inhcritance were the 
manors namcd above, was deceamcd beforc the drd dav of October, 1244» 
at wc lcam from this vntTy on thc Finc RolU of the 28th year of Henrj 
III. : ** Pro Robcrto A^nilun. Rcx Vicecomiti Surreie salutem. 8cias 
quod suscrpimus honutgium Roberti Aguilun, filii ct hcredis Willclmi Agvi* 
lun, de omnibus terris et tenementis que predictu«i Robertiu tenuit de oobis 
in capite, et securitatem nobis fecit de x libris per qtuu finem fccit cinn 
nobis pro relcvio stio. Et idi*o tibi prccipimus quod de omnibus terris et 
lencmentis, quc ftiemnt predicti Willelmi patris sui in l»aillia ttut, de qtiibiis 
seisitus fuit in diiminico suo ut de feodo dic qiui obiit, cidcm Roberto plenam 
seisinam habcrc (acias. Tcste meipso apud Westmonasicritmi iii* die Oc- 

Another entry n*Uuing to thi* sct of homairc occurs on the Rotultis Ori* 
ginalis of thc Mimc rcgiuil yrar of llcnr^- III. in thesc words: ** Rex crpit 
homtgium Roberli Agulun filii ct hcrevlis Willclmi Agulun de onmibus 
terhs et tcncmentis, qtie idem Robertus tcnuit de Rege in capite, et srcuri- 
tatem Rcgi frcit de dcccm libris pro relevio stio, ct sunt terre sue in coms* 
tatibos llertfordie et Suthhanionie.** Surrey and the two counties named 
are tiiierted in the margin. Notwithstaoding these evidences of succfasioo 


of Robert Aguilon to his father William Agiiilon, that eminent genealogist, 
Dugdale, writes as follows : << To this William succeeded anoiher William, 
who, in 42 Hen. III., received command to attend the King on Monday 
next preceding the feast of St. John Baptist, well fitted with horse and arms, 
to restrain the incursions of the Welch," citing *< Claus.42 Hen. III. in dorso, 
m. 11." This entry is found on Rot. Claus. 44 Hen. III. m. 11, in dorso, 
and regards Robert Aguilon, who held his manor of Watton-at-Stone bj 
this service ; nor is the error corrected, where other records are cited, but 
every act of Robert is ascribed to a second William Aguilon, and even the 
inquisition post mortem upon Robert Aguilon is ascribed to this imaginary 
Baron. In like manner, in his biography of his father, the same writer, 
after copying Matthew Paris, adds, *' Whereupon the King caused all his 
lands to be seized and given to Simon de Campo-Remigio, quoting Claus. 
17 Joh. m. 6. 5. On membrane 6 the name of Aguilun does not occur, 
but on membrane 5 we read, << Mandatum est Vicecomitibus Norfolcie et 
Suffolcie ' et Essexie,' quod facient habere Simoni de Campo Remigii totam 
terram que fuit Roberti Aguillun cum pertinentiis in balliva sua, quam do- 
minus Rex ei concessit. Apud Storteford xxx die Marcii.'* This entry 
has reference to a Robert Aguillon, son of William Aguillun, who had 
married Agatha, one of the daughters and coheiresses of Fulk de Beaufou, 
Lord of Hokewold and East Herling, com. Norfolk, and of Debenham in 
Suffolk, and of Borley in Essex. His heirs were four daughters, Agatha, 
Isabella, Johanna, and Margeria, of whom Adam de Kokefield, Lucas de 
Po^mings, Ralph Fitz Bemard, and Andrew de Sakevill, were respectively 
the heirs, as appears by a pleading of *' Quare Impedit,' for the advowson 
of the church of Hokewold, of Hillary Term, 7 Edw. UI. 1334. 

In or before ihe year 1257, 41 Hen. lU. Robert Aguilon married Joan 
de Mohun, one of the seven daughters of William de Ferrers, Earl of Derby, 
who succeeded to that title upon the decease of his feither, 22d September 
1247, by his first wife Sibilla, deceased in the lifetime of his father, who was 
sister of the Earls Marshal of Pembroke, and whose issue were heirs to 
that vast inheritance afler the decease of the five brothers without issue, who 
severally bore this title. Afterwards William de Ferrers, Earl of Derby, 
married Margaret, one of the daughters and coheirs of Roger de Quincy, 
Earl of Winchester, by whom he lefi issue two sons, Robert, his successor, 
and William, seated at Groby, com. Leioester. He was deceased 24tb 

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Man*h l^^.S^, at ETingrton, m*flr L^nceytrr, 38 Ilcn. IIIm and had aepuhun* 
in thi> alilx^y of Mfn^vah*, Ivavin^r hin wif«* »urvivin^ and his son a niinor. 
Mannin^t, Counti^'* of DitIiv, htMn*?*'! of (imbv, ^a» dpcoaned in thc ninth 
y«»iir of Kdwanl I., I2H1, havinir previmmly fnf(*ofli*<i William de Fcnrr». 
hcr iM-cond ton, in thc said manor. Thc 6\e hrothcnt, FarU Manihal, 5on.<« 
cif Williani Mar^hal, Karl of IVmhmkc, K(*)(cnt of thc Kiufrdom durinir thc* 
ininoritv of llcnr^ thc 'Iliinl, had nanM* Williaro, Richard, (iilbcrt, Waltcr, 
and Ai)M>lni ; and thcir fivc ^i^tcn* wcrc, Maudc, marn<*d to Ilufrh Bi(rot, 
Earl nf Norfolk, and aftcrward* to John dc Warrcn, Karl of Surrcv ; Joanna, 
to Warinc lic MunrhcnnT ; lioihclla, fir^tt to (iillicrt dc Clarc, Karl of (ilou- 
C(*i»tcr. nnd aftcmanU to Hichard Karl of Comwnll, and Kmpcror of (icr- 
maiiy and Kin^ of thc Konuin<« ; Syhilla, to Williani dc Fcrrcni, Karl of 
I>crhy ; and Kva wifc of William dc Hriouzc. William, thc cldcnt »on, 
marri(*<i firnt Alin*, <iautrhtcr of Haldwin dc l^*tiitic, Comtc (»f AumaU*, 
and I^ird (»f ll(»ld«'n)(*«<«c in rifrht of hin wif(\ in thc lifiiimc of hift fatht*r, 
and MTondlv Aliciioni, *i*tcr of Kinjr Hctirv thc Thini, and, dvinjr without 

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ioiM». ma* huric^i iii thc Ncw T«'inplc, at I«4mdon. I4th of April 1231, ncar 
th«* jrra^c (if hi» fath«'r. Kirhani, MT^Hid «m, «licd of hi^ wound^ in Itr- 
land (»11 thf lOth (Liy (»f April 12*M, aud (»n thc morrow wa» int4*rrt*d at 
Kilk«*nny in thc orati>ry of thc hrcthn^n of thc oni«»r of MinorN lcavtnjr no 
i«Mi«* h\ (i«T\-aMu hi* wif«». (iiUM*rt, thc third «on, kni(rht«*d ut WotT**j*tcr 
hy Kiinr II«*nrv in th«* F«*a»t of IVtiti-co^t, llth Junc followinir. tnarn«d 
fintt Matid (i«* Ijn\aI«*T. aiid M*(>(»ti(il%. in 12X>, Mar(ran*t, dau^htt*r of 
William atid «i<itcr of Alcianticr, Kin(r«(»f S*<itland. and dicd fnmi injuricA 
n*rci%«-d from a fall fnmi hit htjr^* at a t(NimanM*iit at Warc on ihc 27th 
of JuiH'. in thr «•\«*nin(r, at th«' prior\- of IIcrtf<»rd, wWncc thc ImxIv wa« 
c«»ii\«*)«*«i i«» I^»tidt»n, and inti^m^tl in thc N^-w T«*mplc. Waltt*r, thc fourth 
xMi, mam«*«i Manran«t, <ia(iirht«*r of Koltcrt d«* (^uinrv, widow of John dt» 
I^arv. I-^irl (»f Linroln. aii<i (dn«tahl«' of ('hc«t«'r, whc» aIiM> (ii<*d with(»ut 
tnfttK* 24th No\«tiilM'r 124.'>, at Ca.«tlc (i^Micrirh, U-a^inir hit widow iiur%i\iii|r, 
■nd «a.4 hiin4*d at T\ntcnH* Ahhw. AiiM^Itu, thc fiAh hn>th«*r. had lM*rn 
l}vtn\ of Sali<ihur\ ; hut wa« tuhMtiiM^ntlv tht* hu«l)and of Maiid. datiu'htcr 
of llumphn'\ <i«* H(»hun, K.irl <ff llcn^foni. 11«' (»utlivc4i hi.« hn>th«T (»nlv 
rlrvcn <lay*. )M*infr d^^cfawd <»n th«' fifth «»f I)«tfmU*r foUowinir, at Cht*{>«tuw. 
an«i wa« al««> int«'m*d at T\ntt*rtM*, l^m^iiifr no i^^ui*. Alienora, thc widow 
•f William Mamhall. Karl uf Pcnibn>kc, n-roarrird tdirr ht« dtTi-aM* thr 


famous Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester. At this time of the succes- 
sion devolving upon the surviving sisters, Maud and Isabella, the others 
being alreadj deceased, partition was made of this inheritance, valued at 
7600/t. Hugh Bigot, Earl of Norfolk, had the Earl Marshalship; and 
William de Valence, husband of Joan de Munchensy, whose brother, John 
de Muncheusy, had died without issue, had the earldom of Pembroke ; Gil- 
bert de Clare, Earl of Gloucester, had for the share of his wife 1520/i., 
whilst the seven coheirs of Sibilla de Ferrers had each 217/i. 2s, lO^J^. and 
ihe three coheirs of £va de Briouze had each 5061L ISs, Ad, Of the last 
named there was another coheir, Isabella, wife of David, son of Leweline 
Prince of Wales, as the following entries on the Fine Rolls of the SOth year 
of Henry III., 1246, prove. 

'' De castris et terris tenendis in manu Regis. Mandatum est Roberto 
Waleraund quod, non obstante mandato quod Rex ei fecit de terris et castris 
que fuerunt Walteri Marescalli quondam Comitis Penbrokie liberandis he- 
redibus ipsius Comitis, retineat in manu Regis castrum de Haverford et Ixv 
libratas xvi solidos et viii denarios terre in Haverford, que assignate sunt 
et pertinent ad portionem uxoris que fuit Davidis filii Lewelini quondam 
Principis Norwallie unius heredum prefati Comitis, que ad op^s Regis salvo 
custodiat donec aliud a Rege habuerit preceptum. T. Rege apud Oxoniam 
xxi die Julii. 

'* Eodem modo scribitur Walerano Teutonico de xxv libratis et xix de- 
nariatis terre in Karliun et Morg^ et xxv libratis et ix denariatis terre 
in uno vel in alio illorum maneriorum, et recompensationem ii mesuagiorum 
competencium ad opus ii filiarum Willelmi dc Ferrariis que sunt in custodia 
Regis, que assignate sunt et pertinent ad portionem uxoris que fuit predicti 
Davidis, retinenda in manu Regis.'' 

The daughters of William de Ferrers by Sibilla Marshal are enumerated 
in this order in the chronicles of the Abbey of Tintem, according to the 
extract made by Francis Thynne in the Cotton Manuscript Cleopatra C. iii. 
which is apparently of as late date as the reign of Henry the Sixth, and 
printed in the Monasticon by Dugdale. Agnes, the first daughter, was 
married to William de Vescy, of whom John de Vescy, issueless, and Wil- 
liam de Vescy, who had issue John de Vescy, who died before his father, 
and afterwards the said William de Vescy the faiher without heir of his 
body. Isabella Basset, second daughter, married to Reginald de Mohun 


(6e Montpmtnori, Moyon in Norinandy, a commune of the canion of Tetty, 
arrondiiiMmient of St, Lo, and deparUmient of La Manche), of whom William 
dv Mohun, and of him William de Mohun, without heir of hit hody. (>f 
the same Ue^nald and iMahella a dauf^hter, hy name Alianora, married to 
John fton of Nicholas de Carrrw, and Margaret her siHter, issuelets, and 
Maria, her tister, marrii*d to tJohn de Meriet, who died without heir of her 
hody. Matilda de Kyme, third dau^hter, married to Almaric de Roche- 
ehoturt (de Uupe Canardi), of whom Joanna de Vivonne (Vyvon), Cecilia 
de IWauchamp, SihilU, married to Almaric of Archiac in Saintonge ( Pi- 
fanni ). SihilU dt* Ik>hun, fourth daughter, of whom John de Bohun of 
Midhurst. (>f the Mme John, John. Joanna, fifth dauf^hter, married to 
John de Mohun, of whom John di* Mohun, of whom Jobn, of him John. 
Alianora, lixth daughter, was Countc^s of Winchester, and died issut*less. 
Afratha, «it*veiith dnu)rht4*r, was married to Ilufrh de Mortemer, Lord of 
C*ht*hiuirsh, who was son <if Halph de Mortimer, I^rd of Wi^ore, of 
whoni llufrh and .\fn^tha, John de Mortymer, who di<*d without heir of his 

hotlv. and Henrv Mortvnier, of whnm lluifh, of whom Ilenr>' de .Mortr- 

. • • • • 

mer. who marrii*d KlizAlteth, of whom Williani, llufrh, Jamrs, Edmund, 
Thoma^, Uojrer, who all di4*d is«ueless, and Johanna and .M.-inrarrt. In 
Vinct^nt up«)n Hnmkc there i* this citntrt fnmi thi* (\>mniunia a» 10 Kd- 
wanl II. tiTni. l*a«»rhe, n>t. 9 Suk*m'X : — ** I)e Sihilla uxore Willelmi de 
Frrrarii«, Coniiti4 I>frhir. pri»<n»ate fumint !M'pt«*m filit», <|ue «tucrrsserunt 
ei in hen*dit.itr «lui. vid4*Iif*«'t, .\^m*« priui«>p*iiita, que niip«it Willclmo de 
\'eM*y, I<«al>«'IlA, MtMinda fili.i, qiM* niip<it H«f;inaldt> dc Moun, Matildi«, 
tertia filia, qiie nii|>«»it Willflmo de Kymt*, po«tni(Ntiim WiII«*lmo de Vivoniis 
alio nomint* d«* Fortihu«, Sihilla, qiiarta filia, qiie nupitit Fninrt>ni tlc IV>hun. 
Johanna AiruiIIon. qiiinta filia. qiir )>ootmo<tum nup^it Johanni filio Uefri- 
naldi dc Moiin. pri>cr«*at«> dt* prima iiiort* i|>iiius H«*^naldi, Afratha, seita 
filia. qur niip«it lliiironi <1«* Mortuoniari, «-t .-Mianonu septinui filia. que 
nup»it Hi>(ri*n> dr (^uim-y. C«>tniti W\nt«>nie. qii«* «>hiit sint* li«*rt*tlt* «it* se rt 
tit*«r«*ti«i«'l>at h«*ntiitA« «lui AfrTi«*ti «l«* Vt^M-v et quin«|iie S4»r«>ril>us »ui» pre- 
srripti* " I)ti(«> aUo n'f«T» t«> thi« rer«»nl in the mAnrin uml«*r Ferrer», 
KArl <if I>«*rhv, vkith th«*««- ail«htii>n« : IviU-1 to («iU>«*rt Hao^tt «if Wvctimhe. 
rom. liii«-k«, Aiid aft«*niArd« to Ktvioald «l«* Mohiin : Aud KU^antira fimt t«> 
William «i«* \'AlIihu«. ««T^^ndly to Ho)rer «1«* (juincy, F-arl of Wmchester, aud 
|a*tlv to H«i|;«'r tir I^'vliun>t*. 


Alianora and Agatha were both unmanied and in the King*8 custodj at 
the time of the succession of the Earls Marshals devolving upon these co- 
heiresses ; but the former was married to William de Vallibus in the foUow- 
ing regnal jear of Henry III. without the King's licence, who made fine 
with the King for 200 marks for having seisin of the lands hereditarily be- 
longing to her the daughter of William de Ferrers, as one of the heirs of 
Walter Marshal, late Earl of Pembroke. In the same year the King con- 
ceded to William de Ferrers that of 800 marks by which he made fine with 
him because he had married Sibilla his daughter to Francus de Bohun with- 
out his assent and licence that the render should be 20/t. annually until the 
sum was paid. In the same year both William de Ferrers, Earl of Derby, 
and Agpies, his countess, were deceased, and their lands taken into the King's 
hands and committed to custody, as we leara from an entry on the Fine 
RoU, dated at Westminster 26th September 1247 ; and on the lOth of No- 
vember following the King took the homage of William de Ferrers of all 
the lands and tenements which had been those of Agpies, late Countess of 
Derby, of which the Castle of Chartley, com. Stafford, was the chief seat. 
The following entry on the Fine Roll of the d5th year of Henry III., 1251, 
under the heading, '< Pro beredibus W(alteri) Marescalli quondam Comitis 
Pembrochie, et pro Coraite Leycestrie et uxore ejus," is of importance as 
regards the date of the marriage of Robert Aguilon with Joanna de Mohun. 

*^ Mandatum est Baronibus de Scaccario quod in instanti crastino Sancti 
Johannis Baptiste diligenter intendant particioni faciende inter heredes 
W(alteri) Marescalli quondam Comitis Pembrochie de porcione singulos 
ipsorum contingente de cccc libris quas solvere debent per annum S(imoni) 
de Monteforti comiti Leicestrie et Alienore uxori ejus pro dote ipsius Alie- 
nore in Hybemie, unde sumus plegius, et eisdem heredibus respectum 
habere faciatis usque ad quindenam Sancti Michaelis proximo futuram de 
hoc quod Regi restat reddendum de arreragiis predictarum cccc librarum 
per annum ad Scaccarium Regis. Teste Rege apud Clarendonam xvi die 

William de Vallibus was already deceased before the fifth day of Decem- 
ber, 1252, and his widow having remarried Roger de Quincy, Earl of 
Winchester, without the licence and goodwill of the King, her lands were 
taken into the King*s hands and committed to custody up to the date of the 
following entry on the Fine Roll of the year following ; *' Memorandum 


quod Kogenis de Quincy comot Wintonie venit coram Refre apud >\lnde» 
■oram dio Vcnvrin proxima post feittum Sancti Ililarii et ibidem mitit te in 
miAericordiam Ucfo* de ccc mards pro transfrressione quam fecit ducendo io 
uxorem Alienoram, que fuit uxor Willelmi dc Vallibus, que fiiit de donaciooe 
Hegis, sinr licencia Re^s. £t postea Rex dr fn^tia sua reraisit ei predic- 
tas ccc marcas pro quinque marcis aurl. Postea solvit in ^rderoba Regia 
P(etro) Chac(*port et quiirtus e^t.'* In the same year Eudo la Zuche prof- 
fem to the King 150 marks for the marriage of Agatha, daughter of William 
de Frrrers, Karl of Derby* if the same earl should choose to givc him his 
asiient to the marriage : which it seems was refused, and she aAerwarda 
mArrie«i llugh de Mortemer. In 38 Ilen. III. 1254, William de Vescj 
b(*iiig d^Hreascd, extt*nt was made of his Unds, and the King on the :hid of 
Marrh afisigned to Agnos de VeiK^y the manors of Malton and LangtOD, 
with their appurtenancej^, in the county of Vork, and the manor of Tuggle 
in Northumb<*rland, in dower, paying out of the manor of Langton 7/«. xii«. 
to Petcr (i(* Sa\ov, to whoni the ctif^tcMiv of tht* other lands, which were 
thos4* of William dt* \'eicy, had U*en grantini to the tinie hi;* heirs should be 
of full agi*. ()n the fourth day of April fullowuig the King committcd to 
William di* Wvlton all the laiidn and t4'n(*m«*ntA which had bei*n those of 
William d«* F«*m*n« junior, Ut«* liUrl of IVrhy, with th«* castk*» and all their 
oth«'r appurti*tuin(^*4, to Ih* kcpt in hiit custody !io long a» it »houl(l be the 
royal ph^anun». 

()n th«* Fm«* Roll of 4*)ni Il(>n. III. thit^ entr}* prov«*4 William de Fortibus 
to hav«> Im*<*ti dt-ft^aMKi iii that ycar : ** (^iiia WilMmus d«* Fortibus diem 
cUuiiit «•xtn'tiium, mandatum e«t \'i(*ecomiti (*t Fi«caeton Sum*ie quod omnes 
t4*rra« rt t«*ii«*nM*nta (|U«* dr R(*gt* tenuit in capite et de aliis in balliva i^ua, 
capiant in manum R«*gis, et «*a »iue va<«to et di<»tnctione custiMiiant et per 
sacranMnittim, «*ic. u*rraji ilUs ««t ten«*fuenta extendi fatiant. KtMlem modo 
roantUtum t**t Vicercmiiti et E«ra«*tonbus SunM*nM*t t*t I>onM*t, «*t cum ctm- 
stiterit eis di* valore tt*rrarum que fuonint pntiicti Willelmi in liallU ntia 
mam*num de Skypttm Malt*t tradant MatiUii, qiM* fuit uxori pn*fati 
Will«*lmi. tenendum in (iiun*ntenani «uain qtiou»que (mt Regetn dotata fu«*nt. 
T(«*iite) R(«*ge) aptid Wc«tiiMmafit«*nuin x%i die Maii.** 

On tbe (in*at Rull of the Kxc)m*()u«t of the 44th ycar of Ilcn. III. tht^ 
srveral entrie^ txxrur in rrganl of the then existing htnn» of the EarU Mar* 
ahal. ** I«incolau : AgiK*« di* \ etcy una dt* filiabu» WiUclmi de Ferrahis 


comitis Derbie et una de heredibus W(alteri) comitis Marescalli xi marcas 
v#. yiud. de porcione ipsam contingente de denariis Regis debitis de dc. 
marcis quas Rex solvit per annum ad Scaccariiun pro heredibus Comitum 
Marescallorum Simoni de Mouteforti comiti Leicestrie et Alianore uxori 
sue sorori Regis pro dote sua de terris que fuerunt Willelmi comitis Mares- 
calli, quondam viri sui, in Ybemia, sicut continetur in memorandis anni xlv. 
£t cxxxvij marcas xxii denarios de xii annis preteritis. — Sumerset et Dorset. 
Heres Isabelle de Ferrariis, que fuit uxoris Reginaldi de Mohun, et una de 
heredibus W(alteri) comitis Marescalli xi marcas (ut supra). £t cxxxvij 
marcas xxii denarios de xii annis preteritis quando Rex incepit reddere 
predictos denarios ad Pascha, anno xxxii. — Sussexia. Franciscus de Bohun 
et Sibilla de Ferrariis uxor ejus una de heredibus W(alteri) comitis Mares- 
calli xi marcas (ut supra.)— Siunerset et Dorset. Robertus de Aguylon et 
Johanna uxorejus una de heredibus W(alteri) comitis Marescalli xi marcas 
V solidos viii denarios de porcione ipsam contingente de denariis Regis debitis 
de DC. marcis quas Rex solvit per annum ad Scaccarium pro heredibus 
Comitum Marescallorum Simoni de Monteforti comiti Leicestrie et Alienore 
sorori Regis pro dote sua de terris que fuerunt Willelmi comitis Mares- 
calli, quondam viri sui, in Ybemia, sicut continetur in memorandis anno xlv. 
£t cxxxvij marcas xxii denarios de xii annis preteritis. — ^Warwich' et Legre- 
cestria. Rogerus de Quincy comes Wyntonie, qui habuit in uxorem unam 
de filiabus Willebni de Ferrariis comitis Derbie et una de heredibus Walteri 
comitis Marescalli xi marcas (ut supra). £t cxxxvii marcas xxii denarios de 
xii annis preteritis quando Rex incepit reddere dictos denarios ad Pascha anno 
xxxiL — £s8exia et Hertfordia. Hugo de Mortuomari et Agatha uxor 
ejus una de heredibus W(alteri) comitis Marescalli xi marcas (ut supra). £t 
cxxxvii marcas xxii denarios de xii annis preteritis. On the same Roll 
are also similar entries as to William de Valentiis (Valence, chef-lieu of the 
Departement de la Drome), who had to wife the daughter of Warine de 
Munchensy, one of the heirs of Walter £arl Marshal in £ssex and Hert- 
ford, and of Humphrey de Bohun, who had to wife one of the daughters of 
William de Briouze, and one of the heirs of the £arls Marshal in the same 
counties, and of William de Cantilupe, who had to wife another of the 
daughters of William de Briouze and one of the heirs of Walter £arl Mar- 
shal, in Wiltshire ; as also the following entry in Lincolnshire : << Margareta 
comitissa Lincolnie, que fuit uxor Walteri comitis Marescalli, que plene 


doUta 04it in Miernia de terns dicti Marescalli, cc marcas de porcione ipMm 
cotitinfri'nte de denariij» Uegi debiti» etc. et M.Mxccc marcas de xii annia 

On the Fine Roll of the 46th year of Henry III. are two entries regmrd* 
ing these coheim ; one dated at \Vc»»tminster, I8th January, 1262, fn^ting 
to William la Zuche, his heirs and assigns, the marriage of the heirt of 
Isalx^lla, who had been the wife of Hcyinald de Mohun, for a fine of 200 
marks and the other at Merton, 16th of December, 1261, to the shenffof 
Sum*y, informing him that though the King had as^igned to Matilda de 
KvnM* reajionable dower of the lands of William de Fortibus, his tenant in 
capite, of his lands and tt>nements, upon condition of rendering up to the 
King the daughters and heirt of the same William, whose custody and 
marriafre was the King*s ri^ht, upon a certain day which had been ajwtgned 
to her, she had failed to ob?M»rve it ; wherefore this officer was enjotned 
to diJitniin the aforesaid Matilda bv her lands and chattels in his bailiwick, 
of which he was to account at the Fxche<]uer, to the surrender of the said 
heins »o that the King should have them ))efore the feast of SL Hillary 
next foUowing. On the Holl of the 60th Henry III. is this entry i — ** Hex 
Haronibus suis de Scacrario salutem. Sciatis quod in recompensaciooem 
cuju!ulam equi quain diU^ctu** et fidelis noster Hugo de Mortuo Mari nuper 
ami«it in servirio no««tro in obsidione castri de Kenillworth perdonavimus ei 
et A^rathe uxori cjus uni heredum Comitum Marescallorum quadragintn 
marcaji, in quibuii iidem Hugo ct Agatlia nobis tenentur ad Scaccarium 
nostnim de <lebiti<i Marescallorum pnnlictorum. £t ideo vobis mandamus 
quod preiijrtiM llugonera et Agatham de pmlictis quadraginta marcts 
quirto^i enM* farias. Teste Hege apud Kenillworth xxvi die Octobris,** 

HoU*n Aifuilun wa< an equally dc^vottHl loyalist as his brother-in-law, 
Hugh d«* MortimcT, and on the Patent Holl of the 49th year of Henry III. 
when the Itattle of I^nireii had endf*d in the capture of the Sovereign by th« 
rebi»l Simon de Muntfon, Earl of I^icester, are iuMTted under the beading 
** I>e securitate reciptenda a Hoberto Aguilun, inimico Simonis de Monte- 
fbrti," four I^ettem with the King's tiiite at Northampton, llthdayof 
April, 126o, severally addresied to Thomas Fita Thontas, .Mayor of I«on* 
don, Hobert Aguilon, and Master Thomas de I*iweleden« from which we 
leant that he had deferrrd taking the oath, which had been rpqtiirrd hy the 
rebels of thote who were suspected of adherenoe to thctr opponenta. 


** Rex dilectoet fideli suo Thome filio Thome, maiori Londoniarum,8alutem. 
Cumy sedata turbatione nuper habita in regno nostro, de consilio magna- 
torum nostrorum fuerit proyisum quod a nonnullis ejusdem regni sacramen- 
tum, quod vos non latet, nobis prestaretur, ac Robertus Aguiilun ad man* 
datum nostrum nobis sacramentum illud nondum prestiterit, de fidelitate 
vestra plene confidentes, vobis presentibus litteris nostris damus potestatem 
recipiendi a prefato Roberto, vice nostra, sacramentum predictum. £t ideo 
vobis mandamus quod sacramentum illud a prefato Roberto nomine nostro 
recipiatis, sicut predictum est. In cujus etc. Teste Rege apud Northamp. 
tonam xi die Aprilis. Per comitem Leicestrie et totum concilium.** 

*< Rex eidem Maiori salutem. Cum, sedata turbatione nuper habita in 
regpio, de consilio magnatum nostrorum fuerit provisum, quod a nonnullis 
ejusdem regni sacramentum, in forma quam magister Thomas de Piwelesdon 
vobis exponet de parte nostra, nobis prestaretur, et Robertus Ag^lun sacra- 
mentum illud hactenus prestare distulerit, ac, de concilio nostro predicto 
vobis per litteras nostras patentes, quas una cum presentibus vobis trans- 
mittimus, potestatem dedimus sacramentum illud ab eo recipiendi vice 
nostra, prout litteris predictis plenius continetur ; vobis mandamus quod, si 
prefatus Robertus sacramentum predictum coram vobis prestare recusaverit 
vel malitiose distulerit, tunc ipsum arestari et salvo custodiri faciatis, donec 
aliud a nobis inde receperitis in mandatis, et hoc nullatenus omittatis. Ad 
hec, quia prefatus Robertus per dilationem prestationis sacramenti predicti 
magis se nobis reddidit suspectum, volumus quod, prestito sacramento pre- 
dicto, bonam ab eo recipiatis seciuitatem super observatione sacramenti 
ejusdem, et etiam emendis competentibus nobis faciendis pro transgressione et 
contemptu nobia factis in premissis. Teste ut supra.'* 

** Rex eidem Roberto salutem. Cum, sedata turbatione nuper habita in 
r^pio nostro de consilio magnatum nostrorum provisum fuerit, quod a 
nonnullis ejusdem regni sacramentum, quod fortassis vos latere non credi- 
mus, nobis prestaretur, ac vos sacramentum illud hactenus prestare distu-< 
leritis, propter quod Maiori nostro Londoniarum mandavimus, quod sacra- 
mentum ve^trum a vobis recipiat vice nostra, vobis mandamus firmiter 
injungentes, quatenus in presentia dicti Maioris sacramentum illum sine 
difficultate prestetis in forma quam vobis injunget ex parte nostra, et hoc, 
sicut vos et vestra diligitis, nullatenus omittatis. Teste ut supra." 

CAMD. 80C. e 


** Kei Mafn«tro Thoroe do PiwGlesden talutcm. Tnmsrriptnm litteninim 
nontrAniin Maiori Londoniarum directarum vobis transmittimus presentibiis 
intercluHum, % (» ro^utc^ quatinus earum tenore plenius intellecio et veftim 
roediAnte industria, nefrotium iUud una cum prefato Maiore complealia, 
prout mA^n videritis expe<lire et prout aliis sacramentum illud injunxistiiv 
ita quod diligentiam vestram exinde mf*rito commendare debeamus. Teste 
ut supra." 

HoU^rt AfTuilun was a dweller within the city of I»ndon, in the roantioo 
which had dcMcnded to hini from hisancestor llcnrv Fita Avlwin, the firtt 
Mavor of I^ndon. on thc north sidc of the church and cemeterv of St. 
Swithin, iii Candlewick-stn*et, and to which the advowson cif that church 
was attach«Nl, o\cr aifainiit London Stone. The result of these commands 
is unknovm, and if Uobcrt Apiilun was arrested and imprisoncd at this 
timc, yct thc jflorious victor)' of Prince FUlward over the rebels at Evesham, 
on Tuciwiay thc fourth <if Au|nist followinfr. will have caused his reh*ase, 
as all thc pri.Mmers taken by the Kari of I^*icestrr and his accomplice» were 
U|M»n n4'W!» of tht» batth* furthwith M-t at liU»rty without ransfmi. ()n the 
othcr luiml, thc Ma\«»r of I^indon and Thoina«i dc Piwvle^ion were arre^trd 
at WindMir l»\ thc Kinjr» who dcliven*<I thcm to hi»» M»n, the Princi» Edward, 
bv whum th«*v were detaimHl in the Tumcr of NVind*or. On the I2th dav 
of Janiiarv. 1267, 51 II«*n. III. Hol»ert Aipivlon was witness to a mral 
chart«*r in favmir of the town of Wallin^rfonl, and on the Koll of I^ters 
Patcnt of that y<'ar thr fullowinjr jrrant *• pn» HoU*rto Agiiylon " i« enteird : — 
** H«*x oniniUM, &c, «ahit«*m. Sciati^ <)u<m1 pro diutino et laudabili ser* 
vitio quo<l dilcrtu» et fidi*li4 no«t«T HuU-rt Afruiton, qui d«» nobii» tenet in 
capit(\ nubi»» iin|»«'ndit, concei»Mmu*» ei pn» nobi* «i hcmiibn* no*tri« qu«»d si 
ip*«», aiitiHpuini hcnHic« «ui dc curpon* •lui pri»rn-ati ad hvittinuin etatero 
pcr\i*nerint, rontim^rit in fata conr«-<i«»re, i|»«e ante tuum di*cr*«um in sno 
tt*«tani«*ntn «ic ru*ti>«ii.\ «mniium terranim «'t trmiiwntonim »u<»nim ad ho« 
pi>rtin«'iituini d«* ()uiliu«4 unqut* t4-nel»antur, «iniilit«T f*t marita^ia herrduro 
pmlit turuni pn» "»ua \(»luntatc ordiiHi <t di«ponat, pr«Kit *ibi et hen*dibtts 
sui«» pniiicti* iiieliu^ vid«T»t fXpiHlin», ct n«»* vi ^«•nNlrfi n(»«*tri oniinartonero 
ct (ii«|K>Mtu»n(>ni illAtn ratain haltcmu» «'t a< r«'pt.iin. Kt «i fort«\ dirti^ heredi* 
bu« infra «i.itcni (*xiMrntibu<i, pn*fatu4 H(»U»rtu4 «bf^^^dcn» conti;ri'rit, nulla 
|M-r ip-itin tai ta oriitu.iri<>it«> ct a««»iy^nationc d<* cu«todia ct maritafrii* pre* 
dii-tt«. \oIunkUs ct con<c<iimus qiKxl dicti hcnxk*» «ui dinc im{»etratt<4ie n<^tri 


vel heredum ttostronim habeant custodiam omnium terrarum et tenemento- 
rum predictorum usque ad suam legittimam etatem una cum maritagiis eo- 
rundem, salva tamen nobis et heredibus nostris servicia nobis debita de terris 
et tenementis predictis et homagiis dictorum heredum cum ad plenara etatem 
pervenerint. In cujus, &c. Teste Rege apud Oxoniam xxiii die Octobris." 

At the time of this grant Robert Aguylon was a widower, as we leam 
from the following entries on the Plea Rolls of Michaelmas Term, in the 
51st year of the reign of Henry, son of King John, under the heading, 
" Placita coram Rege a die Sancti Michaelis in tres septimanas," eleventh 
raembrane : — 

" Hibemia. r Convenit inter Agnetera de Vescy in legali viduitate sua ex 
Ebomra. l una parte et Robertura Aguilun et Johannara de Mohun 
uxorera ejus ex altera, videlicet, quod dicta Agnes concessit pro se et here- 
dibus suis predictis Roberto et Johanne et heredibus ipsius Johanne vel 
suis assignatis reddere annuatira tota vita Margarete Coraitisse Liucolnie 
decera libras sterlingomra ad duos terrainos anni, scilicet, centura solidos in 
octabas Sancti MichaeUs et centura solidos in octabas Pasche, apud Novum 
Templum Londoniamm testiraonio Magistri vel fratmra ejusdera domus, 
scilicet, pro raolendino de Kildare quod predicta Johanna habuit in exchara- 
biura pro decem libratis terre que accident eidem Johanne de Mohun in 
villa de Karlion in sua purparte de hereditate Walteri Marescalli quondam 
Comitis Penbrok et de quo molendino dicta Comitissa Lincolnie est dotata, 
ita vero quod post decessum dicte Comitisse dictum raolendinura cura per- 
tinentiis predictis Roberto et Johanne et heredibus ipsius Johanne, &c. 
sine aUqua contradictione predicte Agnetis et heredum suomm integre et 
hereditarie revertetur inperpetuum. £t tunc iraposterum predicta Agnes et 
et heredes sui quiete permaneant a predicta solucione decera Ubramra pre* 
dictis Roberto et Johanne et heredibus ipsius Johanne vel suis assignatis 
facienda iraperpetuura. Et si ita contingat quod predicta Agnes et heredes 
sui vel assignati sui de ipsa solucione facienda ad dictos terrainos in aUquo 
cessarerint, predicta Agnes obUgat se et heredes suos vel suos assignatos 
distringendura per dorainura Regem vel per balUvos suos quoscumque pre- 
dicti Robertus et Johanna et heredes ipsius Johanne voluerint eUgere ad 
hanc districtionem faciendam per oranes terras suas in AngUa et VValUa, et 
per omnia bona sua raobiUa et iramobiUa, quousque predicta Agnes et he- 
redes sui vel sui assignati satisfecerint predicto Roberto et Johanne et be- 


mlibui ip^ius Johannc, &c. de principali dcbito et de omnibus ezpeDtis ct 
dampniii quc predicti Robertus ct JohannA et heredes ejusdem Johanne sat- 
tinm*rint occasionc dictc pecunie, ut prrdictiun est, non solute per inquisi* 
tioncro ct con»idcrationem bonorum et lcfiralium hominum. Et sciendum 
ent quoii pmt dccessum dicte Comitisse quando dictum roolendinum cmn 
pertinentiis revertcrct pnniicto Robcrto ct Johanne et heredibus ipniua 
Johannc v«*l Huis amijpiati^, tunc »i cxtcnta dicti molendini eioedat decem 
libras |)cr cxt4*ntam quc facta fuit per prcceptum Domini Rc|ri^ Mcut conti* 
netur in rotulis dicti RcfriK dc prcdic ta cxti*nta quando participatio facta 
fuit intiT hcn»<ic» dicti Marpjtcalli, pmiicti Robc^rtus ct Johanna et heredes 
ip^ius Johanne id quod Mupcrfui*rit de dcccm libris secundum predictam 
extentam predictc Agrncti (*t heivdibus sui» anniiatim pcr manus suas 
n*4titucrint ct nolvcnt ad tcrminos predictofl, scilicet, medietatem ad octabaa 
Sancti >f ichaclin ct aliam nMHiictatcro ad octabaM I^ische. lYedicti insuper 
Robcrtu** ct Johanna n*miM*runt t-t quictuni clanuivenjnt pro sc ct heredibua 
dictc Johantic pnniicti* Afrncti ct hcnHiibuK suis impcqietuum totum jusei 
clamium qucMi hat»ucrunt vcl ali(|uo mfxio hab4*re potuerint in decem libratis 
tiTfc |»n*dirtc Johanne ajk«i«:i)ati<4 in |iartici|)ationc hcrcditatis dicti Mareiu 
calli infra nmncrium dicic Af^etis dc Karlyun. Kt ad majorem sc<-uritatem 
anil>c |»Arti*« ctiidam scripto intcr cos ad modum cyrojrraphi ccmfecto si- 
gilla «iia, ctc. ««Tundum quod plcniu« contimiur in c»odcm scripto. 

** KUinmi. Afrnc*» dc Vwcy attarhiata fuit ad n»iipondendum Roberto 
AiruyUm dc» pUrito quan*. cuui intcr i{>^m Ajnwtcm.unam hcrcdcm (^omitnm 
.Mxtn*«c halU»nm), vt ip«um Rob(*rtuni ct Johannam, quondam uxorcm ejusdem 
Rt>U*rh, rt altcmm hcnnifm ('omitum pn-dictonim, dudum convcnc^t qood 
ntolmdiim dc K\Uiarc qu«» fiu*nint d** hcn*ditati* pn*dictonim MarcM»llorum 
t*t qiic Mar)>ta quondam (*omiti^<ki Lincolnic nu|)cr dt^functa tmuit in 
dotrm, n-\«Tti (UlM*n*nt ciMicm RolnTto ct Johannc pcwt dccc«»um prefete 
Comiti-^v iii pur]iart«* ip-^Iu* .loh.iiin(> i{>«am c«>ntinjrcnt«» dc hcn»ditate pre- 
dicta, «init (*(>n« dttnino R«-/i {>cr inik{M*cti«»tH'm n>tulonim can<*ellarie soe, 
caii««m Airui^H f^tatim {M>-t inortcni {»n'fat«' Comiti*!»*» intni«it »c in molendina 
{>r<*iiirt.i «t (A adhiir (jctintt. {>ro|>t«*r qiiod dotninus Rct nu{M*r ei mandavit 
qu'»*i m(»!i-niiin.i ill.i {>r(*fat(» HoU^rtf» n^^ititurn* juxta convcnc^onrm pre- 
di«fim. Aini«'« \«-nit ««t in n»i««'ri«-oniia {iro pluribu«t dcfaltis. Postea eoo- 
cor<!aii •nnt {mt lirctn iam, 1 1 «-«t concordia tali'*, quod {tnHlicta .\|rncs 
n«»«irit {>rrdicta niolcfi«lina curo pcrtincntiis esse jus ipsius Roberti 


purportum scripti ipsius Agnetis, quod idem Robertus inde habet, et illa ei 
reddidit in curia in forma que continetur in scripto predicto superius scripto. 
£t Robertus se tenet inde contentus, et concessit quod si predicta molendina 
plus yaleant quam valuerunt quando extensa fuerunt, predictus Robertus 
concessit quod reddet siogulis annis predicte Agneti superplus valoris pre« 
dicte extente, scilicet, medietatem ad festum Sancti Michaelis et aliam me- 
dietatem ad Pascha, et cetera sicut plenius continetur in scripto predicto. 
Ideo mandatum est domino Edwardo et Justiciario Hibemie per dominum 
Regem quod faciant predicto Roberto habere sebinam de predictis molen- 
dinis, sicut predictum est. Postea mandavit Dominus Rex per predictum 
Robertum quod ipse remisit predicte Agneti misericordiam. £t Robertus 
remisit ei predicta arreragia decem librarum, etc." 

From this important record we are able to correct the singular blunders 
of former g^ealogists, and, as being contemporary, it far outweighs the mis- 
statements of the later pleadings. Johanna de Mohun was the widow of 
John de Mohun, who died in his fathers lifetime, leaving a son and heir of 
the same name, who succeeded to his grandfather, Reginald de Mohun, Lord 
of Dunster, deceased 20th Jan., 41 Hen. IIL, 1257, and a second son, 
named Robert de Mohun. In the volume of Parliamentary writs and writs 
of military sunmions of the time of £dward I. during the fiflh year of his 
reign, 20th Nov. 1276— 20th Nov. 1277, p. 202. '*Somerset. West 
Wallia. Johannes de Mohun recognoscit servicium iii feodorum militis pro 
terris que fuerunt Reginaldi de Mohun avi sui et recognoscit quod debet 
Regi servicium sexte partis servicii quinte partis de hereditate Mareschal- 
lorum et quintam partem servicii quod Willelmus de Briwerre debuit, set 
quantum ignorat jier se ipsum, Robertum fratrem ejus et per Thomam du Pyn 
milites." The writs of ** Diem clausit extremum," issued upon the death of 
this Johnde Mohun, are tested at Windsor, 14th July, 7 £dw. I., 1279, and 
by the inquisitions taken thereon it was found that John de Mohun, his son 
and heir, was then of the age of ten years or thereabouts. The name of his 
wife was AUenora, and the several fiefs which were assigned to her in dower 
in the counties of Somerset and Dorset are specified in the same record. 
The service of his mother's share of the inheritance of the £arls Marshala 
had been increased to a sixth part bj reason of the death of Alianora, Coun- 
tess of Winchester, without issue, in the 2nd of £dward the First, when 
William de Leybome had livery of the manors which had been held by her 


in dowcr of the inheriUnce of Roger de Leybome, her third hiiib«nd, de- 
ccamhI 56 llen. III., 1272. Alice, the mother of Ke|nnAld de Mohun, wai 
a daiighter and coheir of Williaro Briwerre. In his account of thii family 
Duf^dale hat entirt*ly omitted one ^ncTation of the family of Mohun, and 
marriet the ipiuidion, who d'u*d 7 Edw. I., to Joanna the daug^hter of 8tr 
Refrinald Fitapier», citing CUuii. 36 Hen. III. m. I7,for the name, and an 
old roanunrript peneti Willelroum Mohun, equ. aur. an» 1583, for her pa- 
rentagi*. He then adds, **and died in Gancoigne upon Sundaj the feast 
day of St. Ilamabaji the .\|>ojitle, 7 VAm, I., 1279, leaving John hii son and 
heir teii years of A|re, and .\lianora his wtfe sur> iving, who had for a dowry 
twenty^fieven knight*s fees and a ninth part in the counties of SomeneC, 
Donet, and I>4'von." Th«* death of John de Mohun in Gascony it taken 
froro a fn'nealo;ry of this faroily, as deiicendt*d of .\liria, fourth of the datigh- 
tem and heim of Williaro Briwerre, in the nTn?*ter of the Abbey of Sibtun, 
and priiiti**! in the MonaAtiron und(*r Newenharo Abbey, coro. Deroo, 
founded by R(*fri>tAld de Mohun, in the roanor of .\iroiniiter, on the »ixth daj 
of Januar)', 1245, when that day fell on a Sunday, where we rcad, ^ Qui 
•upradirtu!* H(*ginaldus de Mohun habuit dua5 uxores, srilict-t, llawysiamde 
Mohun et lM)M>llani Ba4M*t, et in dicta Hawyf»ia prucrra%it unuro filiitm, 
noniim* Johannem, hi^n-fUMU ipiiius. Qui Johannes predictus in Ga»conia 
mori«*l>atiir ; ruju< rarpmi jarct coram nu^rno altare inter sepulcrum Hefn* 
naldi dc Mohun ct Willclmi de Mohiin domini de Moun-(>terv et de Newe- 
hani ; coq>'u ^cro apiid Brcwttin. (^ui JohaniUM de Mohun secundus haliutt 
unum tilium h«>mli m nominc Johiiniicni, (|ui Johanneti rocxio tertius fuit tn 
nistodia doiiiini H(-};i4 in t4*ni|>ore ()Uo ju«»tiriarii doroini Heg^ isitinerantes tn 
l)«*V(»uia ii4*d(*niiit." In the M(ma)»tic(m rorput i«* a niif»priiit fur rort as ap- 
peam by what tollow», und«T the headinfr. ** Corpora ifitorum qui jacent hu- 
inata (Htram ma{:no altan* (k* Nywcham," \fthcn* we n*ad, ** Item juxta illum 
(i. e. H(*t;inaldum di* Mohun. priiiri)>al(*m fiiiKUton^m ) in sinittra |>arte sub 
pana |)i*tra jac«*t cor Johanni« d«* Mohun, filii et lM*redis dicti Regiiuldi, el 
riu« corpu« jarct apud Brrwton." In the 6fth of Kdw. I., 1277, oti occastoo 
of the ex)iedition afpiin^t I^nrelm Prince of Wak*)», muster liefore the Coo- 
ftableand Karl .Marshal at Worcester on ei|rht days of St. John the Bapttfd, 
Hobi*rt .\)ruillon acknowledgr^ the ser%ict* of half a kni|rht's fee for troe-> 
mentB in I)onit*t held by the courtniy of Eufrland, and makea fine for thm 
tunr, tbry bctng of tbe titbehtaiice of Joan cie Mohun, hia firat wtfet oi mhtm 


he had had issue born ; but prior to his decease the only survivor was a 
daughter, Isabella, then married to Hugh, Lord Bardolf of Wirmegay, com. 
Norf. as will appear bj the sequel. 

On the Roll of Letters Patent of the fiay-third year of Henry III., 1269, 
is this entry : " Pro Roberto Aguilon. Rex omnibus, &c. salutem. Cum 
nuper ratione matrimonii inter dilectum et fidelem nostrum Robertum 
Aguillon et dilectam nobis Margaretam Comitissam Insule, uxorem suam, 
contrahendi et pro fideli et laudabili servitio quod idem Robertus Aguillon 
tam in terapore turbationis habite in regno nostro quam pacis nobis impendit, 
concesserimus providere eidem in ducentis libratis terre, hiuc in parte satis- 
factionis concessionis nostre predicte concessimus ei custodiam terrarum et 
heredum Ricardi de Plaiz nuper defuncti, qui de nobis tenuit in capite, 
habendam et tenendam eidem Roberto et assignatis suis cum feodis militum, 
advocacionibus ecclesiarum, cum acciderint, et omnibus aliis que hujusmodi 
custodibus cum custodia accidere poterunt vel pertinere, usque ad legittimam 
etatem heredum predictorum, una cum maritagiis eorum sine disparagatione ; 
ita tamen quod si terre et tenementa predicte valorem concessionis nostre 
predicte non attingant, tunc eidem Roberto de eo quod eidem defuerit, alibi 
satisfaciemus. £t si valorem ejusdem concessionis excedant, tunc id quod 
inde superfuerit nobis remaneat. In cujus rei testimonium has litteras 
nostras fieri fecimas patentes. Teste Rege apud Wyntoniam xiii die Junii. 
£t mandatum est Johanni le Moyne, £scaetori citra Trentam, quod sine 
dilatione faciat habere eidem Roberto plenam seisinam de custodia predicta 
cum pertinentiis in forma predicta, et facta legali extenta de valore terrarum 
et tenementorum predictorum quod R^em de eadem valore quam citius 

Richard de Plaiz, one of the coheirs of Ricbard de Montfichet, of Stan- 
stead, com. £ssex, his uncle, who did homage for Okeley Magna and other 
lands in £ssex, parcel of the barony of Montfichet, on the 12th May, 52 
Hen. III. 1268, was deceased the following year, leaving an infant heir, 
Ralph de Playz, aged nine years, in 3 £dw. I., being then in ward to Robert 
Aguilon. His patemal inheritance was the manor of Witing, com. Norf. 
held of the £arls Warren, together with other manors in Sussex held of 
their barony of Lewes. Margaret, Countess of Devon and of the Isle of 
Wight, was a daughter of Thomas Comte of Savoy, and sister of Beatrix, 
wife of Raymond-Berenger Comte of Provence, mother of Alienora wife of 


Kiii^llenn'lll.; c9poii»edfirstto IIeniian,Comteof Hil>ourg,io Junc 1218,* 
and iM*condly in 41 Ileo. II I^ 1:^7, to Ikildwin, Earl of Devon and of the 
IiiUs the Inst heir male of the illu»tnouii family of dc Ucviert, wbo in Julj 
1262 die«l by poison (tof^etber with Kichard, Earl of (iloucester, Ingelram 
de Percy, and some otbers of the King's hou»ehold,) eatcn at the table of 
PcttT de Savoy, bis wifc*s brotber, without sur^iving issuc, lcaving a sister» 
then the wife of William di* Tortibus, Comte of Aumale and Lord of 
Iloldemesse, to inberit bis bonours.f wbo assumed the style of Countets of 

* llrmuui. CoiuU* of RiltourK, wm dcr> — ed withoot imu^ at tbe time wben Richftrd, 
hjui of CV>ni«ail, waa Kmperor of (l«rmASij, who b«Btow<pd hi« Micccwion apoo PHcr, 
Comtr i4 HavuT, m to all «htrh wm hrld of the Empin*. The eltfctioa of Rirhafd, l^jMrl 
of (*urawall, wm MM>nt4Hj tu hj bim oa tbi» fmat uf the llol; InnorentA, 'J^^tb l>tv. l'ii^«S, 
in the rh«pel of St. St4rt»hen in Wntminttrr l»efon> the King and hiii rounril, aod in the 
follo«tng ^ear Mar|C»rrt dr Savov «m roarried to IWldwin. Earl of IVroo aod of tbe 
i«le. The «(»rU of Matthew Parii are m foUowt : ** Boldewiou» de Riporik, Ilwnioo 
Reicina procurantr, qujintUm alieniKenam durit in uxorem, Hoboudienaem, ipuot ReKtMO 
rooMioiptinram. Ad i|«um veru lUlduinum tprctAt ComitAtui Uevuniar ; et ue di»tim 
de«oUuntur noliile* puMrwionr» et hjrretlitate* AnKliran» sd alirniKrnaii. <^uod ■rir» 
Dolunt vel di*umuUnt AnKliri putilUninir» ; <|uorum iinuivam rt mjpinAnt Mmplirttotem 
WalltniMi ■CrrnuitM rr|>n*hrndit.** In the foUowinK vror Th(»mM. Cunitr of F*UA<ler«, 
mme t« KnjcUnd. ArrordtnK tu the tome biatonan : ** Ad qoindenam vert» PMrlue, woit 
Tli4»nuM r«»m«w ({uomUm FUndri», lA^odooii*, loArmus vectiu in lertira, liltemtiu aeomwt 
T«anueoiiam. pro i|ua ItliemtHtne mefroUjm A«teoae* mulU prcuou tuot redempCi. 
Res rotm Fnuirurum, mti prtitiunrm P«po*. mult4« r«>runi cepit et ftd miempUooeoi 
eoorrtjivit ; duncr di«-tui ThumM Itlier io Anffliam rv«lin-t. Silulfrni muorrm rerr|i(uroft.** 
Tb«jauMi. C*4mitr itf KUndrrt in n^ht uf hie «ifr Juftn. »aa •rron<l mfn uf ThumM, Comte ci 
fU«ut. wbu diril 'i(»tb Jan. Vi^^, and bnjtber uf Manr»rH. (*«ninte» uf iVruo. Ilte 
derrMT tn KngUnd t* MMffnr«| tu tbe neit yrmr (Ti^lM I»} tliui rontempormrj bMlorios. 

t lUldoin de Kr«ier«, tbr UaC Korl of 1 >r « on uf ibM UmtU, wm bom ln J«a. 1335, 
orrunltnic t<> thf lkM>k df Tr»lir»l»ur7r. ** AmirtA, Alu («tllMTti rtiniitwdr CUre. |trprnt Almai 
lUldwtnud* Ki|ttnudum mtlbur rmrt m ru«t<MltA. in nuctr CirrumriM«mi» iVimini, noauoe 
lUl«lwinum ; ** M aU«» t»«» lUuKbtrr». iMtelU. Ixim a'*. 1237. «ifr of WtlliMn de Ki«tib««, 
Cottte tif AumAlr. and MArxmrrt. • non at Ijtrtwk. Tbi« i*n, basl«nd ol Mmnfknt, 
wbuo lirnultr Mid Cl«w«rUn«l and ibr r«lit<»r« uf l/Art de VertHer le« lUtco onnmlj 
oome A«iria, died tn TJ^J. Arr<»nlinK to the rbnmirlee of (iloucreCer, Boldwtoae 4« 
loMiU, ('«m^ra l>r%imie. nr|M« Rji^hanli. CumiiM («luur-retno». ubiiL Tbe «nt« of Ihmm 
cUuMt estremum tu Willtam de Wr«l«md, r««<brot«»r uf tbe Kinff citm Trentom. Afr doled 
opod Tamm Umdonurum &itt die Jolti. anou rrffpi n«w(n xUti, 19tb Jolj, 1263, bot 
Ibr in«|oiut»<m* *fe «i| rorlMrr «Ute. Tbe jur; tn the ruunty a| I>evoo fbaod thol he hoM 
Pljmploo otth tlM oppttfUrooacoi, o»d ihot it mm oocth Ixh. por OMiUi ia oil 


Devon and Lady of the Isle in addition to the title of Aumale, and died 
21 Edw. I. 1293, haying survived all her issue. After the death of her 
second hushand, assignation of her dower was made to his widow by the 
King of ihese manors, namely Newnham, com. Oxon. of the inheritance 
of Margaret de Reviers, named above, grandmother of the deceased Earl ; 
Pyshoo, in Sawbridgeworth, com. Herts ; Faukeshall, alias South Lambeth, 
now corniptly Vauxhall, com. Surrey ; Christchurch, com. Hants, with 
Freshwater and Wroxhall, in the Isle of Wight ; together with knight's fees 
in the counties of Oxford, Berkshire, Northampton, Bedford, Hertford, 
Cambridge, Norfolk, Suffolk, Kent, and Essex, and the advowsons of the 
churches of Honiton, Buckland, and Walkhampton, in Devonshire. On 
the Roll of the Pleas before the Lord the King in the octaves of St. 
Michael, 51 Hen. III. 1266, Isabella de Fortibus, Countess of Aumale, 
was siunmoned to answer to Margaret de Reviers, Countess of Devon, 
of a plea, wherefore, when the Lord the King long since after the de- 
cease of Baldwin de Reviers, Earl of Devon, late the husband of the 
same Margaret, who held of the Lord the King in capite, to whom 
the custody of the lands and heirs of the same Baldwin belonged, had 
caused to be assigned to the aforesaid Margaret of all the lands and tene- 
ments, fiefs of knights, and advowsons of churches, which had been ihose 
of the aforesaid Baldwin, through a certain and true extent thereof made by 
the precept of the same Lord the King, the reasonable dower of her the 
said Margaret as is the custom, the aforesaid Isabella had deforced her of 
the several knight's fees and advowsons comprised in the assignment, to the 
manifest loss of her the said Margaret ; and therefore the aforesaid Mar- 

with Honiton, Columpton, Bickleigh, BuckUnd, mnd Walkhampton, with their mppurte* 
nmnces, which were worth yemrly xx*' ^t. held of the Lord the King in cmpite, but they knew 
not by whmt ■ervioe, mnd thmt his nemrest heir was lambellm, Ck>unte88 of Aummle, mfter the 
decemae of the Km of the tmme Bmldwin. The Jury in the county of Surrey found thmt 
Bmldwin de Inralm, Imte Emrl of Devon, held on the dmy he died of the Lord the King in 
empite in thmt county the mmnor of South Lmmbeth, with its members, Stremthmm mnd 
Mitchmm, worth in mll iflsues xx li, xvut. rid., mnd they amy thmt iBmbeUm de Fortibui, 
Countees of Aummle, \» the nemreet heir of the smid Bmldwin de Insulm, mnd is of the mge of 
twenty-fltre yemrs, whioh inquiaition wam tmken on the morrow of Pmlm Sundmy, 47th 
Heniy III. 26th Mmrch, 1263. A1m> the JurorB of Hertfordshire for the mmnor of Smw- 
bridgeworth ny thmt hii sister was of the mge of twenty-four yemn or more. The nmme of 
thim son waa John, who died in his infuicy in Frmnce. Bmldwin of the Isle, the last Emrl 
of DeTon of this line, hmd interment mt Bromere, mn Aostin priory, com. Hmnts, 

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gaiTt, by ber attorney, complain» and decUrpfl that vhe has suflcrpd dHri« 
inrnt to the value of one hundred markii. And Itabella, throu^rh Marthi 
de (*ampo Florido, her attomey, confltituted in the pre«ence of Robert the 
Falconer, who had been sent by the aforemiid Kinfr to nee whom the afore- 
•aid Countefs would choo«e to be her attomey in the aforesaid 9uitfi, came, 
and the |Hirtief were bmught to concord by licence of the I^rd the King aC 
the instance of the Lady the Que(*n. ** Et ettt concordia tali» quod predktm 
I«abi*lla pcT predictum attomatum suum conceysit pre<licte Margarete quod 
ipaa habeat onmia fi*oda militum H advocacionet ecclesiarum tecundum quod 
Doniinus Kex ei assi|mAri ft*cit, eic(*pta advocatione ecclesie de Honytooa, 
tenenda in dotem tota vita ipsius Margarete, salvo eidem Isabelle jure fuo 
ad dotem ipsius Margarete mensurandani lecundum legem et consuetudiDem 
fpgni Anglie per brevem domini H«*gis cum inde loqut voluerit. Et proadTo» 
cacione c*ccl«*sie de llonitona pn*dicte Isabella conci*ssit predicte MargarKe 
advocacionem cH*clesie d«* \Vvtcherch<* in comitatu Oxonie tenendam toCa rita 
fua nomine dotis, et Margareta per attomatimi «uum se tenet inde contentam. 
Idro pn*c<*|}tum est vic(*coniitibus quod «le pnnlirtis fcodis militum et advoca* 
cionibus eccl«*sianim faciant predicte Margarete habere seisinam suam,** &c« 
IsaWUa dt» Fortibus,* Count«*ss of Auniah*. was also attached to answer 
to Margan*t de Uevicrs, Count4*ss of I)evon, of a plea, when*fore during' 
the latr cimvuUitm of th«* n*alni she had taken and carried off the gooda 
and chatt«*N of the same Margan-t at Christ Church, Freshwater, aad 
Wniihall. in th«* ctmnty of Smthampton, to the value of one thousand 
marks, and at I^rabeth ( I.amht^th^») in the countv of Surrev to the value of 
one hundred niark«. and ntill d«>tains th«*m, to h«T no small Kiss and injurr, 
and againvt th«* |»eace, &c. And HoU-rt Falconer, sent by the Ix>rd the 
King tu the af<>n*^id I«abrlla to hear her acknowle<l^ment wherefore the 

* TUr tumjiin^ «Ir Kortibtu »m ili»nir<l frtnn Forv. a c«»ininon« »4 th* tipnttf o# 
Prm)in-i|. ArT«»ii«liaM-fi)«'iit ••{ .Ni<*rt, ilriiArtrtiH^nt of iVfui S««rr». in Puitou. m w •n4«wft 
ffrticu llir fol|.»«inic I IkArirr, cif.irtl in tlir rriftflirr o( niilip Aufnwtu*. mt ihr Biblioch#q«# 4m 
RtM. l*»m, No. ^•«•^ — 

** y^*» AImia, ('«Hi)iti«Mi Autfi, n«*tum iMru* uni«er«u pnvmtrs littrrM in*fM>rt«iri», <^wo4 
^fo trrrvoi «1«' Fiirc, tiuAm kiAtx-liain in |iiini«ir«' pn> rrntum rt quAtirmipntu marrw arirniti, 
«Ir •|tiil>u« mr t«-nr,» |,ri» |«^'atA, «Jimt«i in nuinu kanfliinii «Joaiini mri LuUuvirt fUsis 
Vrnnrte iUu«trt«. *«1 ruju« nuiiiua dr« rnr nnt r& r&r|uMt* (iuillrlmi, «|UcmiLun tlosuni 4m 
Von rt CVicuitM Au)»rm*rlr. In cuju»." Hr. Artum raruiM. Mino Uomiiii M«. Ct*. aaa* 
lcffrto, MiM KtlifiMni. 


had 00 acted, returned for answer by his brief, and the aforesaid IsabeUa de 
Fortibus by her letters patent, that she had acknowledged before the 
aforesaid Robert that she was a debtor to the aforesaid Marg^aret Countess 
of Devon, for the fruits, issues, and other emoluments which she had 
received in the time of the aforesaid disturbance from the manors aforesaid, 
in 834 marks, 5^. and sixpence, to be rendered at certain terms until the 
aforesaid money was fully paid ; and, in case of the decease of either party, 
their executors were to be in their room. << £t similiter predicta Isabella 
cognovit et concessit pro se et heredibus suis quod si mobiUa ipsius Isabelle 
adhuc non sufficiant, obligat se et assignat eidem Margarete aut executori- 
bus suis manerium ipsius Isabelle de Sevenhampton in comitatu Wyltscire, 
quod est de hereditate ipsius Isabelle, ad quorumcumque manus manerium 
illud devenerit, habendum et tenendum in tenenciam cum omnibus suis 
pertinentiis quousque eadem Margareta vel sui executores de exitibus 
ejusdem manerii levaverint pecuniam que a retro fiierit, ita tamen quod de 
dicto manerio nullum fMuant vastum, venditionem aut exilium, ut cum 
pecuniam eidem Margarete debitam levaverint, predictum manerium cum 
omnibus suis pertinentiis heredibus predicte Isabelle restituant in adeo bono 
statu, sicut illud recipiant,'* etc. 

On the RoU of Letters Patent of the 52d year of Henry III. 1268, we 
read as follows : ** Rex omnibus, etc. salutem. Sciatis quod Magister GifleruSy 
camerarius venerabilis patris O(ttoboni) Sancti Adriani diaconi Cardinalis, 
apostolice sedis legati, per preceptum nostrom recepit quingentas marcas ad 
opus dilecte nobis filie Thome quondam Comitis Sabaudie, quas sibi con- 
cessimus ad se maritandam de dono nostro de decima nobis in regno nostro 
concessa, videlicet, a cancellario Cicestrie de decima episcopatus Cicestrie 
centum et quadraginta marcas, a decano Cicestrie et Roberto de Purle 
canonico Cicestrie ducentas et unam marcas, a priore de Bermondeseia 
quadraginta et quinque marcas de decima prioratus sui, a priore Sancte 
Katherine Lincobiie centum marcas de decima episcopatus Lincolnie, et de 
abbate de Waltham quatuordecim marcas de decima abbatie sue. De quibus 
quidem quingentis marcis predictos cancellarium, decanum, Robertum,priorem 
et abbatem penitus quietamus et eas in predictis decimis volumus et faciemua 
allocari. In cujus, etc. Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium decimo die Maii." 

That this gift of the King to Margraret, daughter of Thomas Cotnte of 
Savoy, was made in contemplation of her marriage with Robert AguiUoOy 


th<*rr caii Im» no doubt, aa ia evident from the fact of their betng alreadj 
inarriiMi at the tinie of the frrant of ward«hip, which b4*ara date on tbe 12lli 
of Juius I2t>9, and froni the rertainty that a dau|rhter of thia ComU of 
SavtiT wAii wife of lUldwin Karl of l>evon. In the L'Art de verifier Ira 


Dati^m and el^ewhere, nhe ia in error caIU*d Avicia inaU*ad of Margaret, 
ori^iiating in the naine of the Countefiii of I)evon, Amicia, mother of Eaii 
BaUlwin and of laaMla Countenii of Aumale, and daughter of Gilbert de 
Clare, ICarl of (iloucifter and Ilertfoni, whoM» huslMind had the aame naine 
of Raldwin, and dii*d in the flower of hi» youth on the i5th day of Febru* 
ar>'. 29 lli*n. III. 124.5. She aur\ivi*d till the 12th of Eilw^rd 1. 1284, 
when IfalielU Counte^^ of Aumale had livery of her dower. Dufrdale 
in hi!* acrount of the faniily of Hiiiveni commits a yet more ineipUcable 
biunder at (lafrc Sr^G, wherr, aft«T *>tatin(r that Maryraret di* Reviera, widow 
of lialdviin de HeviiT» and of FalcaMun de Hrfaiite, departed thia life oa 
the !«ixth of t)i<* noiie^ of OrtnW (2iid Ott.), :Xi IIi»n. III. (an. 1252), br 
neverthelevH coiifnuiid?* lier witli Manran*t of Savoy in thia parafrraph; 
** Thia Margani held th<* ioni»hi|»4 of Pi^hiKi, Niweiiam, South Lamlieth, 
Wnikenhale, and (^hn!«t4*rhirc)us in dowcr fmm Haldwine, !»ometime Earl of 
DevouHhiiv, hiT hu!»lMind ; and catm» at la«it to \n* the wife of Hobert 
Ainiillon, but die<i not till 2(» Kdw. I. by whirh it i« evident tliat i»he lived 
to a vt-ry frn^at a^»." Matthew Parin is alM> in error in Myliufr Margarei 
de He%i«'r<i, thi' <Litifrhter aiid lM*in>«>t (»f WuriiM* Fiti)ri*n>ld, ComitiMa de 
luMila,* iiia^^nuirh a^ htT hu«l>aiifi dittl in tlie llfrtinM' of hii* father, and aa 
the follouinir «*ntr\- «m tlu* Fiiu* HolU of tli<* v«*ar of her di*ceaAe atteata : 
De t«Tn« MarLr«'n>ti> <!«' Hiparii;* rapieiidi<» iii iiiainiin H<')^it. Mandatiun 
eat F^cactnn Hi-tn^ in roinitatii Ovoniv <|iiixi «iiu* dilati(»iie capiat in manuni 
Hegi* f»iiin«>^ t<Tra<i <*t t<*ii«iiu*iita i\\\v fucnuit Mari;«*n*t«* d<' Hi|>arii« in ballia 
aua (lie <|ii() •»l»iit, ct ^a «nlvf» <*u<-t«idiri fariat <it»iu*«' Hex aliiid iiidi» prpceprrit. 
Tente !{«*«,:«' .i)tii4l Win«i«*M>rani \\i\. dii' S*pt«'inlTi'«. Slu* diiHl on tbe 
aixth <»f thf* riilcii<i<i fif (K-toUr. ^'^th Spt«>inUT, l^o^, and luH oQ the 
dav <»tat«*il hv that iii«»«t iiiriTntt hi«t«»rian, Matth«'w Pan«*. 

FniMi th«» .'Mhh %«-ar of tln- ni/n ••f llfiir\ 111. ti» ilu* rlo^» of hin rei|ni 
HolMTt Ainiitl>»n \»aH a iiifnilNT of th«* Kinu' • Friw ('«>uii('tl. aiid on thr 
moiTow of hit «irr«'a»f, 17 N«»v. I:f7:3. .I(»lin «if Kirkdiv (i<*li%<*nil th«* teal 


• Tlir •Mnr «rT«-r w a!-i t>i '-c f./uifl in ili- liivinri' »X iiArrAtttr a\ \*. •"! of ilir .\ppeiMlix 
I» Ibw lulnoir. 


of the aforesaid Lord the King under his own seal and the seal of Peter of 
Winchester, Keeper of the Wardrobe of the same Lord the King, to the 
Lord Walter, Archbishop of York, Robert Agidllon, and the rest of the 
King*s Councillors, in presence of the same Councillors. From this soyereign 
he had licence to castellate his two mansions of Perching, com. Sussex, and 
Adington, com. Surrej, in the 48th and 54th years of his reign. 

** Rex omnibus, etc. salutem. Sciatis quod concessimus pro nobis et he- 
redibus nostris Roberto Ag^lun et heredibus suis quod mansum manerii sui 
de Percinges in comitatu Sussexie fossato et muro de petra et calce includere 
possint et firmare et kemellare ad voluntatem eorum et illum taliter firma- 
tum et kemellatum tenere inperpetuum sine occasione vel impedimento nostri 
vel heredum nostrorum. In cujus, etc. Teste Reg^ apud Oxoniam xv die 
Marcu. (15th March, 1264.) 

^* Rex (ut supra, mutatis mutandis) pro manso manerii sui de Adintone 
in comitatu Surreie. Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium xxii die Novembris. 
(22d Nov. 1269.)" 

After the deoease of John Fitz Alan, Earl of Arundel, 18th March 1272, 
Robert Aguilon was made Custos of the Castle of Arundel and of the lands 
of his honour, and so continued to be in the dd year of Edward I., for on 
the Hundred Rolls of that date, under the heading << Civitas Cycestrie," we 
have this finding of the jurors : — ** Dicunt quod Robertus Aguylon, custos 
Ricardi filii et heredis Johannis filii Alani, domini de Ajundello, vi armata 
aliquando cum ccc hominibus, aliquando cum pluribus, approviavit sibi nun- 
dinas Sancti Jacobi extra dvitatem Cycestrie, que quondam fuerunt perti- 
nentes ad dictam civitatem et hoc ad grave dampnimi tocius civitatis." At 
the same date he had also the wardship of John son of Thomas Malmains, 
who held half a knight*s fee in the parish of Stoke, in the hundred of Hoo, 
of the King in capite, now cormptly called Maamans Hall. Among the 
Placita de quo Warranto tried before the Justices in Eyre at Hertford, 
dd Nov. 1278, we read as follows, under this title, <' Ldbertates Roberti 
Aguylon: — Robertus Aguylon clamat habere visum franciplegii cum onmi- 
bus que ad visum pertinent in manerio suo de Stapilford, quod habet ex dono 
et concessione Johannis le Moyne. £t dicit quod predictum manerium est 
de honore de Maundevylla, et quod predictus Johannes et onmes tenentes 
predicti manerii antecessores sui usi sunt libertatibus predictis ex antiqua 
consuetudine, et ipse similiter toto tempore suo postquam predictum mane- 


rium drvetiit ad manus suab usus est tnndem libertAtibui. CUunat etiaB 
haU-n* |MT cartiiu lUfO» lienrici, patris domini Kegis nunc, libenun war» 
n-nnani rt frriam ain^nilii* anni:* duraturam per tres diea in omnibui dominicts 
Irrrin AuiA manerionim Huorum, ]icili<x*t, Wattone, Adingtone, et Percinget.* 
Kt dirit quod ipiie poAtquam predictum manerium dcTenii ad manui suM 
pUiH- u*iufi est eitidi^m liliertatibuji : et quod ipse nichil occuparit auper do* 
minuni Ref^em. qui nunc estt, nec pn^decefiMires suot ; et quod ita til poiiit 
w f»u|MT iiatriaro. Kt militiit ad hfH- eltTti, una cum lii de hundredo, io 
quil>u4 pn*<licta niaiu^ria fiunt, dicunt iiu)M*r facramentum suum quod pre* 
dif-tU4 Hotiertu!! pU*iie U]*U!« e^t umnibuHlilM*rtatibu.4 predictii», ticut 
ent et quu«l nif*hil (x^cuiiavit 0U|M'r dominum Uc*gem Tel predi^cettoret 
Kt i(if<i dictum ent ei qufNl eat !»ine di<' cum lilM*rtatibus sui» predictit, talTo 
dfmiino Htvi jun*, etr.'* Staplefonl, in DomeMlay Stiuicetuuorde, wat then 
held of (H*<ifrn*y «le Mandi*villa by Ctt*mmnfl, his teiumt, ancestor appaimllj 
of Jobii It* Mfiviie. 

In Surn*y, amoii|( tbe plea*» of Quo warraiito lM*fore the Jutticet in Ejre 
at (•uildf(»rd. 7 Kfiwanl 1., 1279, i» one »et dfjwn on the roll in Ihitfonn:— 
** |{olM*rt A^uluii aiid Manran^t bi» uife werv Hummom-d to fhow bj vhat 
warraiity tbey helfi the huiidn-d of LainlM*th iii that »birp. And bjr what 
warraiitv thev claiiiufi to have nuit to the huiidn*d afort*said from the mcn 
of tbf «aiiM* buiidnti. Aiid bv wbat warrantv thev claimed to have tuil to 
ihi- afi»n-<iid buiidn*d froiii the vill of Stn*atliam. And by what warrmnlj 

* Tlii- rluirtrr lirri' rrffrrr-l in u rnU^nNl uii tlir Kull uf ChAftrrt uf tbe 3'it| ymr of 
llrtir^ III., l.'l*>, in ihrM* »«>r>U — "llit-nriruti; K<'&, ^r. An-lii(*|«nn>|iM, A.r. MlalMi» 
fii tj|i4 ii«« oiiH f-«Mw rt \iMt' rartA ni»lra ♦•«■nlimt m or ililii-to rt fl«lrli iMMrtru RolieftQ 
A|{n«lluM •|imm1 i|«*- «•< ht-n^ilr* ■iii ini|irqirtuuni liAlM-mnt lihrrmni «anvniuun in (lamilMM 
fliitiiiiiM-i» ti-m« ■ui« niAnrrinrum ■uunjm ilr Watton •■t dr A<Untucui rl (l« l*m-iDKv** Ha 
r|u«pl nullua inlrvl t< rra* iILm *<1 fut(Bniluin in ri« «rl m*\ *li«|ui4l ra|iiradain qooii m| 
«Ari niiBni |M*rtni««t ■in** lirrnciA rt «••luntjit** i|mius Il4»l>rrti rl hrnNlum Mionini nptr 
fiprwfMtunm ni*tr»ni i lihr»rum. ('•in«-r«imu« rtiAm rt Hmt Mulrm carta nutCrm camMr» 
mBmu* |>n-*li*'l«» Kttl-rrt*!. 'IDimI i|i«r rt lirn-<li'« «ui in|irqi«>tuuni hAlprani uiuun fcfwa 
•|PU'l |>n>«lt«-tuiii nun«'riiiiii «uum ilr \Vatt<in •hikuIi* AniiM •luraturmm |*rr trw tlif«, ri4#> 
Iv-rt, III «ii(iliB, in «lir. ri in rrwtinu NAtmtAt» iWtr Man*-. ni«i f«>ru ilU «il »«l mramr^» 
tum «i>'ifvArum frnanim. (^uaiv «••himu* rt tinnttrr |im>i|iiinu« pm nip|»M H li«ri«libw 
nuitrM 'luixl |>rr*li4-li K4»l>rrtu« rt hrr^l«<» «ui iin|trr|»rtuuni, \r. Iliu IralibaA, W(Ah«|%) 
N(ir*irrfMi r|>i»i>|«i>, K i-^rnn h- lli»(iwl (-«imitr Niirf«'l«-ir rt mjkrrwAllo AnKliv, jtobfrt» 
pBMprlrwr kr«-hi*li»-«>nii l^vrnai, ICiirtnj «Ir Thurk«I)>j, JntiAtine tlr l^nMinton, 1'inliaa 
|*r^irr, Rot^rti» Ir Nitrrr», WillrlnKi Ormun H aIii*. Datiiin |>rr nuuiuin 
BlilHirxun iBi« «lir MArrii. ( DljthlmrK. c<o«. Haff./* 

PRfiPACB. XXxix 

they claimed to have view of frank-pledge in their court of Mitcham of the 
men of the same vill, who ought to come, and so were wont, to the SherifTs 
tum in the hundred of the Lord the King of Brixton, which suits Guy de 
Rocheford long since, at the time when he had the custody of the aforesaid 
men and villages in commission from the Lord Henry the King, father of 
the Lord the now King, who then had that custody by reason of the mi- 
nority of Baldwin of the Isle, deceased, had withdrawn from the same Henry 
the King, father, from his hundred of Brixton. And by what warranty 
they appropriated to themselves free warren in their lands in Adington. 
And by what warranty they had withdrawn from the Lord the King suit of 
the manors of South Lambeth and of Streatham, which they were accus- 
tonied to do to the hundred of Brixton. And Robert and Margaret came 
by their attomey, and as to all the aforesaid suits, warren, and view of frank- 
pledge, they say that they have and hold them in dower of the aforesaid 
Margaret of the dotation of Isabella de Fortibus, Countess of Aumale, with- 
out whom they cannot bring this matter to judgment And her they call 
to warrant, &c. and beg that they may be summoned, &c. Wherefore it 
was enjoined the Sheriff of Dorset that he summon the aforesaid Countess, 
that she be at Sherbome, in the county aforesaid, on the octaves of St. 
Hilary, &c. Afterwards, on that day (20th Jan. 1279), the aforesaid 
Countess came by her attomey and warranted to them, &c. as her dower» 
sapng that she has the aforesaid liberties by hereditary descent, and that 
she and all her ancestors, from the time beyond memory, had used the same 
liberties without any occupation or usurpation made of the same upon the 
Lord the King or any of his ancestors, Kings of England, and this she begs 
may be inquired by the country. Wherefore the Sheriff was enjoined to 
cause 12 men to come before the King at Westminster within three weeks 
from Easter-day, &c., by whom, &c., and that they be those who have no 
affinity to the aforesaid Countess, to make that jury, &c.'* 

Robert Aguillun was also summoned before the Justices in Eyre at 
Winchester, in the county of Southampton, on the octaves of St. Martin, 
8 Edw. I. 1280, to show to the Lord the King by what warranty he took 
fines for breaches of the assize of bread and beer in Warblington, belonging 
to the Crown, without the assent and goodwill, &c. And Robert says that 
his tenements, which he holds now in Warblington, were an escheat of the 
Normans, and that at the time when those tenements were in the hands of 
the Normans they always had and took the aforesaid fines for breach of the 


Ajijiiio <»f )>n*Acl Aiitl lx>er, whcrffore ht* mja that tho Ixml Kinff Ilrarir. 
fath<T of th«* Lonl tht* now Kin^, fravo to the anc(>9tor of him the taid 
KolMTt tht* aforpMid t«*nenM*ntA with the rifrht afon^said, su freelj ai tke 
NomiAn** had h<*ld th«*ni, and bv that warmntv hc rlaimf to have tke fines 
afon*^aid. \.r.* llie n»^ult of th«'N» Miil» is not 9tat4*d. 

In tho Kimc* fiittin^ UoU^rt Afodun aiid Man;an*t hif wife werr fum- 
mon4*d to nhow hv what warrantv th«*v i*laiiiir«l to have wrpck of fea, rrtum 

* Thf m^nt uti«liT nktiM-li Kulirrt AKU}l«>n fmt f«irth hui rUim hA<l l>e<rn nuMle %o h» 
fkthfr. ^'lUiJini A);ujl<in, ui th*^ t«Tmii, •«'Tfinlini; t<> an rntiy **\\ th^ niU of Charft* uf 
Um> ITith >rar «if lli-nnr III. 12 ll, un«l«>r th** hradmK Pn> Willrlmo Ai;uillun. Hmrii 
|)ri Krati* K«v .\ni{lif, \r. Mlut«*ni. Sriati« n<«* r<»nr««ii«ir rt har rarla mittni ronfli 
WiUrlnio .\ieiillun tcrrmm «lur fuit KoU^rti «li* ('urri ui tlmrl*-«f»rth rt Wartilint<ici 
rvihlitihu* rt h<imaicu«, «'t •iUAiii |in-<lirtu* Willflniu* |iriuii ti*iiuit «Ir h»llna JukuiBa 

Itr|(i«, rtr. liAlMi*ti«lAlll rt trti«-ti<lAlll «!•• lti>l>» rt h« n<<lll'U» n«i«tn« tllil rt hrrrtllhoA MIM, 

(|u«»u*<|u«' t« rrAiit in^tii n<l<litiiu«i n-vti* li«'rr«li!-u« «7u*<l«tii t«*m* |>rr ^««luntAlrm iMM^run 
«rl \-'T |ia<-*-ni ttiMtrAni, n*<l>l«'n>I<> ifi<li< n<il>ia «-t hfnilihu* n««tn« i|ii^ rt hrrrilM mi 
■ininth* *ntii« a«l pMchani unum |iar ralcanum «IraunitArum pro «>mni •rr«H*io. rf m 
|urt«- trrram ilUm rr<l<li«lrnmua rr«-tM hrrr«lil.u«. N^-ut |«mlii-tum ntt. mn ««I bMv«i«n 
AuBtn (««'irniU* ri>lrm WillrluM» \v\ hrrr«litiu« «uw ratioiiahilr c&raml>ium in «ftrilM ««I 
tv^M-tui ^il «alon-m rju*>l«'m Irrrv. (^uArr «nluniut, rtr. |in> n«>l'i« «H hrrv^^lihut matm <|ooil 
prr<lii-tu« Wiljrliiiuart hrrr«l«'« tui imfvrrprtuum lutU>Ant «•! tr^n^-aiit |>r«^lirtjim trrvmm «*«■ 
omnitiu* |ii-rtitiriitu« «111« tam in rr«lilitihua '|uam in h<>nuieu«. I<rfir rt in pttrr. Iihrrr, 
quirlr, rt intri;rr. |jM-irn<lo |irr*li«*tuni «rr^irium, Mrut |>rr«lirtum mt. IIim iMtlhM^ 
ll^ul^rrtK <lr lliiruo rtr. (ff<Ml«*fn>lo «Ir Crmurumlir, Joliannr filH> |*hili|>|>i, Knmru 4« 
fUr^. lirfin«t> <lr ('ii{iclU, lt*«lulfo MArrvallo rt mliiA. Ilatum |>rr isiAnum «roermhilM 
|imtn« R »<lulA (M-i-vtrvnaw l*|>i««ii|ii r«ni-«-lUni n<«tn. a|>u<l Win«lr«iirmm xxx, «lir Jnnai. 
Ktt^trrt <lt- ('••un*^ «A* IWin>n <>f Coun-i in N<>niL«n<l«, n«i» a roromunr ««f thr rmniun of 
C*«tulil«ruf. Amii't.a*rinrnt <lr FaUi««-, >|r|artrmrnt «lu CaU »<!>«. «^«1 «ith othrr N««innHi 
«ith>lrr» hi« Allivuit»*-r fn>m Kioit J<>hn. mn<l trmn«frrrr<l it t<» thr C«>n<|Qrftir u# kw 
fri«rn-ii;n, kuii( llulip Aujcu«lu«. WAriilinirt«>n w « {aruh in thr hun«lrrd of 
(|i«i«i«'n of lV>rta<l<>»D. »n-l Kni««i*<rth i« m hAniM iti th*' aMnr |«mh. Ilr bmil 
mmn<ir in thr |Mirwh of |lil«in|(ton. in thr hun-lrril nf Nr» Clian*h. Utlir of Khrpinij, 
rom. Kriit. t<ir«-(hrr »tth Un 1« in SnArvslr, x |-an«h in th*- hun<lrr«l «>f |jftni?|>«tn, mhirb 
mrtr ml«o •« h«*ta of ihr NwrmAn«. 1 lain thr foffi iturr of R«il>rrt ilr («Hun*^ bM nimnar 
of lliUinfton «M rvmimittr.l I0 llmrT <lr HAC<l»i>-h t>« I^trr C1««r of KinK J«*bn. <Ut««l 
nl Win.'tirBtrr 3«th Sr|>t. l'J>>l. An>l m.MrrMl lo Ihr •l»rn(r «f Krnt. Ilr hrhi rt «p |n 
l**th (><-t<>t<rr. 1J|'T. »hrn thr Kinic o*' thr ru«t««l« of il <lurinc plrn«ur«> lo WiUmm, 
Kmrl «>f Arun<UI. mn«l it r<intinur«l in hu <lrH-rn Unt« •l"«in lo lluch. Im( lUrl %>i Arun«W4 
of thr linr t.f Al^mi. ||mU<1. m hi« mr«t*uht <>f Utia tnanor. «ihi< b mma brM hv tb« MT- 
j«nnt« <>f t^iuff (liirl llullrr l<» ll»r Kinn ml hu r.«n>ikmlK«. iutmilv ucnita mll nattrr o| ib* 
iMnrr of K«*l.««t a» C«Nir«7. nad M«lj Mtnbv ito aci|uJMM to WilbMi 4« Albtei te 
ibt fiifm of lifi»7 I. 


•f the Kmg's briefs, plea of wrongful distress, and free gallows in Christ- 
church, and also to take fines for breach of the assise of bread and beer in 
the same vill, &c. And Robert and Margaret came, and, as to the retum 
of briefs, say that they claim nothing on that score, and were therefore to 
be without day as to this head. And as to the other liberties they say that 
they hold the manor of Christchurch in dower of the same M argaret of the 
inheritance of Isabella de Fortibus, Countess of Aumale, with all the afore- 
said liberties annexed to the afbresaid manor, and call the aforesaid Coun- 
tess to warrant the same, who then came upon summons and warranted their 
claim, and says that, as to the franchises last named, she has a free hun- 
dred annexed to the aforesaid manor, and by that warranty she has these 
liberties as belonging to the hundred. So as to this head the aforesaid 
Countess without day, 8cc. And as to the wreck of sea, she says that she 
and all her ancestors, from the time of King Richard and before, had been 
in seisin of having wreck of sea in the aforesaid manor as belonging to the 
same manor, &c. and William de Gisselham, who foUows on thc side of the 
crown, says that she the Countess, nor her anccstors, who had held the 
aforesaid manor, never had wreck of sea in that manor until the time that 
Richard, Earl of Comwall, who had obtained the custody of Baldwin of the 
Isle, father of the aforesaid Countess, from the demise of the Lord King 
Henry, took wreck of sea in the same manor. Wherefore he says that the 
Countess herself, nor any of her ancestors, took nor had wrecks of sea in 
the same manor, except through the occupation, which the aforesaid Rich- 
ard, Earl of Cornwall, had made upon the lord the King, as aforesaid, and 
this he begs on the King^s part that it be inquired into and the Countess 
likewise. \\^erefore inquiry was made, and the jurors chosen for this 
purpose say, upon their oath, that the aforesaid Countess, and all her pre- 
decessors from time beyond memory, always up to the present time had had 
wreck of sea in the manor aforesaid as belonging to the said manor. And 
therefore it was adjudged that the aforesaid Countess thereof should be 
without day in respect of the aforesaid warranty, saving always the King*s 
right, &c. And as to the plea of wrongful distress, the Countess says that, 
as rc^^ds it, she claims nothing beyond what her ancestors had been used 
to do, namely, that when any one of her tenants made complaint of the 
unjust caption and detention of their cattle, her bailiffs, upon such complaint, 
caused the same cattle to be delivered up, and held that plea as to the 
CAMD. soc. g 

xlii PREPACB. 

iinjtiAt caption and detcntion. Mumivor, nYic sayt that the tbmff, who 
mivrht hr in o(fic<» at the time, could plead a plea of this nort in his rounty 
by hriff or withimt lirief as iihe choiM*, at the complaint of any one of ber 
tenantf* of the nianor aforenaid, and ««avs that she and her anc«*stoni from 
the tinie of Kintr Kirhard, counin of the Kin^ that now is, were accustomed 
to ph*ad a pU*a of this M>rt in the form aforesaid, and of this she puta her- 
selfu|Minthe nMintry. And Willuim dt* (liKMdhain, who fullows oo tlie 
Kiti^^*!» U-half. in Iiki* iiuiini*r. \Vhen*fon* an inquiry was made, of whicb 
th«* janirs «»ay ii|xm thfMr «)ath that HoY>ert Aifuyllon and MargareC bia 
wifi*, «kho hold the afon*«aid nianor in dowcr of her the said Margmret, of 
the inh<*ntance of the afon*^iid C*ountes«, pli*aili*«l a plea of tinjust eapcioci 
and (h't4*fiti<m of cattle in th«'irrourt at thi* coniplaiiit of any of their tenants 
of th«' iiiaiHir afor(*«ai<l. Aiid that Haldwin of the NK% hn>th(*r of tbe 
afon**ai<l ('ouiili"**, whoM* h«ir nhe i^, pleadi*<l a ph»a of this sort in the 
afon^^iitl niiinor the wholi* tinie of his tcnun*. And thev mv that Daldwio, 
fatlnT of thi* afon^viid (*ounu*H«, wa^i the first who pl(*adi*«l a pieo oi this 
sort iii thi* afon^iid inaiior, aml that pl«*a wah itn encniachmi^t upon tbe 
ri;rht (»f II«'nrv th<* Kinir. f;ith«*r of the Kintr who now is in tbt» tiroe of 
the naiiie loni I{«*nrv th«* Kiiiir* Aiid iNvausc* thi* afon*said Countes» 
clainii nothiiifr as «i pnnci|i.-il iii the «uit. and hy th«* afonwiid venlict it is 
pn)M*«l th.1t Bal«l«iii <»f the Nle, fathiT of the afore»atd (*ounte«t«, had heeo 
the tirot who p!<*ad«Hl that pltM m thi* nunor afun*^id. and that it wa» 
an (■nrnxichii)«'nt u)M»n th«* h>ni llenry the Kiiifr. fathi-r of the lord the 
KiiiL' t)i:tt no« 14. th«'n*furr the cn)wn hiul jiidiniM*nt. 

Oii ti.*- HoU of ChartiT* o( thi* 64ih v**ar of lli-nrv III. 127t^ i« ««ntcn^d 
a irru.t ••! « inarkft wi«klv on MoikLivn and a fair tnr thnv (Li\!i, on thr 

• • • 

\tL'il xhr d.iy,and th«* iiiorrow of the IW(>iliti<m of .^t. John Baptist, at his 
ni.i!i«»r «»f t tn ath.ini, r(mi.<». (Lit^il at \V«*^tinin<t«*r. 2Sth dav of Mav;* 

rm^.**m- t-i \.Ai- ' *'*. k r, ««trk '• ri*:r:iu«i« .liltt-t.i •{ Ail. li iHMtru K'>'«rti> A::uillun 4|ui>l i|«» 
rt li- r> i«^ •--I :'*■(- -p 'n'iv I. !'«mrit un.jin n.- r Aturu •iii|r'iltt ••-{•tiniAriu |^ ilinn lune 
•pul Kutnrnum ■uurTi «ir «if»»-?-. \'n '•\ *^pnu*..»*u*.»nir rt unarn frnarn ilmlnn MnK«- 
li* Aani* p«*r trm •lir« ilurttur.»» ttdrlH-i-t in'!uk. m •!.**. rt tn rrxHtutt lW%4l*lio«M 
tWortj J. LjMttia lU|.<Jrt4*. nMi rii*. ||ii« tc^tii.u*. Ualt.-ru «!«■ VA!t-:triA tnlrr nuitn», 
JuliAcrir ■!•' ^*r«nit* r«Ki.tti' *(um.', Ilurifrv>ti' «Ir Ikhun r* ii.itr II' n-f. nl.r, |*1iili|»|ho 
Haaart. H.4»rrt«i M «I.t:»» 1. \\ i". Imo ilr \\ iritn-^h*!!?. W illf!in.t «Ir \Hr. Prfnxlr dftAump- 
«Ml. UtlMma Mm, lUaulfo ar lkt|Cr|i«i,UAlfrvl.> .|r iVn-t. SW^ur- <lr ffur«m, Rn||« 


and on that of the year following is a grant of free-warren, and a weekly 
market on Thursday, and a fair on the vigil, the day, and the morrow of 
St. Michael, at his manor of Bures, com. Suffblk, dated at Westminster, 13th 
day of June, 1271.* Bures is a parish in the hundred of Babergh, Suffolk, 
on the river Stour, and the fair is still kept up, but the day has been altered 
to Holy Thursday, On the Hundred Rolls for this county, Sd Edward I., 
1275, under the heading, '^ Flundredum de Balberg de libertate Sancti Ead- 
raundi," the jurors say that Stephen de Langton had held half a knight'8 
fief in Bures, and Mabilia, his wife, now holds the aforesaid half fief for the 
term of her life of Sir Robert Aguiloun, and the said Robert holds the same 
of the King in capite. The church, dedicated to St. Mary, had been in the 
gift of the alien priory of Stoke by Clare, a cell to the Abbey of Bec in 
Normandy, made denison in after times, until converted into a college for 
secular priests in 1416, by Edmund Mortimer, Earl of March, to which 
this living was appropriated at the time of the dissolution. On the Charter 
Roll 61 Hen. III., 1267, is an inspeximus charter of that King of one by 
Robert Aguylon to Stephen Marshal, of La Wyke, who in considcration of 
an annual rent for his life had relinquished his claim to the manor of Per- 
cings, as appears by this recital : — ^^ Quod quidem manerium dictus Stepha- 

de Wauton et aliis. Datum per manum nostram apud Weetmonasterium xxviii die Maii 
(28th May, 1270). 

* Pro Roberto Aguillon. Rex Archiepiscopis, Epiacopis, etc. salutem. Sciatis nos 
conceflsiflse et hac carta nostra confirmasse dilecto et fideli nostro Roberto Aguillon quod 
ipae et heredes sui imperpetuum habeant liberam warrennan in omnibus dominicis terris 
suis de Bures in comitatu Suffolcie, dum tamen terre ille non sunt infra metas foreste 
nostre, ita quod nullus intret terras illas ad fugandum in cis vel ad aliquid capiendum 
quod ad Warrennam pertineat sine lioencia et voluntatc ipsius Roberti et heredum suorum 
super forisfacturam noetram x librarum. Concessimus etiam eidem Roberto quod ipse et he- 
redes sui imperpetuum habeant unum mercatum apud prodictum manerium suum de Bures 
singulis septimanis per diem Jovis et unam feriam ibidem singulis annis per tree dies duratu- 
ram, videlicet, in vigilia et in dieet in crastino Sancti Michaelis, nisi mercatum illud et feria 
etc. Quare etc. Hiis te^bus venerabile patre W(aUero) Eboracensi archiepiscopo Anglie 
primate, Q(odfrido) Wygomiensi et R(ogero) Lichfeldensi et Coventrensi episcopis, 
Qilberto de Clare comite Qloucestrie et Hertfordie, Juhanne de Warrenna comite Sumeie, 
Humfrido de Bohun oomite Herefordie et Essexie, Rogero de Mortuomari, Rogero de 
Leybum, Willelmo de WyntrestiuU, Willelmo Bel^ Petro de Chaumpvent, Rogero de 
Wauton, Qilberto filio Hugonis et aliis. Datum per mauum nostram apud Westmonas- 
terium xiii die Junii (I3th June, 1271). 



niiit niirhi ct hrnKlihti» mri» (knlit ct concciiiiit cuni omnibut pertiDentiis 
H plfiimnc iiirartavit nie in nmnt*no mro 6e Percyn|^, in Folkingv* H ta 
Adl)iirt(in." which wa.t dati^d on thi» fc^t of St. Ypolitus the mmrtjr (19dl 
Aiifr. ) in the !>\*t year (if Ilenry III. Thiii n*cord is now imperfect, Iroai 
thc TtAl hein^ toni. hut enoii^h reniains to convict Cartwrifrht in hit Pm* 
nN'hia] To|Ni^))hy of the Ka)M* of Bramher of a total mi»UDdentaiiding of 
it< puqMirt, who at )Ki^e231 writes as follows : — '' In 126 1 Robert Afnijloo 
di(*«l M-iii-d of the iiiaiior of Kdhurton/' and rite^ in the margin at fooi of th* 
|Niire, ** Ihid. .j1 Ileii. III., No, 1," it \nnu^ on that membrane of tbe Cbirter 
K«ill. aiid 12HI U a nii.-^priiit for 1267. llie hamlet of Folkin|r !• in the 
part^h id Kdbunon, on the east ^ide, in the ra|M* of Lewet, whilft Perdng 
i^ n niaiior of the saine |iari^h in th«* ra|M> of BranilNT ; the one in tbe hiin* 
dnd nf Poyiiin^*» aiid the other now iii the hundn*d of Burbeacb. Both 
iiuitKjnt wcn* h<*ld of th«* himour of I<ew(*}i, aiid on the Ilundred KoUii of th* 
ra{M> of I>i'W(-M, fnr of l*oyiiin<fH, th«>n* is thi** findiiifr as to encroach- 
iitciit'* iii thiH |iari<>h hy the jitrop* in M Kdw. I., 1273: — ^* Tbc*y ny thal 
\\ dliain. hte llarl of Surn'\, fath«T of .lohn the then Karl, luid tbe Mid 
Johii. iiad 11« w)y a{i)in>«tl to thein^-Uc!» rhaee» and wam*ns tbrough 
thcir wholf lianm^ of Lewi»<t, and ui the laiid^ iind t(*nementii of Kobeit 
Airuvhin.aiid of thcothiTi who hold of the fi«'f of the «aid Karl, wbere th« 
Mnw* llarl h.i<« no w.-irrfii, nt#r «d' riirht rNi(rht to hav(\ and striviin in as murh 
a^t h«' «an thvn* to .ippropriate to hini<M'lf hy placinir thcn* bit armed 
iii«'ii to hiiider thc «aid KoUTt Al^uxIiiii .itid other^ fnmi th«'ir hiinting wich 
thcir dinr^ whi-n' thcv w«tc ;u-rii«toiii«*«l tohiitit frotn tinic itnnH-niorial, and of 
whii h thi' *ai>l Ko)N-rt i;* MiII in M'i«iii. Atnl iNrntiM' the <»aid Kobert maket 
iiM' iif hi* •••i-iM in the nfon'«.-iid Uin»lt, thc *,iid T^irl c.iUM-d hiin to U* frr» 
()Ui-Mtl\ di"train<tl hythc nioM ^mcvotio di«tr:iint.-«. a» npjN^ar^ hy the inquett. 
'nic\ aU<» ^iv thnt when thc M:d \\:\r\, Kichanl ilc la Vaehe, and William 
Y\or. tuok fniin UoUrt Ainulon fit't\-t\%o oxcn in thc itnrishof Kdhurton * 

* Tl>e ar«M>arit "f K'INdrti>n (an^l. in ('Anur'k'iit'* 1{a\'*- **i llnirn!>«-r, «til. ii. p. S3tf, m 
• &lr*ai«l« •liMiii-nt, afi>l ti«- i.w m i:li-«'tt-| t*> < ti* ilii- • ntrj in lNnH*>U« rvUCilifC tw tba 
|Mri«)i. 1'. 1* ««.•litit tl^l lKi« «-i.tri ut«-l<TT*m \\ illi imi •!« W ar* ni* in IN»»iii||«» ka»> 
«In-l 1« «|>( :>• ^Mr !•• tiii* |«*rvJi " ( Uutuir*iu« t«*n«-t <!«* \\ ill« liii«* 11* n )iinir««. I|«r Iraiut T. 
k K. rt )«i4uit ir« |Mii «• tu.t. TiiiM «-i ii)«-l«> •»• «1< ffnil«-t>at pni iii IihIiil T«*m m( ii 
CArti«~Anjni «t •l.n.Hlir. Iri ■'.> tiiirti«i t«( \,t,x •( ii «.ilAi.i «( uii tM<nlAni «'uui ufiA< 
4inii4iuiu ni'-iinuiii 'Ic ilI ItuAi. • «t «u «• r« |>raii. >iI«a ti |M.>rvur\im. Ib Lmi 


for the huntmg of the dogs of the said Robert there, and the same Robert 
thereupon obtained the King's brief for the delivering up of the said oxen, 
and the seijeants of the King had come with the aforesaid brief to deliver the 
aforesaid cattle, the said Earl and his bailiffs prevented them, so that they 

haga et dimidift de Ix denariia. ValeC et ▼alait xl solidot. In eadem Tilla tenet Tezelinua 
de Willelmo ii hidaa et pro tanto ae defendit. In Trailgi jacaere, quam tenet Willelmai 
de Braiosa. Bellinc tenuit de Gh>daino comite. In dominio est ana caraca et iii villani 
et ii bordarii cam dimidia caraca. Dimidiam molinam de xiii solidis et iiii denariis et iii 
acre prati. Silva ii porooram. In LeaeB dimidia haga de ii denariis. Isdem Tezelinai 
tenet de Willelmo Fochinges. In Sepelei jacuit, quam tenet WillelmoB de Bnuoea. 
Heraldas tenait T. R. £. Tanc et modo se defendit pro iii hidia et una virgata. Viilani 
yi ibi sant cam ii caraciB. He dun terre Tezelini insimal sunt. Valet et yaluerant 
•emper I solidoe. Willelmaa de Wateville tenet Percinges. Azor tenuit de Rege E. et ii 
bominee de Azor. Pro t hidis et dimidia ae defendit tuno et modo. Tunc fiierant 
ii* Hall», modo in uno manerio. Terra eet \ carucarum et dimidie. In dominio est 
una, et iiii yillani et iii bordarii cum una caruca. Ibi ii Bervi et iii acre pratL Silya iiii 
porconim. De pastura vi denariL T.R.E. valebat Ix solidos et post xl solidos. Modo 1 
•olidos.** Underthe headingTerra Willelmi de Braiosa, in Burbece Hundredo mention ia 
made of Trailgi, the land of Earl Godwin in the tenure of Bedling, then held by Wiiliam 
Miles of William de Braiosa, who had seyen hides, which lay in Berts, which William de 
Warren had in his rape. Now Tezelinus was the predeceesor of Bartholomew de Cheney 
in the manor of Addington, com. Surrey, and the manor of Perohing was belonging to his 
daughter, and the hein of Bartholomew de Cheney held the two hagie in Lewes ; henoe 
both will have been derived from this common ancestor. Truleigh, or Truly, is a hamlet 
of Edburton parish, and as it lay in the Till of Berchinges that plaoe will be identical with 
the modem name of this parish. The church of Edburton, dedicated to St. Andrew, paid 
xl shillings pension to the prior of Lewes ; and in the charter of William de Warren, the 
second Earl of Surrey, son of William de Warren, Earl of Surrey, and of Gundreda his 
wife, we read " ad Perching decimam Willekni filii Techelini et Willelmi filii Alfinene et ad 
Folkinges decimam Gh>defridi de Bellomonte.'* William, the son of Tezelin, the Domesday 
tenant in Berchinges, had therefore lands at Perching, and thus the identity is oonfirmed, as 
to its site in Edburton. The benefice is a rectory in the archdeaoonry of Lewes and deanery 
of South Malling, to which it was given by Theobald Archbishop of Ganterbuiy, in 1150, 
and paid a yearly pension of 6«. and 8<f . to the dean. It is now in the gift of the Archbishop 
of Canterbury. From the context of this deed it would seem that the manor of Wiiliam 
de WatOTill had descended to Stephen Marshal, and that it was by this grant that the 
now principal estate in this parish, consisting of Perching and Edburton farms, was united 
In the same poesessor. In the ninth of Edward II. Isabella Bardolf, the daughter and 
heiress of Sir Robert Aguylon, occurs in the Nomina Villarum in this form : " Hundredum 
de Ponyngg est JohannisComitis Warrenne, villata de Percynge est Isabelle Bardolf ;** and 
Thomas Bardolf, her son, in the hundred of Burghbeche, belonging to William de Brewoea, 


wen* not ahlc to deliver the tanie cmttle according to the King'« preeepf, 

until it hAfl U*t*n a tccond time enjoim^d the Sheriff hy the Kinff and hu 

council that he nhould go himBclf to the laid tUu*!, to Kichard de la Vache, 

and to Waher Dra^n, to cause the reiicue of the said cattle hy the Kinft'» 

pn»ci'pt. M(>n»ov«'r, whci» rertiin fH»r>ant* of the said Uol>ert had heen 

taken in the hU*rtie« of William de Briouju» and of the Bijihopof Chichester, 

tojrethtT with the dojpi of the wid Uobert, and impri»oned in the Castle of 

l-e\»es whereujM>n thc Kinjf'» bri«f wa* ohtaintMl for their deliverance, and 

aAerwanln ti*nt to thc> said ca^tle hy William le Ikjghyens the Kings aer- 

jeant, thev of tlie castle had not pemiitt4*«i thc Haid mandate of the loni the 

Kin^ to he eiecutetl, hut had absolutely conttinne<i the order to do s«», so 

that ihe Sheriff in his own proper person was with diflicuity able to execute 

tht» Kin>^'!i «id nuindate. The jurors of the hundretl of Ik>UynfrhuII found 

by their \erdict that John de lk>un and the bailiffii of the Earl of Surrry 

had puniutHl the men of Uobert A),^yIon with hon»es and arms as far as to 

tht* houM* of U(>bc»rt Bumt*II in Henfield, and then* took them aiid led theai 

to the Castle of Lewt*« and impri^ofMHi them. againnt the di|rnity of the 

Cn>wn, until ihey ^cn* set fnt» by the Kin^'<^ writ." A MmiUr fintling 

M fullo»» : " VilU tl«* yAhurum H Thrul« t%t WilMmi 4« Northu, lluKtmM de llt 
Tlviirnr lUf^lolf." Fmai ihi* «mJiAaMe rrctjnl it •uui«l •rrtii thAt iVrrhmg And Fulkum 
«rf>' \-A\i in th«> llun<lre*t of Ptiinin^r* aii-1 RA{«r of I>r«rtt^ antl tluU K<ll>urtaii *a4 
TroNitC^i . Ilrn liinKm, Tnul|p) «rrr thr \\\l» m th«' llunJrtnl of HarlHnach %ii4 RA|ar o| 
llrmittlMT. An«»lhrr hAmlrt of tht» |Arvih h^» nam«r rrAthumr, or l*a«thome, ^ad im 
lyHtu^ijk} of thr Un«l of WiUiAm dr W Brrnr in thr hun«lrr*l uf l*i>oinx^ «r rrttfl, ** TrrveooC 
Irnri <)r W illrhuu ratf^time. I(*r trnutt «Ir nx*' ^" H |K4uit irr «juolilirt. Tiiik* m 
drf«-n'lrl«t |>r* liii lii-lui. m^Mlo (»ru unA hi<la rt «limi^lui. i|uu *lur «unt in n^to \S UlWmt 
4r liraitMA. Trrm r«t I rmmr^ H ilii r»t in il>>mini«i cum ii l~>riAnt«. In I^runr» ui bjmpB 
dr i«iii ilrnAniA. VaIh rt laiuit taa «iiiKhm.** Thr Un<i of ^ tiluuii <lr llnuuar in Hor' 
br*<-h hun<lrr«l r<im|>n*r<fl thr «lii» of lW<liri^, KmnKlukm, >hurrhAfii, Trulj, Tuiini^lutt, 
IfifC^thrr «ith ri^'ht ht'lr» «hKh Ujr in Kf^lmrlli-, «htrh \\ i!lt4m «Ir V\Ar«i»r lkol<'U iQ hm 
ri|ir. ftmt «rtin hi<i«*« «hi(h Uy lo IW-rli lW-ri-hini;r<« »hi<'h M iliutm hftd *W) to h« 
r»!**. In ihr Nt>mma VillAmm th»«* in thr |lun«lml «.f Poiininfc'* Afr 1'rrrjnn*, N«ttmb«r, 
Pon 1 n4:jcr«, ^nd Pirtmml'*' ; *n<l m thr hun<lrr<l uf Hurt>r^ h. K'il urton *l Thrulr. |]uri*i« 
•t F.nniprhjtin, Hr«itni;, An>l < M<i Mturriuun. In thr N.>tt^ rrium* litt» |^»*h \ub Ihm 
Mttr.r «tf K<llM>uri;t>ton. Tbr uctiy rhunh mrntiunrii in I>«*ti<r»Uv m th*t uf }'«nniniKi in 
U«<* hunilr**! «if tltAt namr, «»«1 lo IW^rtlms in thr hun-irr-l "f iiartir«rh ihrr» vvrv t«o 
rburrhM . R*dmeil an>l .^^hiplry nm the <>thrr |»l*ree njunrd AN>«e. lherbA|M>| aI l*err;n|| 
» nt*m «Imtrntr*! 

PREFACB. xlvii 

was made by the jurors of the himdred of Paling, in the rape of Arondel, 
who declared that the men of Robert Aguylon had been captored, with their 
dog^, upon the liberty of the Bishop of Chichester at Henfield, by John de 
Boun, and had been incarcerated by the same, namely, in the Castle of 
Lewes, and thereupon the King's writ had been obtained for their deliver- 
ance, and the keeper of the castle aforesaid had denied and refused to deliver 
the said prisoners to the officers of the Sheriff by a preoept of this kind, 
until the Sheriff came in his own person. On the other hand, the jurors of 
the hundred of Avisford brought in verdicts for misdemeanours against 
Richard de Niton and John de Pollingfeud, successively bailiffs of the li- 
berty of Arundel by appointment of Robert Aguylun ; and the jurors of the 
burgh of Arundel declared that the then Sheriff came with the King's brief 
on the evc of AU Saints, to receive the Castle of Arundel by virtue of the 
same brief on behalf of the King, and that John de Pollingfeud detained 
the said castle, and still detains it, in contempt of the King. From a peti- 
tion to Parliament in the 6th year of Edward I., addressed by Robert 
Aguylun to the King and his Council, we leam that, whereas Stephen de 
Pencestre and Robert de Sandwich had been appointed justices to inquire, 
hear, and determine, according to the law and custom of the realm, what 
malefactors had hunted in the free-warren and chace of the Earl of Warren ; 
and he, Robert, and others were indicted therefore, and the justices sent to 
the Sheriff to seize the persons of Robert Aguylon and the others, and to 
place their lands and castles in the King's hands, and this on the first day 
of the inquest, and that he bring their bodies to Kingston, in a different 
county ; on which day those attached put in essoigns, which the justices 
would not allow, but amerced their mainpemors, at their will, against the 
custom of the reahn ; and besides, though their letters patent only gave them 
power to inquire as to the free chase and the injuries done to the men of the 
Earl, they, beyond their authority, inquired and made him answer as to the 
chaces, without inquiry of the Earl of Warren if he had free chace there or 
not ; notwithstanding that he, Robert Aguylun, was ready to aver that his 
people had not hunted save where he and his ancestors were accustomed to 
hunt, and of right ought to hunt, the judges refused to receive the averment, 
and charged the jury to his grievance, of which he prays remedy and of the 
imprisonment he prays remedy, of him and of his people, who are still in 
prison, as it seems to him that imprisonment does not lie in this case. 

Xlviii PRRFACE. 

•« Renponiiio : — Seqiiatur renms JiiHtictario!!, vi audiatur et 6at et Jufticia.** 
Another |N*tition airainit thiA tran4frn*9iior, John cU» Warren, Earl of Sunvj, 
iii on the HoU of the name Parlianientt rouch«*d in thene terms : — 

** Johan cl«* \Van*nne, C*unte de Sum\ tit^nt la Baronnie de Lewet et clernie 
aTer ^un*niu* et foreiite e chaM* en touti^s ct-lc*» terret de Suases, attMi 
bien en U*s terres les chivalers «•t len fraiis homnies, comroe en tet demejiira, 
a frnnt deM*ntesun a ceus du pay« et sauni jrarant de nul Roj et eoctintTv 
Real difrnitts <* amercie la gent et emprisune pur le« bettet et pour le« 
leures, dunt le pays ent en grant gn>vaunce de ce tort, et bien fut troTe par 
enquest devant Sin* liarthelmini de Briaun^*on, ke poer aTeyt de enquer de 
oeus chofies ; pur U quele chom* Sin* Uub€*rt Afruylon prie mittre Sei|nMtar 
le Rov, ke il voyle fairt* %cnir nieinu^ tvl Cunte par breif a demustRT par 
quel ^raunt il cleynM* c«*U* I' ranchiM* t4*iitr : v prie le avatindit Robert ke il 
puiiiM* M*un* piir le Hoy e pur Uii iiu^yim^ pur U* tort fit a Roy e al pajs.** 

•* Res|M>ii»iiK Si^^iuatur |>«*r Urcvt* de Caiic«*llaria." 

Th«* n*«iilt of thi<( i{uam>l lMtw<<en thi* loni of the barony of Lewet atid 
6ir Rob(*rt Airu\U>n, knitrht, hi«t frudaton-. i<i lcamt fn>m thi* llacita de 
juralin i*t a<«!«i!»i« ct>rain Johanm* dc Hfy^rate i-t ««K-iis Justiciariis ittneranti- 
bus a|>ud (^vct^^triani in coniitatu Su«i«vxi«' in craKtino Sancti Johannis IWp* 
tisti*, anno n-^n^i Hi*tri^ KdwanU filii Hi^tri!* Ilenrici M*ptinio. Onthatoccmsioo 
Juhn <U* \Van*nii. Karl of Sum*v. «at «iininioni*d to be there on that dav. 26tli 
Juni*. 1279, tii »h<m Uv «.irranty h«> rlaimc«l to ha%'e fnv wmrren atid 
fn*«*chan* in th«' \ilN nf AiiUurtoti. I-'olkiiiir. an«i IVrciii(r« t4>frt*thi*r «ith divrrs 
othrrs then* n.inHii. iii tUat ('«>iiiit\ ; aiid a« to «hich William dt* (ffiM*lham« 
the kiiiir'« attoriu*^, «a\« tUat Willi.ini «li* W.-irn>n, father «>f thi* afort^aid 
Karl. ha«i thc afon*vtiil warn^ii aiid rUari* in tU«' afon*«aid vilU through 
encnNi«-Uiii«-nt up'»n tU«- U>r«i Kinir II«*nr>. fatUtT of tUe tiien Kinir, and the 
afure^id llarl }«'t UmUI* tU«ni Uy «ron^^ul «N-rupation, to the damage of tbe 
loni thi* Kinir of l.(NN)/i. Ati«vi(T wa* ina<U> Uv thi* EarU who callrd 
up«>n the Kinir to 1n* Ui^ lA.trnuity, .imi aAi'n«ani5 in thc octav«*« uf Si. 
Martin, ( iHtU Nov.) at ('UuU(-«t«T, tU«* afon-^^id Ilarl rame and «avs that be 
has in Worth, (*u(kti«-M .i!i«l DitrUUnir, Um park«. aiid atk* if the KioK 
claini« an\ thtiiir in tUr »ani«> |»ark'«. Ti> uUirU a]i»««r «as maiU* that tbe 
Kinir cUiiiii^ti UittUiiiL' at tUat tnii«* in tUoM- park« ; and the |-jirl set fi»rth 
hi« njrht to tUo««' fr%tirhi<M-« a« U*u.jr pnor to tln* tiiiM* of Kiiur Hennr. 
Sii knij(lit« .iiid •!! lor.U *»( \\\U uon* tU«*n cUo««*n. U\ the c«>n«ent of tbe 


King*s aitorney, William de Heure, and of the said Earl, who gave their 
verdict in favour of the Earl, as Lelonging to the honour and barony of 
Lewes. They found also that in the vill of Adburton as much as was of 
the fief of William de Briouze, and likewise in Lindfield as much as was of 
the fee of the Archbishop of Canterbury, thc aforesaid Earl had not nor 
claims to have chace or warren. So that, with these exceptions, it was 
adjudged that the King should take nothing by his brief, and that John de 
Warren, Earl of Surrey, on this score should be without day. 

On the Hundred Rolls are copies of an inquisition respecting the manor 
of Newenham in the hundred of BuUington, com. Oxon. 7 Edw. L, at tho 
time of its being held in dower of the Countess of Aumale by Sir Robert 
Agulon and Margaret Countess of Devon and of the Isle, his wife, to this 
effect : The jurors say that the manor of Newenham is held of the King in 
capite by serjeanty, as they believed, and the service of the Chamberlain- 
ship, and that for the manor of Newenham and other lands he who is 
lineal heir will have of right the third key of the receipt of the lord the 
King. And they also say that the lord thc King in times of old gavc the 
manor with the appurtenances to Sir William de Courcy, and so the manor 
had desoended from heir to heir, and that Sir Robert Agulun now holds 
the manor in dower with Margery his wife, whom one of the heirs had 
previously espoused. Also the manor has attached to it several franchises, 
namely, view of frankpledge, infangthief, and gallows to cxecute judgment 
upon him who should be taken with stolen goods within the manor ; also 
fines for breaches of the assiseof bread and beer, and for shedding of blood, 
with hue and cry within the manor, and every other franchise save what 
belongs of right to the crown. Also the lord had park and warren and 
the water of the Thames, with the bank from Bunselokc as far as the mill 
of Stokgrave. The jurors also say that Sir William (misprinted Galfri- 
dus) de Courcy, son and heir of William de Courcy, gave to the lord 
Abbot of Abingdon and to thc convent the advowson of thc church of 
Newenham, and two parts of all the tithes of the same manor, exccpt hay, 
and one virgate of land with the appurtcnances, which is callcd La Wikc, 
with the water and the meadow belonging to it, and a certain meadow 
which is called Koumede, from Hockday (thc second Tuesday after Easter) 
until thefeast of St. Peter ad Vincula (1 August), and aftcr that day to rcvert 
to the lord of Newenham. And the lord Abbot was bound to give to 

CAMD. 80C. h 


the mowm on th^ cliy of mowinfir thi» m<Hi(low of the lord t\erm prae», 
an<l on ttuit day thi*y won* of rifrht to fan* upon the bott •bfrp, Mre one, 
an<l th«* MTond l)0«t rhiv«r : nnd al.«o th«* nu>n who cuttomarily rmkfd up 
thr hav iuto ««m-L^ w«*r«' «•ntitUNl to fan* iii like luanmT. 'Vhv nam^t of thr 
neviTal fnv tciiant«* f«iUo>K, with thc i{uaiititi«*^ of Uml hcld by e«i*h, aod tbr 
•eniiv and n*nt4 dm* to Sir Kobcrt A^lon, among wbom Adam d# U 
Pi*iini* h«'hl four vinrati*** of lanil tiubj«Kt t«) «uit of court only in lim of all 
iK'r\i«v, whi<h Manrar«*t d(* U(*vit*r* luid (ri^«*n to Uicbard df* la IVnne in 
frank inarriaflr with Klcanora, hi* wif«>, whoM.» bfir thc «ame Adam wa«. 
Hy tciuints in \a«<ailair«* 38 nHxlt of Un<l \K(>n' hcld at th(* will of the lonl, 
and th«*n> werr 17 cottarii at will, b(*«id«*5 othcr!» ^aIui paid rcnta in monry or 
fowlt or both. Thifi mannr in thc tiim* of William the Conqtirror wat 
bt*lon;rtn^ to Uirhard «!«• Courry. Baron of C*ourry-»ur-I>ivi» in Normandy, 
and af\«*r hi^ d«*ct*aM* wa^ a]>{M>rtion«*d to hi^ «o^^ond ton, Wilitam d# 
(*oitri*v. who bv iuarriii(r«* with Kiunuu (Liii(rbt4*r and beimi of William «W 
FaUiM*. artiuir«*tl th(* inanor of Stokr. cotn. S(mM*rM*t, the nite of a catiW, 
th(* <-.i{mt <rf tbt* birony wbich wai inh«Titt*ti by hi« di*»cendanta, now cor* 
niptly writtfn Stokt»jnir^*y. Of bi« irift th(» .nbU^y of Abinfrdon, under the 
in\o<'atit)n of .*^t. .M.irv. nc({uinil tb<* rhun-h of Niwcham, otherwi«o New* 
enb.-iin, <l«tli<\it«>tl to .\I1 Saint», with th«* frlcU* aml tithe and a fither)*, to 
whit h hi« «4111 .•in«l bt-ir <»f th<< Mine nanic .ifblcd the iiteadow and paatanp, 
with tlif rt»un«M-l aiidL'<»<xlwiU <»f Uolwrt df (.*<iur<y, hi« bnithrr. thr n*piitrd 
ftKinib r of tht* niinn(*rv ttf C\innin;rton. i>f wbi«-h th«* IUr««rti .^larv wai 
|iatr«tn. in tht* \i'-:iiity of thf \ill. whi«h (rn%<> naine to tiie htindrrd ia 
whith thr <\\«tl«' of .'^ittiktrourcx wa* *ituatf.* 'I'h«' hein*«4 of thi« illu»- 

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trious family has bcen named abovc, but this manor never dcsccnded to her, 
as hcr mother, Gundrcda de Warrcu» held it in dower during her life, 
which was prolonged beyond that of hcr daughter, as we learn from this 

the nal of the Bithop, in whose diocese the castlo of Coarcy wm situate» and Serlo, abbot 
of St. Evroult, had been conBecrated biahop of that see on the 22nd June, 1001 ; the other 
witnev wat the abbot of Durton-upon-Trent. 

Undcr the rubric ** De deoinu ejuadem ville ^* the narraUvo is thus continucd : ** Non multo 
poat vero tomporo predicttu abbaa cum eodem Willelmo do duabua supraacriptis poroionibua 
deoime lermoncm habuit, et dc quadam piacatione, quo Anglic^ nominatur Sutiswere, 
quatinut et iatam cum prcdicta donatione ecclcaio Sancte Marie et sibi condonarct. De hia 
quoque rebus, dum abbaa le intromitterot apud cundcm virum, per viginti marcaa argenti 
fincm fccit, ita ut ipse conccssum cum litteris sigillatia Regia pro&ti (Henrici) de omnibiui 
jam dictis donationibus requireret, ct requisitum Abbendoniam deferct, et dio fostivitatis 
Romani Rothomagensis archiepiscopi (23 October) coram omni convontu monachorum et 
prosentia horum hucorum super altare sancte Marie offerrct, Willolmi Rogis cameraril, 
Wini ct multorum aliorum. Et misit ipse Willclmus dapiferum suum, Goisfrodum, ct 
saisavit inde ecclesiam et abbatem pcr Willdmum Collerarium. PtscaUoni adjaccnt xvii. 
acre telluris. Que tali ipse abbaa decretione monasterii officinis locavit ; capellam prodicte 
ville cum rebus suis universis edituo. Duas vero decimo dominii partes elomosinario» 
Piscariam ccllerario imperUri curavit.^^ 

Under the rubrio '* Conflrmatio Rcgis Henrici" we read as foUows: " Henricus Rox 
Anglorum Roberto opiscopo Lincolnio et Willehno vicecomiU de Oxeneforda ct omnihus 
baronibus Francis et Anglis de Oxenefordscira, salutem. Sciatis quod concodo Sancta 
Marie de Abbendona et monaohis ejusdem loci perpetuo habondam occlesiam do Neweham 
ot terram et decimam totam ipaius manerii, et alia que ad ipsam ecclesiam pertinent, et 
piseariam cum omnibus sibi pertinenUbus, sicut Willelmus de Curci, dapifer mcus, cis 
dedit et conoessit. Testibus Rannulfo Episcopo Dunolmcnsi ct Rogoro Digod per Goiffre- 
dum Peccatum apud Comeberiam in die Sancti Luce Evangeliste (18 October.) 

Thia royal ooncession ia of earlier date than the batUe of Tenchebray, fought on Satur- 
day, the eve of St Miehael, 1107, when Robert, Duke of Normandy, was made prisoner 
by Waldrio, the King^ cliaplain, qui militibus sociatus in certamine constitit, Chancellor 
of England in 1108, and afterwards ordained Bishop of Laon by Pope Pasclial at Avignon 
in 1109, which diocese he held about three years, up to the 25th April, Friday in Easter 
woek, 1112, whcn he was assassinated in the cloisters of his eathedral. Woodstock, 
Combury and Whichwoo<l were the names of the demesne forests of the King in Oxford« 
shire at the time of the Survey in Domesday, and the park of Combury was doubUess in 
the vicinity of Woodstock. Under the rubrio *' Carta Henrici Regis de diversis rebus quaa 
abbas Faricius adqoisivit,'' we havc again this recital : ** Et ecclesiam de Niweham cum 
terra sibi pcrtinente et decimam ejusdem ville et unam piacariam cum rebus sibi perUnen« 
tibus, sicut Willelmus de Curceio predicte ecclesie dedit in elemosina ; ^^ which charter haa 

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PIlEFACE. liii 

villam de Newenham, quam Gundreda de Warrenna tenuit in dotcm, et 
que est hereditas partibilis inter Johannam uxorem Hugonis de Nevilla et 
Margaretam uxorem Falkasii de Breaut^, et eam salvo custodiat doncc inter 
eas partita fuerit per preceptum domini Ilegis, salvis executoribus testa- 
mcnti ipsius Gundrede catallis, que ibidem habuit ad faciendum inde 
rationabile tcstamentum suum. T(e8te) R(icardo) Sarum Episcopo apud 
Westmonasterium \\. die Decembris." 

The last mention of Alice de Courcy occurs on the Close RoII 18th 
John 1216, where is a letter to the sheriff of Gloucesterehire, datcd at 
Cirencester, 2nd day of September, letting him know of the King*s grant to 
Alice de Curcy, the wife of Warine Fitzgerald, of the manor of Dumham- 
cnell (Down- Amney) with its appurtenanccs, which had becn that of John 
des Preaux, together with all the chattels which had bcen those of the afore- 
said Warine in the said manor, for her support, and cnjoining him to causc 
hcr to have scisin thercof. Warine Fitzgerold was prcsent at the confer- 
cnce at Runnimede on the 15th day of Junc, 1215, on the side of the 
King, but his name is among those of the barons who swore to obcy the 
mandate of the twenty-five barons chosen as conscrvators of Magna Charta. 
Thc foUowing Lettcr Close fumishes proof of his adherence to the barons, 
and is on the Roll of the seventeenth year of King John, and bears date at 
Rochester, 25th day of Novembcr, 1215. 

" Castrum. Rex Johanni Marescallo salutcm. Mandamus vobis quod 
committatis Priori de Stokes terram Warini filii Geroldi in cadem villa de 
Stokes, retento in manu nostra castro cjusdcm Warini, quod habuit in 
eadem villa, ita quod exitus et proventus ejusdem tcrre cedant in usus ipsius 
Wariui per manum predicti Prioris, et ne ipse Warinus aliquam jacturam 
vcl dampnum habeat in predicta tcrra benc conccdimus quod ipse Prior 
ponat tres vel quatuor dc hominibus suis in predicto castro una cum hiis 
qui cx parte nostra in co sunt, qui tcrram prcdictam protcgant ct dcfendant, 
et vos providatis quod castrum illud ad opus nostnim salvo custodiatur. 
T(este) me ipso apud Roflfam xxv. die Novcmbris." 

The Priory of Stokcs was a cell to thc monastcry of Lonlay, in the 
diocese of Lc Mans, but in a tcrritory anncxed by William the Conqucror 
to the Duchy of Normandy, and of thc foundation of William de Bcllemc 
in 1026, who was then lord of this tract and owner of sevcral castlcs in 


Noniian«iy. To tlii» abboy VVilliani de FalAiiC and G^a hU wUr ga«e 
thi' rhitrrli of Su Aiidn^vk of Stoket, aa appeart hy Martiirt citracU out of 
thc iimiiinuiitt of Eton Collogis a» quoied by Taniier in hirt NoUtia Mo» 
naiitica, \u 46H, notr h, and the (rranta of Williaro de Courey and Hufh dt 
Nrvill wi*n* men' coiifimution« of the ori^final foundation. At the time oC 
the tuney by William Uu* Conqueror, William de Falaite held of the lung 
in S>in«TK>t \\\v mMutr^ of Stoche, Otona, and Wortpring, of which the Uil- 
tuinuMl u At of tht: fraiik-marriafre of \\\» wife, i\w daiighter of Serlo de Borri ; 
th«* maii«)r of Otone iii Wootton-Courtanay, in the hundriHl of Carhainplofi. 
\\\ lAtter ( lo9K*, «UtiNl at Corfe, IG July, 1:216, addretted to AUn de 
l)4M*lan(l, h<* wa<i infonne«l that the King had committed the rill of Sloket 
(*uny to William Hriworns hit lord, and enjoining him to take that Uud 
iiitii hi<t lonl\ liantU ; and of the tame date i^ a l<«etter Pateot to ibe frre 
tcii.iiit« aiul otliem uf Stokivurry of Warine Fitagerald, biddiiig tbem know 
of iiw^ ( U(it(Miy, aiid cnjoininff them to ol>ey the tame WtUiam in ercrything. 
Am to th«* «-asth*. onlor had U^en sent for itt dtmtruction ftHir davt earlier. at 
wi* lt*ani froiii tlii» l>*ttiT Fatetit. 

**K«*x priori <le Stokc Curcy et llcrvvico IMet talutem. MantUmut %ohu 
()u<m1 cu<»truiii (U* Stoke CuiTy i»ine dilatione dirrui et |H»iutuf pnitti^mi fact- 
ati<i. Kt in huju«, etc. iicri fecimiu. T(ette) me i|ito apud Corfam lii* 
(hf.lulii aiino rc^ni m»tri xviii'." 

In anothcr lx*ttcr Clote, (Uted at llerrfonh 26th July, addretted to 
llfiiry Fiti Count, he lett him know of hit luvinir cummitted to WilUam 
Hriwrrrr tlie manor of Stoke Curcy with Wootton and all ita appurle- 
nancet, whirh had becni tht* property of Wahne Fiti|rrrold, and wamt him 
not to intermtMldle with thc aforetaid Undt. The vrar of thete teverml 
nnltT^ «at thc la^t of hi» reifrn, and of their beiii^ ex(xruted we may tafeljf 
doubt at thc moment of a (rrncral inturrection, which would have pUced a 
h%iil phncr, «oii of thr Kin^ of Francr, u{Km hit throne, had iiot death 
trmiinatc><l hi» da\» on the 19th day of (Vtobcr foUowiii» at Newark. In 
thi^ int«TvaI of tinir Knitr John appeart tn ha\e forted a nurru;;e hetneen 
hi« fav(»4ihte, Falca«iU4 <!«* Hn*aute, and Marynirrt «U Iie% icrt. fUu|fhter and 
prr«umptive hcirrt* of her father, Wahne llti^erahl, at appean bj tht 
followifur entry u|>oii tht» KolU of l^XtvT% Clote of the fint yrar of Iktiry 
111. within lett than a month after hit father*t dcceate i^ 


** Mandatum ett Vicecomiti Sumenete quod &ciat habere Falkesio de 
Breaut£ plenariam Baisinam de manerio de Stokeicurcy cum pertinentiis quod 
contingit uxorem suam, quam habet de dono patris domini Regit. Datum 
ut superius proximo, id eit, t(e8te) W(illelmo) Marescallo Justiciario Anglie 
apud Bristollum xiii die Novembris." 

On the Charter Roll 1 John, 1200, there is a copy of a charter of King 
John dated at Porchester, 98th day of April, in the first year of his reign, 
reciting a conYention made between William de Vemon, Earl of Devon, and 
Hubert de Burgh, the Ktng*8 Chamberlain, in regard of the marriage of 
Joanna, younger daughter of the taid earl, whom the said earl had given to 
be a wife to the aforesaid Hubert at the request and with the goodwill and 
assent of the King. By it the earl asaigned to hi8 eldest bom daughter the 
caput of his honour in Devonshire, with the Castle of Plympton, as hers by 
right of primogeniture, and with a reasonable portion belonging to her of 
his inheritance ; and to Joanna, his younger daughter, the entire Island of 
Wight, and Christchurch, com. Hants, with a reasonable portion belonging 
to her of his inheritance. Then follows this saving ckuse : ** Idem vero 
comes fecit memoratum Hubertum capere homagium baronum et militum 
suomm de Insula salva fidelitate Domini Regis et ipsius Comitis ; salva 
etiam fidelitata heredis masculi, si forte heredem masculum habuerit de 
uxore sua ; salvo etiam dominio et saisina ipsius Comitis in vita sua de om- 
nibus terris et feudis suis. Si vero contingat ipsum comitem heredem mas« 
eulum habere de uxore sua, tunc remanebit eidem Huberto Ix libratas terre 
et feuda decem miiitum in maritagio cum predicta Johanna in loco compe« 
tenti.** This contingency actually occurred, and the birth of his son and 
heir will have been subsequent to this date ; thus proving that the marriage 
with Margaret Fitzgerald subsisted up to the year 1216, as otherwise the 
age of puberty would not have been reached by the husband. The registcr 
of the Abbey of Ford correctly fixes the time of his deoease on the first day of 
September, 1216, loaving an only son, Baldwin ; so that in this space of one 
month and nineteen days, between the Ist of Scptember and 19th of October, 
his widow, Margaret, had been compelled by the mthless tyrant to marry his 
favourite against her will, in her weeds, and without her father'8 consent. 

Within a few months after the accession of Henry III. Warine Fitzgerold 
quitted the party of the Barons, and retumed to his allegiance, as appears 
by these Letters Close on the RoU of the first year of his reign : — 


'• Rix Viioooniiil Oxonio Mlutcm. Sia* quoil Warinui filiuf Gerc^ili 
rctliit nd tiiifiii «t M'nirium iiuHtnim. Kt iii«H) tibi pn ctpimut quod mim» 
(iiliiti«>ii«> plt^n.uii (i H.ii>in.-im halK^re fariaii iU* umnibuH tfiris <»ui<i iu ballta tua 
ini<l(* )>riu*> (ii<*<«4i»itu«( fuit. Kt (|ium) tigiilum non habutmus Hat lttt«*rat 
•iiu^illo ti«l«'li'« un^tri Coiniti'» \V(ill('lmi) Man»5(*aUi fiH-imut Hi^llari. TlcMr) 
nu* ip**o ii)>u(i Notiutrcliam \i' dit* .Innuarii )M*r C^omittnn \V(tllc*lmum) Ma- 
n*«t4'nl1uiu. I^tMiom iiKxio nrribitur \'irivumitibu!* Norhamtonte, Sumenet^», 
WiltcMin*, WanMiri, I,iu(*olni(*, Ll>uraci. IWtiffoniie. Ilertfordie, Etsriir, 
et (iloure-^tric. !'( (•'•ti* ('o<lciu ). * 

TIkj liattlr of Linctilu, foujrht un .Situniay in Whiti»un^efk, Junr ^l, 
l:JI7. airaiu^t Priiicc I.cvki-* and tlic Banm*. uan woti rhiefly throu|rh thc 
bravorv <»f lalka^tiu- «h* Hrcautc, wh(» furcc«i hi*» way iiito the beiiicf(vd 
ca**t!(', uhicli '>till ht M out for thc Kiu^. an<i. thou^^h takcn pn»4»m'r in a 
«:illy fntiu thc fi»rtn'«»«, hi» knitfht!4 and l>uumcn *>u(*ce<ti«*il in cfliTtinir bit 
rc^cuc. 'n»c n))))r«^( h of thc royal army, uhich enlemi the to^Df wa» 
fullo\\c«l bv a -iit-tdv Nicturv, iiianv of thc B:ir«in«» and thc Cumte of I\Trhc 

• I • • • 

haMu^' f.illcu iu th«' Uittlc, ami HolH^rt 1'itzwaltcr and uther« btnnfr inatic* 
pritoucr''. Ili'» -«»r\ict*H on thi* tHca-i<m ucn» amply n-wanleti by di\eri 
jrraiit!» «»f «-u^tt^dy an«l wani*hi)> ; an«i «>n thc Oth of IS'pt<"mber fuUowing a 
I^tttr ('1(>!M\ wiinc?%M«i bv th(* Kurl'» at ('hert»<*v. wa» tcot to the 
ShcntT «»f I.iiicoln^lun'. cnjouimj hiin to < au*e hi^ IhIomhI aiid faithful Fai- 
kn-i»i- t\i' Hr. .luif to h.i\«* t!u' lan<i of \ rcbv. wilh it-^ appurtiiuiu • «. which 
wa* tJn- fr:r..K-M! 'riM;'c «>; !.i% uit*i'. a» H.ihiuiu, *«>u of thc Karl of thc I*le, 
Iiad lul«l it. .1* !.» . t!*ni.«(l. Thc niau«>r of lrb\. iu the huiuinHi of HraJWv, 
iii tbc n iirii <»f ll(nr\ I. xsa» jwnd of tb«' baronv of William Mcfchinr*, 
brollu r «"f H.innul|.|i XIcMhinc-^, I^arl of ( b«'*t«T, hi* tcniin* c(»n>i»tinjr of 
thr««' rarru» atf atj«l foir lK)\.itc* in Irb\, auil oiic (arnicat** aud thrrf* U*- 
v.iti >» !u (■o..ri». ui Hr.ul!( \ \«.i|>4'ntakc. .ii • orduip ti» a « (»ntciu|H>nir^ ntonl, 
('«»tl. MS. ( lau«Lu- ( . \. H\ hi- in.iriiair» \*ilh («cilia «h* Homeilh. iitU t*f 
tlu- hoiiMur ot Ski|t«.u. l.« h.ui a (laivhii r, .\\i(;a(ic Hotucilli. \»ifc !i.'*t of 
\\ i!!;.ini l*.i\n«ll. l.or*i ot Iruhaiu, ( ►lu. ai.«i I)r;n, « oui. IJnjr^ bv 
\fth><in "l.c l.ail au onl\ li.ii ;:!i!( r. .\(!( Ik la. an<I Mri>nillv («f W illiaiii tU" 
(*our« \. • f Siok«'< « urc\. n.uiHii .iImix,-, li\uij in I It»**, \*l;cu. iii thc (arta ««f 
Hi»li» :t «li (iriiii. tlu" M I ou(i«i ««f her (Lui;:hlcr \«lch«i.i aud in l»«-r 
ni»bt )-•»•« •►'.«•d i»f thi' boiiour of hcr f.ithcr, tl.«* t« lum in «i«)v»cr i* thu* 
(h-M rilHHl ;— .»• A^i'*^, matcr Wdlfluu de C'uni,teuct fixMia duurum iu;litiuiu " 


Through thia marrage the manor of Irby and an extensive honour in Lin- 
colnshire, as also the manor of Harewood, com. Ebor., derived from her 
mother, descended in the line of the family of Courcy to the heiress, Alice 
de Curcy, named above. There is also a Letter Close on the same roll to 
this efiect : — 

** De dote. Mandatum est Roberto de Cardinania quod nisi Comes de 
Insula sine dilatione plenariam seisinam faciat Falkesio de Breaut6 et Mar- 
garete uxori ejus de rationabili dote que ipsam Margaretam contingit per 
Baldwinum de Insula, quondam virum ipsius Margarete et filium ipsius 
Comitis, tunc dotem suam eis habere faciat sine dilatione secundum con- 
suetudinem regni Anglie. Et quum, etc. Teste ipso Comite apud Oxoniam 
XX die Februarii." 

William de Vemon, Earl of Devon and the Isle, was deoeased on the 
tenth day of September, 1217, and custody of his lands in Devonshire was 
granted to Henry de Pont Audemer by Letters Close directed to the 
Sheriff of Devon 12th Nov. following, and in other counties to Ralph de 
Wilitona ; and by other Letters Close of the 9th April, 1218, his lands in 
Middlesex and Surrey were committed to Falcasius de Breaut^. In the 
same year he obtained the custody of the infant heir of the Earl of Devon, 
with the castle of Plympton, and also the third penny of the county of 
Devon, as William, Elarl of Devon, had been accustomed to receive it in 
the name of his Earldom, together with the arrears from the time in which 
the custody of the same heir had come into his hand by the King's precept. 
In the course of this second year of Henry III. Warine Fitxgerold was 
deceased before the 27 th May, 1218, on which day the King received the 
homage of Falcasius de Breaut^ of all the land which had been his in the 
several counties named above, being inclusive of the castle of Stokecurcy 
and the fiefs of sixty knights. Eventually, his outrageous conduct in or- 
dering his knigbts, lodged in the castle of Bedford, to seize upon the King'8 
Justioes in Eyre, who in their session at Dunstaple had amerced him for 
divers spoliations, which resulted in the capture and imprisonment of Henry 
de Braybroc in the castle of Bedford, which the garrison refused to deliver 
up to the King, unless they had an order to that effect from their lord, 
caused such indig^ation in the monarch^s breast that not only was the 
castle besieged, but the Archbishop and all the Bishops with lighted candlet 
exconununicated the said Falcasius and all who were in the castle. Siegre 



who, bj reajKHi of hin haviii^ ukpn the crofls, disniitsed him, mhm he 
•traitway M*t out on a joumvy to Hottu» in conipany wtth Robert P towl gwf ^ 
his cWrk. In En^lanil the I^^at«> Otho had in irain inti^rccded for hia 
n>fitoration to thf* royal favour, when^fons ha?in^ dinpatchMl hb aCiirt ii 
thr Court of Romc, hv ha?«ti*nrd to n*tum to Kn^land, bnt fiiHin^ tick oo 
hiii joumpy he endeii hx^ flafritious lift* at St. C*iriac tn I^ngnedoc ta tKr 
rouFM» of the follouinjr year.* 

In the Ti*nUi de Ne\ ill. roni. \Vilti**«rira, nre thc**» entrim, •• Hnndmliiiii 
de Crirkelade. MArfreria de Hiftariis i**X de donafione R(*yntH cat iDaritaiidA : 
Mar^reria <ie Hi|>ani-« t(*net vilhiu de (*ncklade cie cameraria I)<Mnini Rqria 
ad Searcarium. Kadfin Manreria teiirt villani de S(*renhampton cum prr- 
tin(*nrii!i de domiiio Hetre \n*r (^riMiirtuni titT%inum. ()ionia« llerfoni 
Matrna. Marcvria d«' Hiparii<* teiirt in eadmi feixhitn unint milili* de 
llomin* de \V.iliiiirf«'nl. K^dfni Marjri-ria tt-nrt Newcnham pro uno froiio 
militi!*. Kbomm. I)«* h<iiiur«' d<> ('iiri'\. Marir«'ria de Heilreirrii» fe«idum 
uiiiuH inilitiM «-t dinnilii iii IIan'>ft04Ml.'* 'Ilu* ra^tle f>f Stoke C(4in:*T, 
\V<Mittoii, llartham cotii. \ViIt<>, aiwl a niiiict^ of the IIoixNir of Cotirrr* 

« • 

had l»e(*n m'\en*.l frorn thr han»ii\. h«-ld riitiji' h\ her late hu^band, and 

w « 

na*» at thi^ «l.ite tr.iiiofernd to lli»;rh di* Nitill, the l*roti»foni»tt*r of 
Kn^^land. and hii^haiid nf J«Mn di- Coriihill, h«'r iitfrine »i«tiT. to whom 
Kmtr IIinr\ III. irraiit«il fniNiarnii in hi» iiianor i*f Stnk«''-Courrv, br 
chartrral \Vr»tn»iii*ti r. 1**^1^ .\|"nl. l:^.^. I'n»m hiin it d«>M-fDd«'<i to John dr 
N«*\ill, hi« ««•II and h«'ir. al-o IVotntun «.tiT. hn«!».ind of lla«i«ia, dau|(htrr 
f»f Hi4M*rt <ie CoiirtcKtT. |i:iriiii (it* (>.ikhatn|*ti>n. (oiii. l)«-\on, «ho had «ith 
her in fmnkinarna;;e t\»«'nt\ hhrat«-* i>f latid out «.f th»- iiianor of \Volr«dua 


coin. Hu< k«. Ilie dcath i't* .hihn *\r N(\i!! tiM>k |>Ia«e iti the inonth crf* 
JuiM*. Ilf4t). whoM* illii««« \»a!» th«' « ffci t ot" i:r^*<^at hl* ('on«l«*ninali(m to thc 
pa\ttient (ff l*(Hm tiiark« for \3niMi'» tr.iii^vrv-.on^ in hi^ otfire of formtrr. 

* huff^taJ* (*itt>i lul>« U%M \u ^rtpt.i ••( WU «• i.« !«• Iir«a'it«*. n..-«i ni»t«*l llrpAAl, mitjb 
% niuArk llaAl \tr- ItJ^i a •lA»i;tii«-r 'alt«>t K*>. m..,'. t »ifr to |.c«l««n »1* Jtcvunh. 
I' v of Nunb\\Alr«. •>*ifii: m ll «• Mi*.-^- r.. Il..«. r 1 i\;tJ r\Jk. Ij I>a»..1 rfwrll. |> ?^15. 
T • •^liti<^tt «>f tK*t »• rk. I T r 1 . t 1. !.i !•<• rl.t ■ .{ • • f 1 )m «• ■«n Jk|i J^ rwxrth. trrrai \ ia 
r. 1 '. iik th'-« «••rU " h^ Lk-l .Mw*- *% t .• . - .« «.f< J<aii. lUuctttrr i> KiOff J«4ia *d 
Knicl »t. i, .•r\* ■«•n •al!»'! I>k»'il « *... aft. r« ^r )• «li- • ««-t 1 .:> tt*< l*nt»« i|«iil« «if Wft|«« ; 
aii I • ltn^-K*.r i.An.«>l (i.^i.lf* »1. > ^* *• ii.Arr.< t !•• *^.r lUi{ )i M- nin.* r " ||rft««'. if lA^ro 
fhmt M<«iM ••ll«r ««lait.te. tltja »fi!«r u» r«Mk'ii «•• «li» i« l.t U*« rw tfc>n ui lUa «*• wf Ul-Mf 


According to Matthew Paris he breathed his last at his manor of Wethers- 
field in Essex, and had interment in the abbey church of Waltham, near 
the sepulchre of his father, leaying his wife surviving, and two sons, Hugh 
and John de Nevill, under age. On the Fine RoU of the SOth year of 
Henry HI. is an entry with the King'8 teste at Woodstock on the 28th day of 
August after his decease, notifying that John de Courtenay, his brother-in- 
law, had made fine with the lord the King for 2500 marks, for having the 
custody of the land which had been that of John de Nevill, and which had 
been in the King*s hand until the full age of the heirs of the same John, 
together with the maniage of the same heirs, and enjoining Henry de 
Wingham, the escheator, that having taken security for the payment of the 
said fine at certain fixed terms,he should cause the same John de Courtenay to 
have full seizin of all the lands with the appurtenances, and of the castle of 
Stokecurcy , which had been those of the aforesaid John de Nevill, and which 
had been in the King's hand. On the RoU of the 48th year of Hen. HI., 
1263, is this entry pro Johanne de Curtenaj. *< R(ex)perdonavit Johanni 
de Curtenay c libras de fine cccclxvi /t. quem fecit cum R(^e) pro custodia 
et maritagio Hugonis filii et heredis Johannis de Neville habenda. £t de 
residuis ccclxvi libris concessit ei quod reddat R(egi) per annum ad scac- 
carium R(egis) xl marcas, &c. donec predicte ccclxvi IL R(egi) persolvantur. 
£t mandatum est Baronibus de Scaccario quod predictum Johannem de 
predictis c li. quietum esse et eidem terminos predictos habere et sic fieri et 
irrotulari faciant. T(este) R(ege) apud Windesoram xxiii die Decembris." 
In the following year the battle of Lewes, fought 15th day of March, placed 
the King in the power of the rebel Simon de Montfort, £arl of Leioester, 
and at the foot of a letter patent committing Dover Castle to the cuotody 
of Henry de Montfort, son of the £arl, with the King*s teste at West- 
minster, 28th day of May, we read in the Roll per Regem et R(obertum) 
Aguilon.* Hugh de Nevill, and his brother John de Nevill, warmly 

* In the Roll of Arms compiled in Ihe reign of Henry III., mccxl — mocxlv, we read, 
** Robert Agulon porte de goules ov ung fleur de lis argent,** and " John de Nevill le For- 
rcstier d*or ung bende de gules, crOiflelles noire.** In the 51 st year of Henry III., 1267, 
Robert Agulon exerctsed the office of Sheriff for the counties of Suasex and Surrey for 
three parts of that year and for the firet quarter of the following year, being also govemor 
of Guildford castle. By Letter Patent, dated at Reading, 5th October, 1267, King 
Henry III. granted to Robert Agulon the land which had bcen that of William Marmion, 
«ituatc at Berwick, a parisli in the hundrcd of Long-bridge, rapc of Pevonsey, com. 

Ixii pRKFAre. 

(mibnic<Mi thr faction of thr (Mrty now in powcr, anU thc forrorr wa« mwie 
priiumor at Kcnilworth on thr IM of Au(ru«t, 1205, four dayi* prior to the 
(iU*fi*at aiiti firath of hin n*U*l («•ncicr. llic placc of hit confinenM*nt waa tlir 
cajitlc of Non»ich. fnmi which hc »ucccc<icd in maktn|r hia eacapc; aiid 
hatinfr carricMi on th«> war in thc bchalf of tht* y(»iinfrcr Simon dc MootforU 
in thc Ulc of Aih(»lnM\ for »omc month^, wa» cv«*ntually obli^rt^ to nibRiil 
to th«» KinfT ami place htmm*lf at htii mcrry tn thc w(*ck of C*hnftiiiaa fol- 
Umin<;. Duriiip thc counic of ncxt y«*ar, whiUt tbc royal armj waa 
bi*iii«vi"ir thr cantlc of Kcnilworth, thc Kinir admittcd him to favour op«o 
hi» «ubitcnbin? to thc ccmdtttoiM M*t forth in the fi»llowinf( iniitroaieot, 
whioh 14 coptc<i on a ncht^tiulc attachc<l to thc Holl of I^tem Pateot of ih* 
5Jth \car (»f hi« n*i(rn, 12(i6. 

** l^* lioy mIuc tnt4* ir«*nt. C*umllu;rcdc N«*vilU* m* fu9t ahcr» a S\*iDao 
dc M(mtf«»rt jadin Cuntt* «U* I>«*\i*t*stn*, n(>«tn' «'ticmi c nofktrc f«*lun, e a tea 
«*mpn<i cn t«m!t di* la |ru«*rn* iiuivi(*(Miir(* niiK c lcdii Cuntr a U bataille cntrp 
nuK c li fcnic, c apn*<» l.i iii(»rt ravantdtt Cuntc pun K*ah«-rt a S^tiioo d« 
M(»ntfort, ftx (U* raxantdit Cuiitc, n(M*tn* «'m^nii, f«*«ant nuvclc fni^rrr fti 
noKtn* n-aiiiiM*. K pu^ a H\kcnltch* al No4*llc U* an de no*tre 

HuMM^t ; ftifl U\ thi* «attif Rull nf l>-(trni r»trtil iri «lin-h iht« ^rant i« rntrrr^ w aW mm 
inii|M-titiiu« uf a rliArt«*r u( llut;h •Ir M<irtin»rr, <>/ KirliAnr* CaMi**, nim. llmrAvd, 
«lf*nit«tn)f ti» li<»)*«>rt A);uli*ii lliv aiinujJ rrnt <>f l.J/t., «Iii<-h Wtlliani MAfmiuci, «ao «1 
R4>)>rrt MAniii<in. um*<1 Io r«-ii<l«r t«> hiin out <»f hi« UimU tn W%i;rti»n an<l llrrwir, bavia^ 
thrv «itni<^Mr«, >ir J«>)iii •!<- L«ii<lr, |i.i{M-rt «Ir lir« »«-«, Williain «Ir Kauki^^hjuii, Hmrj <!• 
roinn^. lliiKh IU»fT>. H.-Urt .|r K»kt-fl.-M. K..»*rt r.-akr. W allrr iVrfjtnK», rrfrr «U 
Nr^ill, WilliAni <lr \\}intnnt4>n. W illiani Ir ('••«•■rt. an>l othrr*. Willuuii MannMNi li*4 
fiirfritril thi* mAiiMr tif llrrnkii-k l>% rrgi*«>n <»f hi* a.lhrr«*nrr t<» tlir rrtikllr*! haruCM, Imt tt 
«a» rtfiitiiallv n«l'>rr«l t<» ht« «iin m>.1 hnr. J.>hn .Maniiw.ft. 

* Itirkrr 1» a |ari*li in t)»r hun.lrv«l ..f Kirt.»n. | ^rt* of ll>>iUn.l, I«inr«»lfuliirv, ^y*9$^ 
lMrl«r«ii H.Mt.iti Aii'l Kt.tktriictiAni, an«l il »wi .lout>tU-«w «hiUt lurkini; in «inr «■# lUi <liik«i 
iKftt lliticti •!• Nr«ill, oii •««•itt^ th«- jk|>|'r«u< h of thr r«'«Ai for-*-*, r^mr f«»rth an<l thrpw 
hiimrtf u|">'i thr inrp-^ .if thr Kifii;. Oft th<- iwitiir |*«trfit Kfll !• *l*«t thi» Mtrr iif iIm 
kmi; .m hi* (H»half. tc>*'*> '*" ^l"' ^'i>* 'li>.^ •*>• tlii« •l»«-tuiii. afirr th«- Kinc'* rrtum frnai iIm 
tirigr' ..f Kriiii»urth t<» Wjtr'«i) k, «h« h < ^ir «»iit« •urn it«li n-*! •>!! thr f«-ia«( «>f M. Mafli», 
1 Itii Nxt. f«>ll.>»iiii; 

" K< t • nitllhu* l>*]ll«l« rt f't<t< k:t>it« «Ut* A<*. MtUtrnt. .H«-u»tt« |t|<«l |irrxitm4l«lflilM 

llaiiCoiii '1< NttilU trftii*i;r»««f ii. m. lUAiti ft-* tt fmiiif* tiii< pn^^fiani if<»trmni '\t N«<^«r» 
rt •'■ i|««Aiii > t A*!t-ii>l«>. << •« -.jkiti uliA^.kriJkiii. «1 |'iA irt .|«i.r.^ .a>«< ^in*'f,i |>r«>nt.«l»»lA fnrni, 
r( tir-.iifii |^«iti i.>>»trAf)i >i ;itl> . •■i-.« ««*.ti. ..• Iii • ;.^ u» r* t \* . Ttvta K f )k^- > AIHt^l 

^^ A/l» » M ..'tl «% I.* Ih Jll»lli 


ment cinquaiitieme se meist ravantdit Huge en nostre dit e en nostre 

ordeinement de tote rien, sauve vie e membre e prisun. Nus pur ce que 

Tavandit Huge se mist en nostre dit e en nostre ordeinement a le avaunt e 

en pees se seit tenu e porte sanz mesprendre vers nus, puisqu*il se fiit mis en 

nostre dit, si come avantdit est, li voluns en ceste partie fere grace espe- 

ciale. £ num del Pere e del Fiz e del Seint Esprit recevoms Tavantdit 

Huge a nostre pees, e li pardonums nostre rancur e nostre indignation e tuz 

les trespas qu'il ad fet par encheson de Tavantdite guerre en quanque en nus 

est e a nus apent. Estre ce par le assen e la volonte nostre fiel Robert 

Walerand, a qui nus avums done totes les terres e les tenemens qe furcut a 

Favantdit Huge od le dowere sa mere, quant il escherreit, nous rendoms e 

grauntoms a Tavantdit Huge les maners de Wakeringe e de Wetherfeld od 

les aportenances e od Tavantdit dowere sa mere, quant Tescherrat, od totes 

les aportenances, e od les feez des chivalers qe ele tent ensement en dowere 

e le homage e la servise Phelip Basset, Willame de Fegny, e des heirs 

Robert de Eston, a aver e tenir a Tavantdit Huge e a ses heirs, fesant a nus 

e a nos heirs les deus parties des servises qe Tavantdit Huge deveit tant 

cum il tint les avantdits terres enterement, e fesant les servises qe as autres 

seigneurs apendent; issi neporquant qe Tavantdit Huge se porte ben e 

leaument devers nus e nos heirs desoremais.* E qe Tavantdit Huge 

quitecleime pur li e pur ses heirs a Tavantdit Robert e a ses heirs le chastel 

* Wakering, a parish in the hundred of Rochford, com. Essex, difltinguished firom 
another of the same name by the epithet Magna, Anglici Much Wakering, waa of the 
inheritance of Henry de Comhulle, ikther of Joan, the wife of Hugh de Nevill, the 
Foretter, as we leam from an entiy in the Testa de Nevill, under Hundredum de Roch- 
ford. ** Wakeringa est in manu HugoniB de Neovilla per dominum regem cum filia 
Henrici de Comhulle, et tenetur per servicium uniua militis, et valet xl li. cum stauro.*^ 
Weathersfield, a parish in the hundred of Hinkford, in the same coun^, was of the inhe- 
ritance of the (kmily de Courcy, as we leam from thia entiy on the Rotulua de Dominabua, 
pueris et puellia de Easex, in 1185, 31 Hen. II. under Hundredum de Henigforde. 
** Willelmua filius Willelmi de Curei eat in cuatodia Domini Regia, et per eum in custodia 
Roberti le Poher, et est xx aunomm. Werefeld, terra sua, valet per annum xx libria, et 
dictus Robertus habuit custodiam jam xv annis.*^ By his wife Gundreda de Warren this 
William de Courcy was father of a son of the same name, in ward of his mother as late as 
3 John, 1201-2, wbo is amung the debtors to the crown in Wiltshire on the Pipe RoU of 
that year in 100 marks for having the custody of William ber son, who died without 
issue, and of Alice, wife, first of Henry dc Comhulle, and socondly of Warine Fitz- 


e le nuiMT i\e Stokrcurcj r le« nuuicni de IUdcwe}'e od le HiUMlrNl e 
llArhani od [cn iportenanre», e \v% homap^n e neniceii de S^ison de Grind- 
hATO, F«*1i|)e de C*ohiniher», \Vit«T de lUdle, e det hein Michel de Sptcte*- 
wjk iU*% fivt qtril tenent.* E U*^ qiien^ chastel, mjiiier», hundred e feet 
od let aport4*nAnc<fi uiiit ivomi done a ravaiitdit Hohert pur mm hoiiBa|f« e 
pur »on leal ner^iM* a arer e a tenir a li e a ne* hein de niu e de not bein 
par la terce partie dt* la M»nrice qe lavaiitdit Ilu^ nuA deveit pur tote» let 
terret avantditet. K qe Tavantdit llii^ face a ravantdit Itobert e a tet 
bein tott* la ««nirte qe nu» vodront e qe cv\e I(oh(*rt vodermtv ttai qu*il ne 
ten hein detomuii^ n«* pu<iM*nt chalenf^or nuU* manen* de dreit ni de cletm 
en k*ti avantdit^ chajitcK manen, hurniml e fwi od W aportenancet a toi 
jiin. Kntn* n* nu^ |Kir(lonum4 a Tavantdit IIii^ tott*t let d(>tt4*s qu*il ou 
ancentret nut d«*vfit*nt la meit«*. E di* lautre mcitt* grantomt a li e a 
h«*in t«*mH*)» a pa«*r vint marr«t (>ar an a no«itn* «*vh«*ker. Kn ett nottrr 
<lit donne en c«*lc man«*n* q«* «i l'avantdit Ilitiri* dt^^Mirmai* face chote qe teit 
cncontn* no«tn* fei oii <it* no« h«*ir^ a(M*rt«*fiient c»n qti*tl «m »4*« lM*in mett«*nt 
contencion ott chaU*ii)re «*n 1«*« a%an<lit<( chaAtel, tiun«*rt, huiidn*«l e fi^*^. 
letqii<*l.<« nu<« avum^ doiie a Tavantdit HoU*rt, ti>t«*« le^ a^antditun tem'^ «* 
tenement, U*t qu«*ui nufi avum^ n*ndu a l'a\uiit<iit II 11^*, M'i«*nt a nu* e a 

* Ra(1»»v isa liAmM in thr |iAh«t) <*( C*Annin^i>n, «hiih. «ith Wrrk, » KAml«H. la lh4> 
pariali of Siiik«' rtin'ii, jmrn* m<nil4-r^ rf tit** ll<<n<>ur. Tlif* humlfv.1 **f {'jinutrt^t^n «m 
ipvnt ht KinK Ilrni7 III. !«• thr rl«|fr llu^h A>' Nr>«tU4*. Tlir rhun-h an*! man^ir «•CCAr. 
ainKt«»n li*<l \»fm m*>lp |i*n^-l *•( thi' rn<h'»T>t«-tit •>{ * nunnrr^, ««tjiMi»lml tlK-rr Iv 
Rotirrt «Ir l'ourt*7 in ihr rt-tifii <Y Sti pti<n. Wa'«l |I«riihAm t* * rha|>rlrT in ihr i^kTMh «•# 
C\iOil>r HumH, iii thr hun'lr*<<l lif f .A«i<|>.n An<l < ^l«<-rth. ri,in. WilUi, ar<l la mrnti«>f}r«t id 
the Tr«t» t|f Nr«iU un<lpr thr hi^A^liiit; !'••«» la J>hiniii« •!<■ N* «1!!. in th.»t r>>utit«. ** WAJtrr.t 
«l^ I.iUrUin uiiuni fr«Mlum in Mv M« i:*>ii ; Wiihiinti* (f«-rt«rt ununi {•«••lum in (MpBl«*k ; 
JuhAnn«« «lr Nr«tlU uiium f<«*iiuiii tn llam^ltakin «Ir llciMin* ilr .Sttik«^'un'i.** ()«i«c<irk i» » 
Hunalt in thr Mmr hun-irv->l, ani MtltAin'->um a |iAn*}i in of Kin«ar«ii4«>«»r. Ia 
IIA** K<ii>4Tt ftrrt«>rt !•• 1 1 <'!>•* kn^tit'* fi'f *•( WiUuftm «1<> <'ur«-i. thr •Crwarl, u( thr tJ«l 
imtttttrtil, an<l «f thr r.< » fi«'ftn«-iit ) « hi* f»th«-r M altrr •Ir KiMrUmr hrM tttir kniji^rt 
ftff. Mirl»B«l «Ir S|>K-h«i<* «M th*n a t< n»nt <'f th' (.«r^-nt <>f .Mr«> hinra, th<-fi l>rl.i«ii;ini| 

lo hu tlMvth* r A*iriA il<< K>ill««.ill. .Ml<hA«l «1«' S|>|(h«-»]ik <lH<i •rttol «tf thr m^iNir «il 

M|fM-hr««iirkr, in thr r<<uiit« *>{ l>«-«i>n. i)»inif tutt «»f «^iurt !•> thr mAn«ir nf Stiikrvurp^, !• 
83 VA^. I. «K>«h 4^ KiU. I n 4.'.; rhtli|> «Ir r..lum)<rr«. tn 4.'. Hrn ||| , <lN«i mttM 
«f c«or kni|(ht't ft« f iii llv^nt^^rrr. hrhl «f llu<ch •Ir Nr«iU, *n-l «••rth J«^li 1"/*., tmviMf 
t*titli|i hi* fcrfi ftn>l hrir, Aie«^i '.\.\ irAri, thr |irr*i*n nAmr«i. l|tjQih«rr is a IrthinK «1 tW 
np« |«mh of IjliCtv-k. f>mHr1^« a rliji|<rlr}i l«> StAjkr rurr«. 


nos heifs encoHis, ensement od les feez e od la dowere, quant il escherrat 
E totea celes terres e tenemens somes tenus a rendre a ravantdit Robert ou 
a ses heirs enterement, si cum nus li arions avant done, sanz niil contredit, 
e qe tute nostre grace avantdite seit pur nule e de tut repele. Derechef a le 
requeste cele Huge recevums a nostre pees Johan de Neville, sun frere, qe 
se fut ahers a Tavantdit Cunte en la guerre avantdite, e li pardonoms nostre 
rancur e nostre indignation. E grantoms a l'avantdit Huge le maner de 
Amhale • od ses aportenances, lequel Tavauntdit Johan aveit du don Hiige 
sun fVere, a aver e tcnir de nus e de nos heirs a li e a ses heirs od totes les 

* Arnhale, Arnall, otherwise Amold, U a parish in the hundred of Droxtow, com. 
Nottingham, and by oharter, dated at AVinehetter, 4 May, 1204, King John gavc to 
Hugh de Nevill hiii manor of Emhale, with all the soke and all its appurtenance», and 
with the advowson of the church, to hohl of him and his heirs in fcefarm, rc*ndcring thcre- 
from annually ten poundt by tale, payable at thc Exchequcr of London ; namcly, at tho 
Exchequer of St. Micliacl, and doing the service of the fourth part of thc flcf of onc knight 
for all sertice and demand in that behalf. After the dcath of Tlugh de Nevill it wos Iicld 
by Herbert de Nevill, a youngcr son, by the concesnion probably of hiselder brothcr, Jolm 
de Nevill, wbom he •unived. In the Tetta de Nevill is this entry : *^ Herbcrtus de Nevill 
tenct totam villam do Amball et quortam partcm villo de Wudeburg, pro quibus rcddit 
per annum x libraa.*^ The following I^ctter Patent, on thc RoII of tbe ninetcenth ycar of 
Henry the Third, fully establishes this seizin in contradiction to Tboroton, who supposed 
that Herbcrt waa a misprint for Hugo. " Rcx liberis hominibus tcncntibus terras dc Hcr- 
berto dc Nevilla in Amhale ct in soka, salutem. Rogamus vot quatinus prefato Hcrberto 
domino vestro, qui auxilio no8tro indigct ad sc sustentandum in scrvicio nostro ct ad debita 
iua acquictanda, rationabile auxiliuni benignius impcadatis, ita quod cundcra dominum 
vastmm in hiis, que penes Ipsum habebitis expedienda, promptiorem et bcnigniorcm 
invenire merito debebatis, nosque devotionem vestram, quam erga dominum vcstmm 
geritis memoratum, habere debcbamus ob hoc merito commendatam. T(c8tc) R(ege) 
apud Windsoram vii^ die Junii."" Woodborough is a pariAh adjoining Amall, but in a 
different hnndred, ttiat of Thurgarton, concerning which wo Iiave these cntricii. " In 
Wudeburg est una bovata terre dc dominico Regisdo Amhal, quam Hugo do Nevill tcnet 
infra firmam de Amhal de dono domini Regis Johannis, qui respondct de xxviii t. x d. 
In Oxton eet uua parva bovata tcrre, que perflcit illam magnum bovatam do Wudeburg, et 
debit respondere ad Hcmhal.'^ Oxton is in the samo hundrcd, and thcre wero two 
l)Ovate« in Strelley, anciently of the soke of Amall, rendering iii «., and othcr two in 
Broxtow by the same service of thc same sokc, and onc bovatc in Biiborougb, rendering 
Ttt c/. to the soke of Amall. Strclley and Bilborough are parishcH, but Broxtow, which 
gave namc to the hnndred, was only a chapelry in thc last-named parish. The Htatcmcut 
of Thoroton that Hugh de Ncvill held a fourtli part of n knigbt*a fce in Amali, which 
Hugh de Xevill, his father, held, citingTcsta de Nc>ill, is utterly (ohOj as there 1« no sucli 


\x\i PRBPACB. 

franrhi*4*« q<* jioliTint np^^ndrt» a ivl nuinrn» ilevant U gfiiem aTandite» 
rrntbut a niu «• a no-* hiMrs a nu^trr i'M*hfk«T lc nH*ito dt* U ralue de r^ 
nuiniTi' par t-ti*ntt» par an a tuz jur««. Kn tei^moini* de cette chofe nu» 
avonit tVs nh^ttrt* nostrt* mvI cu rc<>t t*«rrt't cluhU*«% dunt le iin remauiit a le 
avanttht llup» c rautn* a ravantdit UoU-rt. I*ar cen teraioin» Water, par 
U frraci* dc l)«>u t'<\(<}U(* «Ic lUa c <h* \V(lh*«, Ilumfrey de Boun cunte de 
IltTftonl V ch* K"»*«x. Johun «h* Warenuf cunte de Sunfyc, WilUnie de 
Valfncf nntn' fn*n'. Hoi!«t «h» MortcnuT, UogtT de ClilTord, Roger de 
l^*\huni, U(»lMTt Airulon. f autn*«>. Tt^nioint niei inemet, a Kenillewortke» 
le \ intftiuartt* iur «h* Juu, h* au ch' notn* foromim^nt avantdit.'* 

Thi^ (lictuni inc-ich*ntally atte«ts thf preiM*nc«* of Sir Hobert Agulon at 
the «•itvc* of KfuiUorth, and expUin^ the moth* in which the caatle aiid 
nuinor of Stokffuro, \ftith \u tiftV and mmiber^, iA(*re tranvferred to an 
uttiT <>traittr« T in Mo4*«I to thf liuf of it« an(*ifnt |K>ft4e«»orm which tke topo- 
i;r.iphiT «(f Stmifi^ft-^liln* M)u</ht to a«v«»unt for in thi^ ah«urd para|STaph : 
** Aft( r tiif chath «»f thi^ lluirh «If Nf\ill(\ the manor and borou|rb of 
Stoki-M uFf \ ( aiuf to tli«* |M>«M'«^i«in «)f H«>lMTt «h* Wah*rund, wbo va» 
affian«*«^l hy nmrria^''!* to the «aid Ilu^^h (h* Nf vill, and lield tbe Und« 
I i:«U.inl I. * IVkt to th«' 4th «»f lcbruan. 1473, I VAw. I. Robert*! \«a« (If«-(*a«4il \%ithout i<«!>uf, «4 'i /t^d uf thi<% ca«tle and roanor of 
Stok«iun*\. an«l it \»a« found th^t hi* h(*ir wa- UoU^rt, mhi of Willtam 
WahTauil, hrutht*r of tiu* afon*?ai«l UoWrt, an<l thcn uf tlu* afre uf M*\en* 

•btri. An<l II i,;ti •!• NVmII IuI rio ••.n ••{ tlut uxm*', <>n tUr Finr 1^41. )«• Ifm. ||I., 
l .'1''-. >• *'•** 3it •litr;» , }-r>i II* ri« it>* •!«■ N« » iM. iti thr««- »>»rU : ** (^uiA r-uiMlitit iir|Ki q«M4 
J<'I(Aii!.<* •!• S>i..i ,:t t.t» •(!% !'^A«.t ||,-r{-* .'^•» •!'■ N««ill ruatuiluiin trrrp H brrtdva 

\\ •!! ':- I !i N> « ','.*, |M' f.t ri tt.tnu i|>«;i.* J^. It.ti.;i:«, KaIn litlAm • t trlirfl>4Mn •*i|U« *4 

!«..(' '. t. . • '.•* '.I 1; •• r'M-i I > r« 1 itit tiiiiJk < i'ii» «-ifruitflrni, nuiiulAtuai ••( 
||t tif. ■• • • \\ .i.^'. kii •;(•'» at-r. «11 • i.i • ••'iiiiJitu ^um-t*-. •{Utial 4r ru«to4«a |*mlM*|urum 
l«rr« «tt.^ri {i-i<.!<'ii H> r' • r*^ I !• ti.tni •• i«iiikm lulirn> 1*< ukiit rum «mini)>ii* cmi«ll» K 
pr ? '•!>« ■ • I '' ii< ' i t':r» . .«•:.!.*. •(•lari I • uUui • jj.i f«-«'t r^tut in in*iiuQi Rripft. Tmtm 
K« iT' k| '• i W .. ■. .V L«iii tiL>ii: «if .\ii|('i«ti.'* \Vi;.i.tru •!• \r«itl «m |*n4j*Mf •nutbrr 
tr *)■• - w>'. • I.'. 1 .... '• ■• 4*1«' -■%<i, X \\*r\»l. 1:1 tlif liut,<lrr<.l i.f !*nitrviiCr, r^nm. H«a r r» j , 
cf i' ■ . . r '.^: ■ f I • I*. '.'. *. J ati •!• (%rti}iii!l. &• tl«r ft^iluwinic rntr; in 
N«»';;r . *• H .- . I. ^- -^ ..!.» t' t.^ t •{-■..«ti !\iti |artrni in ^^^rOr m ra|iitr •!# 
K'tf«- (- : ••r«.. . .'11 ■!•.! .r*:it. in.i.;ur «t •l.r.iHlii •!«• ||i)r«-ri ll«>l««ntr ; qujun r«|i(it rmm §km 
||ci.'-. !• (' rT,!.-...B." II* r! •r*. '*■ S* «Ui, Ai* tiiicmn t'Mb« 4ictttm, 4t«4 nitlioiit iMMi 
m AiikAlI r«^tn«4 W IIk «14cr Uut, 

PltEFACE. Ixvii 

teen years. Tliis second Robert Walerand was succecded by a brother 
John Walerand, who was deceased without issue in the month of March, 
2 Edw. II., 1309. Both these last possessors were idiots, and though it 
was eventually proved that they had two aunts, both of the name of Alicia, 
of whom onc was abbess of Romsey and the other married to Alan de 
Plugenet, whose son of the same name acquired other manors of his uncle 
Robert Walerand to the exclusion of the heir, and dicd in the lifetime of 
one or othcr of his cousins, 27 Edw. I., 1299, lcaving a son, Alan de Plu- 
genet, who in 2 Edw. II. was declared to be the legitimatc heir of John 
Walerand after a solcmn trial ; yet thc castle and manor of Stokecurcy, 
and all included in the above dictum, except Harham, reverted to the crown, 
and in the following year were granted to Robert Fitzpayne ; whence the 
hamlet of Radway has now the adjunct of Fitzpayne. 

In the second volume of thc Rotuli Hundredorum, p. 38, are inserted 
copies of the inquisitions made before the justices in eyre, in the county of 
Oxford, 39 Hen. III., 1255, of the rights and liberties and other things 
belonging to the King, and as being of earlier date than the marriage of 
Robert Aguilon with Margaret, Countcss of Devon, it would secm that ho 
had acquired that portion of Newnham which had been of the inhcritance of 
Joan de Comhulle, the wife of Hugh de Nevill, some tcn years or more 
previous to this inquiry. The following entries concem this manor, 
according to the verdict of the jurors of Bulenden hundred. " Newenham. 
In Niwenham sunt x hide, quas Baldewinus de Insula qui est in custodia 
domini Regis tenet in capite de domino Rege per servicium unius feodi 
militis, et valet manerium xxx li. Non sequitur hundredum.*' Below fol- 
low the answcrs of the jury to the several heads of inquiry, one of which 
was as to those who had view of frankpledge without warranty, whcre we 
read, " Domina Regina tenet visum franci plegii apud Newenham racione 
warde heredis Baldewini de Ripariis." Agaiu, to the inquiry as to youths 
and girls, who are and ought to be in custody of the lord the King, who have 
them, and through whom, and how much their lands are worth by the year, 
wc have this answer : " Dicunt quod Baldewinus de Insula est in custodia 
domini Regis cum Newcnham quod valet per annum xxx libras, ut supra* 
dictum est, quam wardam domina Regina habet per dominum Regem.'* 
Lastly, to the inquiry as to the religious who had entered upon the fief of 
the lord the King, whereby thc King loses wardship, relief> and tallage, who 

Ixviii PRRFACB. 

anil tVotu w timo, ui- n^iil as foUow*» : •• l>icunt <|noil Phori»»a de 
C li rki'n«-\vtll t't iLita tiiit \iiii anni< oLip-^i* «Ir dunu Margmv ik* Kiparii» dr 
\\ \iriratit tirn- ct «limidiA in NruiMiham in pnram ut prqietiuiii rUnDOMoam 
rnm t|uu.lam ri'iMitii anmn) \xiii ««»li<i(»nim «*! \i tl«>nAnoruin« Tem prtirr 
nnlilitiim \.iltt xl -nli.lo-. Itcm prior «1«^ Iii*^ii|M*i»fjrati* hftbiiit in rtdm 
vilLi tiiitiini -nlulat.i- tiTn> «t ritl<litu« ih* liono UoUTti Afruilitn j«m launii 
i'la|i»i^ M'l aniplui*, «t ticfTiiulit |iro (iiini<li<» tfotlo militi«." 

'Mi«Mh.irt« r lif Marvant tU' Hc^icri in ta\our (»f the nuiiner)' of CWrkra* 
wcli, .i^ tar a- iivanl- tlu* rrnt tVnm thcmauor of N«*«ciihamt i* copird into 
thf K'u'>*t(T «if that Iloii-c. rtmtaii.cii in tht- Cotttm MS. rAiittina, B. xi., 
Auti l)uL'<Lilc ha» 111*4 ricil a >hort al»l>rcviati<»n of it** rontniti in the Monis- 
tic(»n. «••» luutilati li ai to malic it uniutcUi^'i)-h'. it Immu^ Applirahlc to a rrnt 
IriMii t-.\<i luaiuT' ui ( >\f>ini-l>trr ; naiucU, N«->%nhaiu Courttiui}, auil 
ll<\t*'>i<i W .inuc. x^lilth la-t maut»r h.ol h«iu h«-lti hy Sir 'niaiiUft dr 
Hrtaiiti-. l>n<Ti)( r t>f tlic ator«-*aiii I ali i«iu«, aiui had thi* ailjiiuct of 
\\.i:.i.i tr*-ut it- havii.:: Ih-^-u nf thc iuiuritamv of h«T fallier, Wariuc 
I it/ ( M r>iM. 

** ( )uii.l»ui ( hriMi titlt lihu« a<l i[\u>* {>n--« :i« -t ri)»tum |>cr\i'nmt, Mar- 
pan *..i lii I{« ili \t ri- -aluttiii in Doinmo ctt rnaiii. No\iTilis iiir iU*«liiir ci 
«oiii « -<i-<i- tt hai carta tuia i(»ntirma»M- in li^'ia iMiti^^tati* ct \i«luiUUr mrA 
pm >.il .*• ai.iuii' ini-c ( t p.itii^ nici ct matrtn nii*«* vt IkiI(i«'iA ini filii imi pri- 
unv'* I- 'I «' ;ii:<TU!u )u< runuii itu «>runi l)«-«>ct )H'at«* MArii* «U* (*1rrkcfir«rllr 

«t ui u.i n-. .: . !< ui I)i >i M r\i<-utiiui in )ur.\m ct |M-r)»i*tuiim rlmiotiiuim 

«|i4...t|U.i».'.t.t.i -•':. i^u.^!: r*<hl.tu< in au\iluiiu ail ^i^^ticndiim cuo%mtiim 
«ju-oiiui !•» ., I. :.•'.< «i^iltiii tiiiiar i!<' t<-*tam« :;to .\licic «ic ihurci* nuuhi 
lu< • . .1: :.u.>?::ii )•« rt .j'i< i.«la-. ^hltlhit. .1 iiiai^ r:*- (ic N(-vk«'u)lAlu \\% ioli- 
« .!.<>t, I).' .Iiiiia..:.c .^Ik'''^^' «t ht:i<'.«l> i- .•u.- lu'-'*' •<iliti(»« |i(T annum. 
!>• .l-<:.ii.:i r.i^-o.i :.: 1. I)t \\.i!tir>i (iol«ir..j 11:1. l>c Muri«*lU n*lirtA>.i ... «. I )i ^.ul>l.i <:• \\\k« it >; j. IK* .Nlatilda rrlicta 
liTi /'•;;; \.i •!!^ -. i)i Ki^ar<to ( r;-j<i \.i r/. I.t in niaiMTiii mro «Ir 
Il'\f><:)i \\\ •••!.<Lita- <ju.« ti n<i>i;tu*, ««r.:!!!. I)<- !{■•);« ro iMT\irutr x\iii^. 
I)« \\ ..!• !iu«> ti'..<i li.^ilulti \-...i«/. l)i- lh<*ma <h' ( l;i rii'ti»n x\iii«/. Dr 
W .'..• '::. i •!• ]1>>1< -Laiu \\..i r^ I)t- .ti>l..i .i.«- ( .ijk ll.iiit» wuif/. |)«* llnr* 
l«r* • w .1/. I)« .l>':tai.i.« )M r*<tua wi.:*/. \h \\ ilifliiio filitj llcrhrfti 
i\.i. </. I)« .\,::i(ta \i>Uu \M.i f/. \y%- .\uiu<» hlio (ialfruli iviu ^. Dt 
l(og«ro Chippui^ &\ai(/. L)v Ada rmAturv x%iuf/« Dc WiUtlnm dt 

^BEFAOB. bujl 

Bradestoke xviiic/. De Henrico Nono iviiic/. De Ada de Northbroc 
xviii d. De Petro xviii d, De Rogero Parvo vi d. De Roberto Bovet 
vi d. Habendas et tenendai et recipiendaa dsdem monialibus et successo-' 
ribus suis in perpetuum in prenominatis duobus maneriis et a prenominatis 
hominibus et eorum sucoessoribus ad quatuor anni terminos, scilioet, ad 
Nativitatem Sancti Johannis Baptiste xiit, et vief. et ad festum Sancti 
Michaelis xii #. et vi d. et ad festum beati Thome Apostoli xii s. et vi d, et 
ad festum Beate Marie in Martio xii #• et vi d. sine uUo impedimento mel 
vel heredum meorum vel aliquorum meorum sub pena decem soUdorum* 
Que quidem pena, si forte commissa fuerit, eisdem moniaUbus ad distrie- 
tionem baUivorum meorum vel heredum meorum solvitur. Has vero quin* 
quaginta soUdos quieti redditus tantum dictis moniaUbus assig^vi, salvis et 
retentis mihi et heredibus meis servicus, taillagiis, consuetudinibus et alus 
omnibusy que de eisdem accidere possint in eisdem locis, £t ego Margareta 
et hcredes mei prenominatum redditum» sicut predictum est, Deo et Beate 
Marie de ClerkenweU et moniaUbus ibidem Deo servientibus imperpetuuia 
warrantizabimus sine aUquo impedimento mei vel heredum meorum contra 
omnes gentes. £t ut hec mea donatio et concessio firma et stabiUs imper- 
pctuum permaneat presentem paginam sigUU mei munimine roboravi. Hiis 
testibus, Rogero tunc Londoniarum episcopo, Roberto Sarum episcopo, 
GalMdo tunc decano Sancti PauU, Magistro P(etro) tunc archidiacono 
Londoniarum, Ricardo tunc priore S(ancte) Trinitatis, Fratre Waltero 
tunc priore Predicatorum, Magistro Roberto de Suwerk, Domino GUeberto 
de Bolebeky WiUelmo de Berchamsted, &c. 

The names of the witnesses accord with the testimony of the jurors that 
this gift was made in the year 1241, and it ftumishes direct evidence of one 
of thc numerous false assertions of Matthew Paris, who designates her as 
Countess of the Isle. The Priory of Bishopsgate was a hospital under the 
govcmment of a prior and canons regrulars of the order of St. Augustin, of 
the foundation of Walter Brun, citisen of London, and Sheriff in the year 
1202-8, and of Rohesia his wife, dedicated to the blessed Virgin Mary, in 
the suburb of the city of London without the Bishop's Gate, and usuaUy 
designated St. Mary Spittle. In the deed of foundation there is this men- 
tion of a tenement demised by Henry Fits Aylwin, Mayor of London, to tbe 
said Walter and his heirs, for the render of a pound of cinnamon* ** Item 
totam terram iUam, quam Henricus Maior Londoniarum mihi, Waltero, «t 


ht^rcilthtu nicis liimi^it, qiio jacH intra U*rram qnc fuit (■odanli filii Eilrvdi 
v(*r«ii«> aquiloiicni rt tcmm qu«' fiiit I(«innaldi Ilerliarti vcrfui attstruiii rt 
rontiiut !mtu<* viriim n^iiiin in latitudtm* xxv ultias «*t tn*^ quartiria, ct in 
rapiti* nn«-titali \xiiii uliia^ vX untitn qtiarterium, vi in profunditatr xlii ulnas 
«U* iiliu!! f«*rrri« Mv^^ Johaiuii^ An};li«'. n^ddi^ndo indc annuatim ridcni 
Ilcnriro \4*1 h«'n'<iihu'* rtuin unani lihram cinnamoni iiifra viii dic« Sancti 
Mi( hu4>Ii*>." Iii a chartcr of Kiiif^ K^iwanl II. dati^^l at Wcntminttcr, SOth 
Marrh, 1«U>^, r«intinninir th«* ^MMM^^^^iou- «>f thi^* h4»«»pital in Ix»fidon« is al^o 
thi*» n-cital : — *• l)iiiii«!»i(in«iit. «-tc quan \Vill«*lmii* Apiilhm firit ci»drro de 
qiia<L-itu (iomo vx «i|i|H>oiti> dicti ho^pitalis in |>arrochia Sancti Ilotulfi citrm 
lii<iho|>«Hi^tc apiul IIund«*«»di4*.** TanntT in hi^ N«}titia Motiajitica.p.312»citr* 
Ilarita iii coin. ()xoui«N 1*') Kdw. I. a»«(i4. Tol. 12, pro mc^^tiairio ct crntum 
arris t«Tni» iii Nt w«'iihatii. iiiid^T th«* h«'adin^ <>f St. Mary Spittic. or Ncw 
Il4>«»pital of oitr I«A(iy withoiit Bi«hop«irat«* ; and from thc qiiantity «pccificd 
it i« of ai-roni v^ith tli«' hnlf <»f a kiiigfht'* fi«-f pv(»ti t>y Sir Ufiti«*rt Apiilon. 
Ili«> holdiii^' pmjMrty iii tlti^ ni.inor (iuul>tl«*«« h*<i t4> hi*« fir«t acqiuintancT 
with MArjrani of Sa^^iv. ('(Hiiit*''*- of I)«\on. wl»» had it iu «lowcr of hcf 
fir«t )iu«<i. 

lu th«> «•\jM-ditinn :iLMin>*t L1«*W(*liu Prin(C of Wal*"*. of whirh thc mufitrr 
wa* for th«' M\ Julv. .'> Kdw. I.. 1277. at Worrc^t^T. Ilcnn* lc Taillur did 
th«* Mni(«' f«»r Sir KolMrt A^uiloii of on«* f(M)t ioldicr with a bow and 
tw«*nty-fi\i* arrow*. i»y uliuh MTj4Mnt> \\v h«'l«i hi* nianor of WattonHit» 
Hlofif'. c«»ni. II(Tt«. lu It» K«iw. I., for u Iikc «-xiMHiition a^inM thc WVlch, 
mii*t(r .vt W«»n«*tir. 17 M.iv, 1***2. hc \*.i* «uiiimonr<l hy ihc Kinfr*» writ, 
dat«*«i at l)«-\i/c«, ()th April pniM^diUir : aii<i in thc Kinic y«»ar, under thr 
h«*a'linir. IVofTrum f.Ktuni apu«i l(oth«' di^* M«T(-urii pn>xima po«t frstiim 
lU.iti l*«tri ft«l \iii<'ula(.> Au^'. ). ^v ,i* f(»il*»\»<» : •• Wiliclmu^ dc I^^rhan 
n*r«>i;uo«<-it M-ni< Muni pn» l{<»U'rio *\v Airuillono cxi^t^-iitc in ]>artihii« tninft- 
inanni*. i»i «-«t, Mr\itiuiu iiinuo f(-«Mii nnliti^ «*t iiniu« hoinini^ |vditi« cum 
an-M «'t \iiruiti «'t (puii<|u«* «.iirittiH pro mAii<-ri<> d«* Watton. (^iod qui«irm 
trr^Kitiin U«'X <i«- •/raii.i «ua \>*r al»M'U<* ip*iii« Iloii«rti n*»|»cctuari frrit 
u»«pifl' n-^iituin «juxlt 111. Kt m.ii;<i«'tiir «i «pkmI riti» .Knflat MT^iHiim illum 
fa«turu»."' Ili* .iI»M-n<«- iii |wirt* I»«v<»ti<i tlic «^a >»a« pn>l>al>I\ owinif to hia 
iNMiijf ou a \i*it \»jth hi« v»if»- in h«r iuiti\«» l.iiiii «»f Si\ov. ITm» mortiil 
cMn^^r (tt* thi« tllu«?ri(Ki- liiroti tiTuiinatM on rri<U\. K'Mh KcbnurT, iii thc 

lourtcc&tb \cAr uf lUiward i., «boK* wnt of Dicm cUusit c&tmaam to 


Master Henry de Bray, Escbeator of the King hitherwards of Trent, with 
instruction to take his lands into custodj imtil further order was sent, bears 
date at Westminster, 17th day of February, 1286, and is endorsed Sussex, 
Surrey, London, Kent, Hertford, Buckingham, Norfolk and Suffolk. 

The extent of the manor of Sir Robert de Aguylon of Crofton, com. 
Bucks, taken on the Sunday next before the feast of St. Gregory the Pope, 
lOth March, describes it as held of Sir William de Say, by what senice 
was unknown ; its value vi /i. v s. 6d, oh. quad. and therefrom was owing to 
the lord the King for hidage ISd. Residue vi /i. iiii s. vd. ob. (/uad. The 
jurors say that Isabella, daughter of the aforesaid Sir Robert, is his ncxt 
heir, and is the wife of Sir Hugh Bardolf, and is of the age of 24 years and 
more. They also say that he was deceased on the 15th day of February. 
This manor of Crofton, in the parish of Mentmore, hundred of Cotslow, 
Bucks, was held by Robert de Nouuers (St. Martin-dcs-Noyers, Calvados, 
arr. de Lisieux, c. dc Livarot) of Gislebert Maminot, Bishop of Lisieux ; 
and in 1168 Ralph de Nuers held the fief of one knight of Walchelin Ma- 
minot, whose honour was of the inheritance of William de Say in the reign 
of Henry IIL, as appears by the Testa de Nevill, in which record we have 
** Willelmus de Agulun tenet dimidium feodum in Crofton de dicto Willelmo, 
et ipse de Rege." 

The extent of the lands and tenements of Sir Robert de Aguylon in Ed- 
monton (Adelmeton), com. Midd. taken on Friday next after the feast of 
St. Gregory the Pope, 15 March, describes his tenurc to consist of nine 
acres of meadow, each acre bcing worth 1 1^., and were held of William de 
Say by an annual rent of 10^., besides an annual assiscd rcnt of 20s. from 
ten free tenants, payable quarterly. The jurors say also that Isabella, 
daughter of the aforesaid Robert, is his next heir, aiid is the wife of Sir 
Hugh Bardolf, and was of the age of 28 years on the Purification of Blessed 
Mary last past, and that the aforesaid Robert died on the 15th day of Fe- 
bruary, 14 Edw. I. Value 38*., out of which 10*. were owing to Sir Wil- 
liam de Say, residue 28*. Edmonton was of the honour of Mandeville at 
the time of the Survey, which was likewise of thc iuheritance of Sir William 
de Say. 

The inquisition of the lands and tenements, which had been those of Ro- 
bert Ag^llun deceased, at Greatham, com. Suthhampton, taken at Great- 
bam on the day next after the feast of St« Gregory the Pope, 13 March, 

lltli PAIFAOI. 

«WfciilM^ htm tn hiiT^ hM th« «tid Umb and tw iiHH i ti of the lord th« Kliif 
in cApitr on th4» tby on which h^ died« br the M>nricv of 18#. bj the jmr, lo 
bi> mid<*n*d to th«* lidr th^ QiiMi, for rclM.«in|r th« fuit duo to h^ hitfi« 
dn*d of Alton, total vahie \x lik. Ii#. ii i/. Moreover 40 trrM of wood «i« 
trnilcd wcn» not inchidMl tn thr valii«, brciui^ thoy could not b» mt down 
withoiit thc licMiM of thc lonl thc Kin|r bj ricw of the forert«r. Thnr 
•a? that t)M* «aid Hir llobcrt dicd on Fridar nnt afWr th^ foftft of 8l. W 
hnttinc. U R«lw. I., and that I^abelUt thc ilaufrhter of thc aaid Robert« who 
in thi* wifi» of Sir liiifrh llaniolf, i« hifi nc\t heir, aiHl of full ife. Alm at 
Eim^Uworth an* 1(HI«. <if aitiM*d rent belonfrinir to thi» maiior of PSmiofrt. 
(inmtham, a pari«h in thc hundnsl and dcanfry of Alton. com. Hanta, wm« 
of tlN* Kinfr'4 dcmc^nc at tho time of tlw* 8urm% and aftfrwardi parcrl of 
th«> honmir df th«* KarU Warrcn, mtc onc portion on the bordm of Wat- 
mrrv Formt, which 'm all that i« compriifKl in thi* rattnt ; the cbnrrh it • 
n*rtnry dfdiratcd to 8t. .fohn lUptitt. 

Thc cttmt of thc Innd^and tiMicntcnti which wcn* thoic of 8ir Kobert A|rT« 
loiin in thc vill nf AU S«int« of IIoo, ukcn thcn* on \Vc«lncidaj nnt brlim* 
thc f«*ait of St. (invHrr th«^ Pop«', 6 Manh, 14 K«lw. I. bcforc Kobcrt «lc 
Pk'rtcni, 4ubc4('hi*ator in tlic rounty of K«nit. flc«rrilic« all thc Undi and 
t«it«*nicnt«. with th«* mit* an 1 «'\t*r}' thiiitr «'I:^'. \»hi(*h tlu* aforc«aid Kobrrt 
hcM tn thr vtll of IftKt, to hav«> hcnt h«*ld of thr AblMit of Hcadinyr br an 
anniial n-nt <»f So#. 9</. "A. 711/1. n\ th(* four prtn(-i]ial t«*rm« cif thc rrar, tnd 
«loiti|r «ttit ffir thi* «.imc lo thc rourt of th«* «aicl AhtHit in thc «aid vill, from 
thn*c wr*ck« to thrw» wcck«. ANo thc aforcviid jurors mt u{Min thrir oath that 
fiatirlU. «LiusrhtiT of th«* «aid .^ir HoU*rt .\gylmin. i« hin ti«tt h«-ir, and wtll 
bc of th«' .ijrc of :?•< y«*ar« at tln* ftM«t <*( thc .\iiiiuncutiiin of thi» h|c<^ 
Marv in thr I4th vcar of Kincr Kdw.ini. Rntin* \Ahic vi /1. «i «. \iii«/.« oat 
of whi«'h an- ]Mi(l to tln* .M>lMit nf HcAdinir tiv «. iii «/. oA. yu. .ind «n th** 
clcar «utn i« «• #, x\\t{, et fjunAmn*. Tlic nuinor »»f th** AMK»t of Kcailtnc 
in th«* )i.iri«h of AH S^xw^* or AU Ilalloii^ in Iloo, \\\t\ thr natnr c^ Wiml* 

In<pn«ition of thc 1.iihI« .md trncm«*nt« whirh wrn* thoM* of Kolicrt iJr 
AiTUiloit in corii. N«»rf. t.ikfti «ui l'n'liy U-forc tht* f«a*t »'f th«* Aunimru- 
tion «if It1f««r«l >Iary. 14 Kdw. L l^fnd Manh, ih*«rril»r« thr raffttal mo*- 
•uA|r«- of Srroitti hv, (•(»iit.iiuiiiir thtvi- rnm^* in .*S'niUtrhr. whirh wa« thal «if 
thr afon*«4id Kobcrt* to be worth. with thr bcrbairv of tbc courtr iiiU^ and 

PREFACR. Ixxiii 

tbat there was annexed to it a dovecot in bad eonditiony wortb annually 
xii(/. Tbe jurors say tbat Robert de Aguilon beld bis manor in Scrouteby 
of tbe Bisbop of Norwicb in capite, by tbe service of tbe sixtb part of one 
knigbt's fief, rendering annually to tbe ward -of tbe castle at Easter xviii d. 
Tbey also say tbat Isabella, daugbter of tbe said Robert, wbo is now tbe 
wife of Hugb Bardolf, is tbe next beir of tbe same Robert, and is of the 
age of 24 years and more. They also say that the said Robert beld notbing 
in capite of the Lord tbe King in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. 
They also say tbat be died on Friday next after tbe feast of St. Valentine, 
14 Edw. l. Sum total of the extent xi /*. iii *. viii d, 

Extent of tbe manor of Watton, com. Herts, whicb was tbat of Sir 
Robert Aguylon, made there on Tbursday after the feast of St. Matbias 
the Apostle. 28tb Feb. 14 Edw. I. The jurors say that the said Robert held 
the manor of Watton witb its appurtenances of the King in capite, by the 
serjeanty, namely, of finding one foot soldier in tbe King's army for forty 
days at his own cost. Thcy also say tbat Isabclla, daughter of the said 
Robert, married to Sir Hugh Bardolf, is his next heir, and was of the agc 
of twenty-six years at the Annunciation of the Blessed Mary in tbe year 
aforesaid. Sum xvii /*. iii s, ii d, out of which are paid to the Lord the King 
annually by the hand of the sheriff of Hertfordshire vi s. ii d, oh. to Ro- 
bert de Gravele i d. and to Richard Cook i rf. so it is of the value of 
xvi /*. xvi s. ix d. oh. Tbe same jurors also say that the said Sir Robert held 
in Stapilford near Watton vii acres and a half of meadow, witb the advowson 
of the cburcb of Stapilford, and wortb annually xvi s, ii rf. Also that there 
is of assised rent xi *. y\d, two pounds of pepper wortb xii d. one pound of 
cummin worth 2 d. and one pair of white gloves worth 1 d. and of annual 
common fine vi d» together witb a water mill worth xiii s, iiii d. AU 
wbich said lands, tenements, and adowsons are held of tbe heirs of John le 
Moygne by the service of one clove of gillyflower. Sum xli s, vii rf. 

Extent of tbe manor of Percynge, with its members, in com. Sussex, 
which was tbat of Sir Robert Agyloun, made on Tuesday next before Asb 
Wednesday, 26tb Feb. 14 Edw. I. before Robert de Periers subescbeator in 
com. Sussex. Tbe jurors say upon their oath that the said manor of 
PercyTige, with its member of Homewood, is beld of tbe Lord the Earl 
Warren in chief by the service of the fief of one knigbt, doing thereof 
annually to the said Earl at Lewes suit of court from tbrce wceks to tbree 

CAMD. 80C. / 

Ixxiv PRErACB. 

mf<'kfi, and towardi inclcMinfr the Tark at DTchcnin^, nainrly, on the 
feant uf St. NirhoUi» rach wat, xi ti, nh, an<i two hiifihelft of com, with xii^. 
to W ]iai(l it|> at the naid ft««t, and aliK» for doinjr the «ork vrarlr to Kofr^ 
Wanpt» i\\d, AUc» the %at<l HolMTt Afnhnin hi-ld thrre of Sir Williain W 
Sav a rcrtain t«*n4n)rnt, «hirh had lN*eti that of Str WiHiam IVftwmund. br 
the M^r^ i(*e of half a knij^ht'» ficf, and owimI a contrihutioa to the aame KaH 
Warren on Ivehalf of Williani le Say to eiiclov the taid p«rk, of two bufthrU 
of lieanii, on the chair of Sl. 1 Vtcr, wurth \ iii d, AIm> the aaid Kobert 
Afr>'UHin h<*Id of Sir William (■raiidyn a certain tenement by the tenrice of 
half a kni^ht'?* fief and a ttiith |>art. AIno tlH* laid Kobert held % crrtain 
teDi*nR*nt of Juhn de la Man% of the l*nor of I^wet and Nigel de Brok, 
rendvriii^ th«*n'fn)in anniially to John di* la Man* v #. and lo Nigel de 
Bn>k ii d, aiid ti» thi* ^id IVior of Lcwc^i ii #. aiid to thi* Bherifl*! aid 06. i§nad* 
AIm> thi* «iaid jiiror«« ^y that tht* rapital ni(*<t«iiafre, with the fruit of the 
l^rd«*n, ykvi'" worth yrarly x#. ANo th«* afon-«aid juron aay u|Km their 
oath that V<«alM*lIa, dau^bttT uf th<* iiaiii UolM*rt A^ryloun. and wife <yf IIii|rb 
Bardolf. i» hi^ n<-\t h<'ir, and wtll l*e <>f thc ap* uf twi*iity-4»i(rht yt*ar» u|ioci 
the Annunctatiun uf tht* Hh^^M-vl Mary th<* Virpn in th<> y<*ar afurraaid ; 
and thal tht* »aid KolN*rt Air\l*>uii <nd<«l hi« laiit «Liv on Fridav the 
morrovi of St. \'al«'ntin<* in tln* v<*ar afur<*«iaid. Suin uf the whole extent 
I\ii/«. \\s, \\\d, tfund. fl dtmid, i^uad. uut <>f «hich \t, xid, dim, ^uad* wrrr 
anniuIK |iaid tu tlu* ditTi-niit (a{iiLil lord«. a« it a{({N*ar*.* Thi« manor waa 
hi« {>nti<-i{»al .imi f.i>ount«' n*«id<'nri*, aml h<*n* h<* ditil on the I5th day of 
Janiuru 12^«>. h.i\iui: in hi« lAtll iMMiuiathtil to the Priorv of Tortinirtoci, 
of thr ordtT of .st. \uv:uMin. in th«' {mri^h of tliat iuuim* in the nipe of 
Aninilrl. luintlnd of \\i«fonI, thiiu-atttl tf> St. Marj Mafrdalcn, with htt 
b(Ml\. \i\% iiian«ion in thi- {ian*h of .St. Suithin. I^^mdun, with thc ad%owMici 
of thi' (hur< h.f rh<* «nt uf thc Kmtr tu Kal{ili dt* Saiidwich, guardian uf 

* TIh rr M a1**i aii iit*nt •</ ihr mjin«ir nf A>l>lin(ton. «ith Un<U m WAliliti||Kaai a»! 
rn>«hur«l. ri>nt Siirr fntni «lufh m rmX «-f thri-^ ■htllinici mnd Ihrvr |MPtir« wt 
«41 thr frMi i-f thr 1*1.^1»« AtiMn iif Sf. Mm^ t>i KrKinAJ-1 'i*- Y mm«««tifth<>. Aa4 otlbw 
*t th' tiniu ••f y^l^r. St John thr |iA|«t>*t, an<l S(. Mk hM-l. a» aUi» m iiiMin'! o# rvi 
U* th« VT\"r ff I^ <*t*.*..tM in K«-nt . t>ut it i« nn» u(trri« illrifthU. 

t lanr.-r. .:. ♦..• N. ttt* M'ii*»tn'*, un ;• r T^*rtini;tfn t.r^r Anin<lrl, \im£r i^!, citM 
l*lw. *'! Iluittt.i: l^ hi ■■ 'i I l.'l». I. •!•* n.*ri*jonr m iMtr^^hi* Hanfti S«i|hini 
ciim |**in>i»Aiu '!.• tr ««-1:««... rtr. I«ir»:<i .-.i- rn^ir»tui |i*r ll«^«num U*A|n*i^ua 
i « ria-r*' ■•:••. 


the city of London, enjoining him to ascertain bj a jury of citizens of 
London the value of the tenements and rents in the same city, which Ro- 
bert Aguillon, late deceased, had held on the day of his decease, and to 
inquire as to the liberty of the same city, whether it were such as that in 
his ¥rill he could bequeath them to whom he chose, as if they were a chattel, 
or not ; and if they be in the same condition as his other lands and tene- 
ments are without the city, so that they ought to descend to his right heirs 
after his decease, and if he could not transfer them by legacy into the 
hands of others by reason of the aforesaid liberty or otherwise, is dated at 
Woodstock, 9th March, 1286. 

** Inquisitio capta apud Londonias die Jovis proxima post festum Annun- 
ciationis beate Marie anno regni Regis Edwardi xiiii. (28th March,) de 
terris et tenementis de quibus dominus Robertus Aguylun fuit seisitus in 
dominico suo ut de feodo die quo obiit in Londoniis per sacramenta Henrici 
le Coffrer, etc. (26 jurors.) Qui dicunt quod dictus Robertus fiiit seisitus 
in dominico suo ut de feodo die quo obiit de uno mesuagio et quatuordecem 
libris, octodecem solidis, duobus denariis et obolo redditus in Londoniis et 
tenuit dicta tenementa de domino Rege in capite per socagium reddendo 
inde Domino Regi annuatim sexdecem denarios die Dominica proxima post 
mediam quadragesimam. £t dicunt quod predictum mesuagium valet per 
annum in omnibus exitibus xxxix s. iiii d, et dicunt quod dictus redditus 
redditur annuatim ad Pascham, ad festum Nativitatis Sancti Johannis 
Baptiste, Sancti Michaelis, et ad festum Natahs Domini. Dicunt etiam 
quod dictus Robertus fuit patronus ecclesie Sancti Swythini in Candelewyke- 
strete, que valet per annum octo marcas et quod advocacio ecclesie pre- 
dicte pertinet ad capitale mesuagium predictum. Dicunt etiam quod 
domina Isabella filia dicti Roberti, quam Dominus Hugo Bardolf despon- 
savit, est heres dicti Roberti propinquior, et fuit eiatis xxviii annorum ad 
festum Annunciacionis beate Marie anno supradicto. In cujus rei testimo- 
nium predicti juratores huic inquisitioni sigilla sua apposuerunt. Summa 
xvi li. xvi s. ii d. ob. salvo redditu inde debito." 

Another inquisition had been previously taken before the same guardian, 
and Walter le Blund and John Wade, the sheriffs of the same city, by pre- 
cept of the Lord the King at London on Thursday next afber the feast of 
St. Edward King and Martyr, 14 Edw. I. (2l8t March) by the oaths of 


twfiity-fuiir jtm>ni, in atiHwer to xhv mattrm Mi|e);f^tpd iti tbi* KtiiK*» wriL, 
vli<» ^a\f thrir \«'nlirt that 111 thr laiitl!* anil t4*m-iiientji aiid rvnt» uf the 
afnn'«Ai(l UolN*rt dr AfniiUon. latc di*rca!ied, in thc ctty uf I^ondoii* oo tlic 
dav on «hich h«' di«*«l »<*rt* of tbc libertv of th«* nanie citv, and Uablc lo tht 
nanu* rondition a» (»therik in th«* cily, and that hc couki bcqncath ihroi in 
bi.*i «ill aA liiH rhatlcl to iAhoni*MM'v«T bc <-h«)M*, accordin|ir ^ tbc cuatom of 
th«* nton*Miid city ; an«l that th«>y vi«*n* iiot aj» otb«*r lands vitbout ihe city ; 
atldin^r nc\«*rth«*bft» tbat tht-y ou^Oit to ha\«' dcM-cntlcd to tbc rigbt heira b]r 
bt^mlitary ri^ht, unlc^<( tb(*y had b«*«*n lN<jiicatb«*d in bi» vill according to 
tb«- lilNTtv and rti^toni of th<* city, a^ in afon*iiai<l. Pumuaiit to ibit find* 
inf^ tht* niannion and ad^owMm contiittic<l to Wlong to tbc Pricirj of Tor- 
tinirton until thc Di^Mjhition, wh«*n II«*n. VIII. in th«* lilnX ycarof bia n-i|n> 
frrant^tl it ti> Juhn dc Vcn*, l*larl of Oxford, an<i hcncc it waa MiCBetiiiira 
calhd Oxfonl l>lact*. 

MAr;ran*t tU* Savoy Mir\iv«Ml hcr la^t hu^hand morc tbsn nix yt«r«, dyin|i^ 
in tli«* yt-ar 1:M^:^. .•ii» wi* l«-ani froin tht* ft^lltminir vritn of E<i«ard 1. of 
Difin t-laii«it t*itn'mnni. antl fr<»ni tbt* in<|iii«ttii>n<» lM'ld |mr»uant to tbmi. 
Sb«* ap]N*Ant to ba\t* lM*«*n nio-t rithly <*n<l«»«i(*<l l>y botb llaldwin Earl of 
I>(*vi>n aiid of th<* I«ih*. and Sir ItnlMTt Apiillon. 

** Kdw.in1tt*i dci ^Tatia Hvx Anirlit* Doniintu lliU^mic ct Dun Aquitanie 
dil'*<*t(> < l«*n<-o Mio Ma»<-ulino d«* If.irlcv. K<»tM«*tori »uo citra Trcntaiii* 
nalnti-ni. (j>ii.-i Manran ta i!f Itypnrii^. 4|iioii<iain Comiti^u D«>\ouii*, «|uc 
d«* ii*>|ii« ti iiiiit iii (.iptti' «ii* ni «*l.iii«it «Atrrintini. tit a«'«*i*)>tmu<«, voliiti manda- 
mu« «(iidi ntiiiii'4 tcrrn^ rt t«*ni ninit.i, ili* «{tiihiin cadcm Marinurta fuit 
ii«'i*ttn in iloininiro «im nt t\v fitMin in li.illi\i:i \i«tra dic <]Uo ohiit, tinc dila* 
tioni' (:i{>Mti<« iii iii.ii-.niii nootrwii rt i-a «.-lUii (-iiotiHliri fariati», doncc aliud 
iinli' j»n<t'|wTitnn*. V.t |»r «.Trmn:i'iitiiin pmlMiruni i-t li-iralitim bi>niinum 
«b* liilli\:.i \i«tm. |<4T i\n**% n i ^rnt.i^ in<liti4 M-iri )M>t«'nt, ^iili^rcntcr in<i|iii* 
r.iti» i|n.iiituin ti-rrr iv!i III M.irLMn t.i t< itiiit <1«* nolii«i iii (a}>itc in l»alli\ui 
v«*«tra i!u i{tii> oluit. <t ijii.^ ili al:!**. rt )xt ()tii d MT\iritiiii «•! quaiitum 
tcrn* illi- x.iltaiit jmt .i:;!.iiin in (>ninil'U<» «-vitiliti*, ct i)ui< )To).iti«)uior Imtc^ 
rjn« Mt «'t (-tiju«t «-t.ifi*. \a i!:«|ui'.:( iiii)«*in ill.iin it.di- (L^ttnitc vi apcrtr 
fiu t.^in Tt<>li<^ »n:<* li.l.itioni'«i i-t Ihm* lir«*\c. Il «"«tc > m«'i|»«0 a|iud 
S).iMM»;r (ln* Nf.i i .i!iii«» nk'ni tn^tri \ ;c«*-titiM. 

" l.iiu.irdu* ut «U2r.i. M.ili i.l tio dc li.iri(-\c llMaitor: <>ua ultra Trmtam, 

PREFACE. Ixxvii 

salutem. Quia Margareta, que fuit uxor Domini Roberti Aguillon, etc. ut 
supra. T(este) meipso apud Berewik super Twedam sexto die Juuii anno 
regni nostri vicesimo." 

This writ is endorsed Pro domino Hugone Bardolf, and at its date tbe 
King was beyond Trent. 

Under tbe first writ tbe following inquisitions were taken in respect of 
ber dower, as Countess of Devon ; tbe first is for ber manor of Newnbam, 
com. Oxon : — 

*' Inquisitio capta vicesimo octavo die Junii anno regni Regis Ekiwardi 
xx** super articulis subscriptis, videlicet quantum, &c. (as in tbe writ,) per 
xii juratos subscriptos, vidclicet per Robertum de Lulle, &c. qui dicunt 
super sacramentum suum quod dicta Margareta nicbil tenuit de domino 
Rege in capite in comitatu Oxonie, sed tenuit manerium de Newebam in 
eodem comitatu in -dotem de dotadone Baldewini de Insula, quondam viri 
sui, et de bcreditate Ysabelle de Fortibus Comitisse Albemarlie et Devonie 
et ad ipsam Isabcllam reverti debet post mortem ipsius Margaretc tanquam 
beredem propinquiorem predicti Baldewini et plene etatis. £t tenebit 
manerium predictum de domino Rege in capite per serjanteriam, ita quod 
ipse qiu tcnet mancrium dabit domino Regi aquam ad lavandas manus suas 
die Natalis Domini, et asportabit et babebit pelves et manutergium pro servicio 
predicto, et valet manerium per annum in omnibus exitibus quadraginta libras. 
In cujus rei testimonium predicti jurati buic inquisitioni sigilla suaappo- 
suerant. Datum apud Newebam die et anno supradicto." 

Tbe next is for tbe manor of Pisbobury in Sawbridgewortb, com. 
Herts: — 

** Inquisitio facta in manerio de Pysboo die Sabbati proximo ante festum 
Sancti Jobannis Baptiste (21 Jun.) anno regni Regis Edwardi vicesimo, de 
terris et tenementis que fiierunt Margarete de Rypariis, Comitisse Devonie 
et de Insula, defuncte in comitatu Hertfordie pcr Galfridum de Sacbam, &c. 
Qui dicunt super sacramentum suum quod predicta Margareta Comitissa 
Devonie nullam terram tenuit in predicto comitatu in capite dc domino 
Rege. Dicunt etiam quod predicta Margareta tenuit manerium predictum 
dc Pysboo et boc in dote post mortem Baldewyni de Insula, quondam 
mariti sui. Idem Baldcwynus tenuit predictum manerium de domino 
Willelmo de Say in capite per servicium trium feodorum militum et dimidii 
et unius quartarii, ct valet predictum manerium per annum xl libras in 

Ixxviii PRBrACC. 

ouiiitbuii exitilMiii. I>irunt rtiam quod IcabelU (W Fortibui CmniiiMi 
Albenuirtir H DeTonic ac Doniifui In»ule fi hem propinquior prcdicti 
Iial<l(*wiiii t*t pn*dicti maneni de Py»hoo, et t*tt pk-ne etatit. Dicunt etiaoi 
quod pmlirta Manrareta nullaii terra«i tenuit in Sabrictwortk niH per doCefn 
tanluiii, iit*qui* in runiitatu I lertfordie." 

'riu* third inquinition in for tht* nianor tif VauxhaU, or Soiith Lambrih, 
coni. SurrfV : — 

** Iiiquiititio capta apiid Suth I^anilieth de terris et teneiDentia qne fueniBt 
Manrarete tlt* Ui|ianii die lune in viplia Nativitatii Sancti Johannia Bap> 
titte {M Jww) aiiiK» rej^ni Re|n« Edwardi xi* per xii jnraUM do haBdredo 
dt* Hr\it*tton, \idt*li<^t Johannis le Krmener, Scc. Qui tlicunt taper aacni- 
mentuiu >uum quod capitalt* menjtuafrium ciim (^rdino apud Faukeahalle 
vah^ {M*r aniiiini ii#. Item iiunt ibitknn iiii^' arn* terre, et valet acrm per 
anniini iiiit/. Suiiiina xiiiit. viii</. Iteiii Mtiit ibidc*m xxii acre prati, et 
val«-t acm |M*r aiiiium iii«. Suniina iiii/i. \ii#. Item retlditUB aaiiii Ubere 
teiM*ntiuni |M*r aiinuin ixiii#. iiii</. Iteni n*«ltlituii aJiMtt cufttumariorum per 
annum xiii/i. \iii#. xi//. ob. quaJ, ()]M*rA cu!*tumanorum per anniun nichil 
valt-nt ]MT quiMl |M>^sM*nt t*xtt*ntli, <juia pluA capitur pro opere quam valent 
Item placita t*t perqui«ita curie \alt*nt yct aniium iii#. viii</. Item heriK 
et n'l<*\iuni |M*r annuni \alt*nt iiii#. Kt \alt*t manerium prvdictum per 
aiinum in <>innibu<» t*\itibu4 iii/i. viii#. \\\d, 06. y. Kt preditrta Mtr]fareta 
tenuit |inili< tuiii nuiii<*riuui noniine <l<iti« v\ <l<>tatioiM* lialtlewyni tle IntuUu 
C*<>niiti« de Iniula, qu<>n<Uiii \in nui <!<• hemlitate IiialM*lle tie Fortibut 
C*<>nuti«M* AllN'fuarli<*. It<*ni <licunt <|uim1 i^n^tlicta I^abella eft •oror et 
ht-n^ |>n>|>inquior pri*<li<-ti Hal<l«*w\ni. ft <-ot <*tati« liiii annorum. Kt tenetur 
itlfin iiiAiMTiuni <lf* domiiio I{t*in* iu capite pro homagio. In cujoa, Ac« 
ln<lf>r«4*<l, Surn-1.1 |»n> l%atM*lla <le Kortibu* (\)miti!(«a .\lbt-marlie.** 

Kttt*nt« uf thrtt* iiiaiior* in ll.tnip<ihin* follow. Chrintchurch, Frr»hwater* 
and Wroiall ; tht* ttio la«t in th«* I«l«' <if Wiffht. 

** l-'.\t«*nta maiM*ni de ('hn%ti (iTk-^ia iii <-t>tnitatu Stithantonie quod fuit 
Mar^ran-te <1«* Ki{>aru« qiiondani (\>initi«M- I)«-\oni«*. farta dit* J«>viii proiimo 
|M>«t fiMum Sancti HaniaU* A]Mi«>toli ( 12th Juii«* ) anno rnmi Heflri* Kdwardi 
\irt*«tiito. |t«T sirnin)«-ntuni Hotnri <1«* Ikn IoihI. Ar. qui <licunt «uper «acra- 
mfiittitn «iitiiii 4|u«>il M.inran't.1 <!<* H\|>arii* ti*iiuit iiiaiM*riiim <le Chriati 
e<*«lr«i.t iinniiiu* d<iti« di* l«alM>lla ('<>fiiiti««a \llM*niarlie <*t <lt>iuina InMile de 
«l«»iuiii«> H«*v« ui ra|iit«' |H-r *4r\iriuiii «cuta;;ii. Itfin «licuut f|UtKl pnpdictum 


manerium valet per annum in omnibus exitibus cum redditibus, pratis, 
pasturis, senriciis et consuetudinibus iv libras. Item dicunt quod Isabella de 
Fortibus, Comitissa Albemarlie, est propinquior heres dicte MargaretCy et 
est plene etatis. 

<< Extenta manerii de Fressewater in com. Suthhantonie, quod fuit Mar- 
garete de Ripariis quondam Comitisse Devonie, facta die Jovis in crastino 
festi Sancti Bamabe Apostoli (12th June) anno regni Regis Edwardi 
vioesimo per sacramentum Willelmi de Clyve, &c. qui dicunt super sacra- 
mentum suum quod Margareta de Ripariis tenuit manerium de Fressewater, 
nomine dotis de Isabella Comitissa Albemarle in capite, et dicta Isabella 
in capite per servicium militare. Item dicunt quod manerium de Fresse- 
water valet per annum in omnibus exitibus cum redditibus pratis, pasturis, 
serviciis et consuetudinibus et omnibus aliis exitibus xxv libras. Dicunt 
etiam quod Isabella de Fortibus, Comitissa Albemarlie, est propinquior 
heres predicte Margarete, et est plene etatis. 

'^Extenta maneriide Wrockeshale quod fuit Margarete de Ripariis quon- 
dam Comitisse Devonie, facta die et anno supradicto per juratos predictos 
qui dicunt per sacramentum suum quod Margareta de Ripariis quondam 
Comitissa Devonie tenuit manerium de Wrockeshaie de Isabella Comitissa 
Albemarlie nomine dotis, et dicta Isabella de domino Rege in capite per 
servicium militare. Item dicunt quod predictum manerium de Wrockeshale 
valet in omnibus exitibus xv libras. Dicunt etiam quod predicta Isabella 
de Fortibus predicte Margarete est propinquior heres et plene etatis. In- 
dorsed, Coram Domino Cancellario. 

<* Pro Isabella Comitissa Albemarle. Quia Rex accepit per inquisitiones, 
quas per Malculinum de Harle Escaetorem ultra Trentam fieri fecit, quod 
Margareta de Ripariis quondam Comitissa Devonie nuper defuncta nichil 
tenuit de Rege in capite die qua obiit, et quod tenuit maneria de Pisshoo, 
Neweham, Suth Lambeth, Fressewatre, Wrokeshale, et Cristechirche, in 
dotem de dono Baldewini de Insula quondam comitis Devonie viri sui, et 
quod Isabella Comitissa Albemarlie est soror et propinquior heres predicti 
Baldewini et plene etatis, mandatum est prefato Malculino quod eidem 
Isabelle maneria predicta cum pertinentiis, una cum omnibus inde perceptis 
a tempore capcionis eorumdem in manu Regis liberet tenenda, salvo jure 
cujuslibet. Teste Rege apud Berewicum super Twedam vii die Julii." 


L'ii<ii*r tho floroiKl writ thnie levrral inqiiinitioni werr tjJien, of whieh thr 
fir«»t I?» f ir tht* nuiior uf Adtlinirton, com. Sunfv. 

** In<|iii*«itio raptA apu<l iVoynilon tVw Sabbati pronimo ante fr«tum 
tran^latiiiniA «aiicti Thonic* MartiriB (6 July). anno rp|rni Heirif Edwardi 
xi*|M'r. ^c. (jui (licunt iniper nacnuiifntiim i^uum quod capitale mrMua|rium 
cuin ir:inlino «U* inanrrid (li> Adyiiton \alrt pi'r aitnum r Mdido», quod i|ui- 
dttn niancniiin Mariran*ta «h* Hy]Nirii^ CoitiitifiAa I)i*vonie tcnuit. (Kitmt.) 
Itciii nilditu4 a««iiii lil»t*rt* trnt*ntiuin di* Adynf^on liii#. v</. oh* Itm 
ntlditu» a»iii«i liU*n* t«*iit*ntiuni d«* (TowchiirHt, que eftt prrtinrai ad prr- 
«lictum nMiu*nuni x#. x</. lt«*ni n*ddituii lilien* tt*nt*ntium in Waldynftham 
qiK* t*^t ]M*rtint*n!« ad i<!«*m mant*riiim xi«. t*t uii<lt* idfm manerium rrdtlit prr 
anniini ail finiuini %icivoiniti4 ]M*r anniini iiiit. iiic/. tfh, vi ad cniriam tle 
Wykhain ]M*r anniini iiitr/. «'t xi«. «'t ii</. ad curiam dt* IninM*w<»nh, ci v#. 
a<l <-unaiii «U* l'\iriil(vh ]mt niinuni. Kt xi#. Mil\<*nd(M HolM^n» HuMel et 
iViiiri <ii* Sti^%i rk. vu/. l.t \.tl<-t niam*nuni |in*<!ictiim <lf claro in onmibua 
cxitibux, i\/i. II j. ct \i^/. r,t diiMint <|u<m1 Manran*ta dt* Hy]iariit (*omi« 
ti'**^.! l)t*\oiii«*. (i('fiiiiat«i, t<*nuit ^tnilirtiiin niaiicriiim in d(»t«*ni dt* donaciocM* 
H<dMTti Apiil<»n dcfunrti. (jiti illtid niaitt*riitiii tfniiit d«* domiiio Ht^p* tn 
ca]»it«' ]MT MT\i(tuni iiiuui f«Truli di«* conmaciftniii doniini H«*fn«, t*t ««catur 
lUini f< rculiitit M.iu)i\i:« nKin. Kt di«*unt quiMl I«aU'lIa. tilia HoUfni .\fruloii« 
«{iiani <i(iniinu« llti^i» liantolf d«*!*}M»ni.-i\it, «*iit ]in»pinquior hcm pn^dicta 
|{(»U rti. ci f*t «•t.iti-» tnuMiita nniKintin. In cuju*," \c. 

Sir HnUTt AL'u\liiit viitulil hA\r had aii (»)i)>ortunit\ of rxecutinir tlie 
«»ffii*- <»f < iMiLii!^' tiii» (tioli fiT kiii^ r.itward I. at lii<« c(»ronation on SuudaVt 
ll^th nf Au«.'u«t. 1:^74. hitt hnw ni.i(t«* U]», or uf what it c(m«i«t«-«l inde* 
]M'ii<l< tit of th«* otiiAinir wli«-n'\iith th«* ni«'nt wa* crainiiM*d «*r fmttt^vl. ha« nnl 
coiiic itovkit to ]*o«tcrit\ ; of iti cxtn-nit* anti(|uit\ tU^n* ran U* iio doubt, at 
thc fiiUoviin;: cxtr.ict fn »iii l>oinc«<Liy )»ro\«*« thi« maiior was inrmnted 
to hi«i ( iH»k» ri-/chi>u«. 

**Suiin«-. In \\ .ilct(»n lliiiidn-d. Tczclinu«i, C(M|nus tt*net tlr He^ 
Mdtnt4»nc. (fiMinc tcnuit <lc l(«*tfc K[^duuar<h»\ Tunc m* d«*f«*nt|rl»at pro 
\iii htiliv nioito ]tro una htda. T<Tra «*«t liit raniranitii. In dtmiinio MiDt 
ii (-.inii«-, \iii \illaiti. «'t tx rittarti cuin ii cariKn^ t*t diniidia. Silvm «le 
XX j-irci«. \ alit ct \aluit c •olido*." 

( fowhurit, \\ ulitiiii:h.uii. .iml Tarlcy an* ]kari-hc» in the hun«lnt«d of 


Tanridge, com. Surrey. Emsworth is a hamlet in the parish of Warbling- 
ton, com. Hants, and West Wickham is a parish in the hundred of Ruxley, 
com. Kent, adjoining Addington. There is also an inquisition before 
Richard de Pympe, on Monday, the feast of the translation of blessed 
Thomas the Martyr, as to the lands in All Hallows Hoo, held of the abbot 
of Reading, in which the age of Isabella Bardolf is said to be twenty-seven 
years ; and another as to the lands in Edmonton, taken there on Sunday, on 
the feast of the apostles St. Peter and Paul, where she is said to be of full 
age, and are merely repetitions of the inquisitions taken 14 Edw. I. as 
above. The inquisition as to the manor of Crofton taken there on Thursday 
next after the feast of the apostles Pcter and Paul, which was extended 
at c^. xyind. has, as to the hcir, this finding: Item dicunt quod predicta 
Margareta tenuit omnia predicta tenementa in dotem per mortcm Roberti 
le Aguylon, quondam viri sui, qui de domino Rege tenuit in capite per 
servicium dimidii fcodi militis, et dotata fuit per Hugonem Bardulf, qui 
desponsavit Isabellam, filiam et heredem predicti Roberti propinquiorem, et 
etatis xxviii annorum. The following inquisitions fumish new details as to 
the property held by her in dower of this her last husband. 

'< Inquisitio de terris et tenementis que Margareta de Ripariis quondam 
Comitissa Devonie, quondam uxor Roberti Aguillon, tenuit in comitatu 
Suthhantonie die quo obiit tam nomine dotis quam de hereditate sua propria 
facta apud Gretham xxvii'' die Junii anno regni Regis Edwardi xx* per 
juratos, &c, Qui dicunt quod dicta Margareta nichil tenuit de domino R^e 
in capite nec de aliis die quo obiit in comitatu prcdicto de hereditate sua 
propria. Dicunt tamen quod tenuit die quo obiit nomine dotis per mortem 
domini Roberti manerium de Gretham cum foro ejusdem et etiam centum 
solidatas redditus in manerio de Emlesworth una cum quadam bruera et 
aliis pertinentiis, que quidam tenementa remanere debent Isabelle filie et 
heredi domini Roberti, uxor domini Hugonis Bardulf, per mortem dicte 
Margarete. Et valent aysiamenta curie de Gretham iii^. per annum, et 
forum predictum valet per annum xii^. (Extent.) £t dicunt quod eadem 
Margareta tenuit omnia tenementa prodicta, tam in Gretham quam in 
Emlcsworth, nomine dotis, per mortcm dicti Roborti de Hugone et Isabella, 
ut predictum est, una cum brucria predicta in Emlesworth, et iidem Hugo 
et Isabella de domino Rege in capite, reddendo inde annuatim domino Regi 

CAMD. soc. m 


|ir<i triKiiirnti^ |>n'<li('tiH iii (•rfthatn iii</. t't (lomino «If Warblinjrton pro 
«lirl.i liniiTia \w/.* 

** In«(uioitii> i\v ti-rri^ «'t t«'n«'ii)«'iiti«, (|ii«* fiirnint Mar>rin*ti% qiM* fuil uior 
|(«>U*rti A^Miillun. iii runutatu Su<«m*\u*. facta a|m(l lMiinipt«m Aiv MiTrurii 
|ir«aiiii«> |Mi^t ftMiini .\(Mi«t«ili»runi INiri vt Pauli anno rifnii Ur|n* 
K(«li w'. Du-iiiit, Ac (|u«mI «lu-ta Mar;;an>ta tonuil nirhil in capitr. 
Diruut tiuucn ((u<m1 «lirta Mar^Mnta trniiit iii MK-a^o ad trrniiuufn %iir »ur 
cx h«-nMlitat«* I«.'iU'll«*. tili«' vt hcn-di" ICMU-rti A)ruiU(>n, quodilam inr«- 
•ita^riiiin «t (}uin({ua^'iiit.t acrai tcm* ar.ihili«i apud Hi«M*nrrM(* in roniilatu 
Su«M'\if il«* Thoiiia <lf llaiitcntot |mt «x r\i<-iuiii iiniuK oU>li t*t dimidii qua* 
dniuti^ «>«il\« tnli |>fr anniiiu a<l Natah* l>(»niini, «'t <li(*ta Mar)ran'la U*nuil 
ilutiiiu 1 u* ^11.1 k'iu 111 «>t <li<-taiii tcTr.itii a<l t«'niiinuiii \it4* «u«* (juia ronjiinrtim tuit <-uni K<ilH'rt(> A^MiiUun in <|ita<Liiii «-arta a<l tt*m*n«lttm iptum 
iii4"»iiaL'iuiu, «t i|isini tcrraiu «hi t«> lioU-rto v\ (li<*t«' Mariran*!!* vi hrrvdilHU 
di( ti IkiiUTti. Suinnia \.-ihin<i <hi ti tu«*«uAfrii vt dictt* tcrrt* rum nrdthlu prr 
oniUiiu \ ni f. i\f/." 

" Iu«)ui«ttiii t'a( t.i a)>uil nun-« \ii di«* .lulii Hntio ntrui H«*iri* K«lfianli i\* 
d«' t«Tri<» ( t t«-ui lut uti!« <]u«* fiifnint Maru.m-tc i|u<>ti<Lim iiioriA l{obt*rti tir 
A'juiliiu, )M r \ii jur:it«>«, K.<'. (^ui <ii<-Miit «ii)M-r *s-icranM-iitum ^uiint «^iMMi 
ili« t.i NlaruMri-ta nn hil tcniiit <!«• doinino K«vt' in <'a)iitt* dii* «iu«> t>hiit iii 
roiiiii.itu .SutTolt i«\ M-d ti nuit inAiuTiuni «uuiii <h* Bun*« Tanv de YijUbrllA 
lilia Ki>U rti il«- AlmiUhii. ad t« ntuiiuiii \it«- •iir iiotiuiu* d<>tt« |>rr mortcn 
HoUni Ak'ur.liiti )*«-r mtxu-iuiii <iiii<ruiii ihnan<inini annui n*d(litu». Itiin 
di« uiit (|uih1 (ii« tiiiu ntaiuriuiu «h Ut r«\«rti-r«* \ »aU'lh*, uiori (lomiiii 
lluk'MUi« iLirihilti. t.-iiii|uatu tili** ct h>-r«-«li K<dM'rti Atriidon )iatri« »ui. 
Suiuiua tol.ilit (^tciitt- il/i. i\«. \ii:</. iJt. <ii- i(iiihii« (U-U*iit rr«ol\ i prr 
aniiiini Ahh.iti ih* .S-iiKtn l.iiuiui.iio ii«. «t ini. «t o//. )>r«> war)iaii%. Kt »ic 
rt' t lii- < I.irii \i ^i. \iij.«-t \.*/."' 

•• l*ri> IIul'>>u<- lLir!"lf «t I«aU!Ia ij\Mr«* «ju*. Qiiia l(«'X actfpit prr 
ini|iu<:!ii>ii> « (jua«» )•• r NI.i!< tr..uuiu lii- llir!<\i* I.m*.!* 10^*111 «uiiiu ullrm 
Tn ni i:u fi» r- f.-» il. i|i:.-i Nfirj.irtta, «jui tuit u\«»r KoU m AL^uUiin. nuiirr 
«ht.LiT.i. i.ii ! 1! ti Mi.t di |»i-/>- lu < .1) .t«' iii«- «|uii ohi.t, M t «)ii<m1 ti^nuit 
tu.ii.' r i *!« ( f ri.tliatu. X^iiiiiiMi. 11« o «t lhiri-«tati\ «t \i;:iuti Mili«Utaft H 
<j«i«*i,..r .s •* t« rri «i r»«i.j>rii* « uiu )«rtii»« iitjM in Lttil«-!«\i«irth, cfntum 
•4..i.Li*.i- <h< I !u «'t «Hto ihiMr.atao 1« rr» «t rt*dilitui iuin |>rrtiiicntiu IQ 

PREFACE. Ixxxiii 

Crofton, et quadraginta solidatas terre et redditus cum pertinentiis in Edel- 
meton in dotem de dono predicti Roberti, quondam viri sui, et quod Isabella» 
uxor Hugonis Bardolf, est filia et heres propinquior predicti Roberti et 
plene etatis, mandatum est prcdicto Malculino quod dicta maneria, terrc et 
redditus predicti, que occasione mortis predicte Margarete capta sunt in 
nianu Regis, se de cetero in nullo intromittat, et exitus inde medio tempore 
per ipsum perceptos illis, quibus fuerunt, restituat. Teste Rege apud 
Stanbope, xxix die Julii." 

** Quia Rex accepit per inquisitionem, quam per predictum Escaetorcm 
fieri fecit, quod Robertus Aguillun et Margareta uxor ejus nupor deftincta 
conjunctim iuerunt feofTati de uno messuagio et quinquaginta acris terre 
cum pertinentiis in Disshenersse, habendis eisdem Roberto et Margarete et 
heredibus ipsius Roberti, et quod Isabella uxor Hugonis Bardolf est filia et 
propinquior heres predicti Roberti et plene etatis, mandatum est predicto 
Escaetori quod de predictis messuagio et terra, que occasione mortis ejusdem 
Margarete capta sunt in manu Regis, se de cetero in nullo intromittat. 
Teste ut supra." 

These Letters Close are on the Roll of the 20th year of Edward I., and 
as regards this last acquisition its site appears to have been in the manor 
of Lindfield, hundred of Rushmonden, rape of Pevensey, com. Sussex, 
anciently within the limits of the hundred of Street, rape of Lewes, accord- 
ing to the Nomina Villarum, 9th Edw. 11. 1316, where we read Villata de 
Lyndefeld est Archiepiscopi Cantuarie. Isabelle Bardolf. Prioris Ecclesie 
Christi Cantuarie et Prioris de Lewes. Plumpton, where the inquisition 
was taken, is a parish in the same hundred of Street, and Ditchling is also 
in the same division. 

Of Hugh Bardolf, Baron of Wormegay, com. Norf., we have this descrip- 
tion in the RoU of Caerlaverock, among those of the squadron of Henry de 
Lacy, Earl of Lincohi. 

Hue Bardoulf de grant maniere, 
Richcfl homs, preus e courtois, 
En asure quint fuelles trois 
Portoit de fln or eBmerc.* 

* Thc term eemer^ signifles richly wrought, and ia unnoticed by Sir Ilarris Nicolas in 
his tranalation. (Roquefort, Gloasaire, p. 517); and that of de grant maniere hat» been mia- 

\xxxir FRKKACE. 

llii* rirh, fralUnt, Aiid rourtrou* kni^ht «a<i rldmt «on of Willijun Bardolf 
liv hi^ v^ifc Juhaiia, uiily ilauirhttT and h«Mn-«(« of llt.^h ck* (jouniay, and 
iNirn on Mirhatluuu d-i%. IfOth S*|it. IJ.V.I.* V\wm hin mArriap* nitb 
l»alM>lla. (Liuifht«r aiid rvrutually hrin*^!» uf Sir HoU-rt AKuihiu. hi» fathrr 
Mrttl«-«1 u(Niii hiiii aud hi<« hridr thc luauor <if Plumptou, cotn. Sumvi. to havr 
aiid to hold to tht* «Kaiiir llu^h aiid UaU^lla r«iiij(Hiiily, for thc term of thnr 
Uvr«. with n*ni.iindrr to thv h«'iri of thv »aid lluffh. ()n tlu* othcT haud 

uitilrrMi>«Ml. '■ ||iii;li lUnitttf. a iii.kii t-t ii.i.;lit_« It^l*. rii-h. ic»iUnt. *atl rottfUwi*. !■ 
U|>«iii axiin* thrt<<* t iti.|u*-fiiiU fi \tuf' i{i»i<l lH-Autifull« wntutfhl." Thc ■Mur riliitjr in hta 
tii«ii;rji|*liii-Al tioiii f iif thi« t.ari>ii |>n-fA'^'« it miih tht* uiirallf-l U r uliw-oaiMm. ** tltr |i*rtA- 
ruUr«, «hM-li h^«t' \-<^u |in-^'r«t- 1 nf thi* iu<Ii«i<1iiaI An* rttr»*<libi;ti fr» an«l unMlM- 
Caftiink ," Aii<l, a* a •{«-■'iiiirn «if hw »«'< urai*%. h** t«ii« u* thal hi« aiM-t«t«ir« Kail lw>«n 
jw— i-%ii' I t»f>tii^l rank (•% t« iiun- itf th«- liinUhi|» i*f Hr»«t«i<-ll iii .w^jf.^i fnnn tl<r mgn 
vf ll«*iin th<- S«-«-i.ii«l. .N«>* it M» hjftiiiM-ti» iIiaI llrk«lnrll u a |j*n»h in ib^ bundml ui 
Ilriti;i. |-l«M*t. «itiiat«<l «iti thr «rift «h tft', Ainl IumI Uvti i;i««*n in |Art hj ThutnM H*nli4f 
in frftiik riuftrru«*«- t<i tlin-«> « f Iila •lau^lit«-r«. «ini^ n-*|"<<'ti«rl} <if WiIIiaoi IWun, ui Itulirfft 
dr ^t. K«-iii,«, .«ti'1 <'f lV*i l»iti •!«■ llfiiiji. Ih«' « tilink 1« 11) th*- X*Mm «Ir Nr«ill, unil«T iIm 
h<^**litii; l^- •• r^Atttii* i.'« iitj)ti« iii «-iitiiit.fttti !.«*■ tif |>«-r ll<»l>«-rtuni l*M»rl«'»r UmiBirv 
llriirit 1 t:in II' w'i* J>iiu»iiiii*, Atri nA*l« a» f"II<>««. \Vili«ttiiu«. fr%l«-r iKHiiint Rrgru 
ll«-tiri< 1. ilt- lit llra<i««-ll |>« r •rrnM-ium utiiu* niiliti* llnitnr llanlulf rt ThuouM H*nl«>lf 
(lr<lit tn-« |«jirt«-« «ill>* trili!i* flli.tSiL* «ui* in inAriL».;iti. «i-ilirrt, K«*l»«rtA> 4r H«»*t« 
Ri'niii;i.>. \\ iil«<liii<t lUi-un «-t lii»M«inii 'Ir I h«>n% : rt i<l*-tu llioaiM rvtinuit 4Ami4tttm 
f««>«luiii;ti«. •■■ilK«-t. 'lujirtani |«rtriii. <(imiii ll«ltl»iiiu« «ir IlMiti]» rt T!-Trt»r 4« Uurfcfv 
triM iit. «•< •|Ukrtaiii |Mrt«-iti. •4<iiiii ^itii«»n ('••iu* ti-nrt in r«tlriu nlla. Ct «|Uad4<) NwT- 
nMiitii •!« iiiiM mitt tt rr*« •u.ui •l<«iiiiiiu* \ir\ Ji^liaiinr* «l«'«iit |iart«fn \l*illrlini iWwun •< 
|«art< -11 !<••*<• rti !•- *«jittt^< Umii-^': • lh>>tti« Alto |U-r*iar>li. rt |»«tra «lr«|it .^lii-ir *ir ii^n^m- 
filU. '1 ir iii<>*l<^ t« tii-t |«« r M-r%i« lutii «iiiiuilii iiki!i*.i«. Iti thr Kt^uli N(*rmnnniv. |i. 137 
ttr n.»<l, Iji»* %. ltrji>lr««ll.» I«rra. -^m*- fuit Ih-niM llanltilf, rt dxmIo ra| WilM«g 
II» utt t-t K«-(» rti h *<>ti>t<i K«-nii,;i*. ««ti «• |-'rti<>ti«. *'f thr «alur nf 'Jn/i. vitb tbr Mvrk 
«rr* tli< ti 11) tli« Kiii,;'« liAn<U, m ««hrat* "f tfM- N>trmAti«. Thr •ui«ruintr «if Uim flrf 
»itl. tli. a.|%>«>.it «.f ll.. iJ.unh. 'IxIk a!. 1 !.. St. IL .mjjk th* \|«i*tlr. r«intinu«^ m th* 
liti* «f ll^r ! if !i;: i*M A:*.k.:i l<-r • f tt.< I^t.I iUrh-lf m th«- ntip) i.f Ifrtir^ IV 

• 11.. »nt .( Ir.-.i « :.mi.j! < t!n..,,jt!i t«i tl • •-* If-Ati.r. 11« nn 4r |ir»j. fi»r lAkinc ml« 
bi* i ti«t.«l« tlif JAti.l* . f !t> <lf • A«i-<1 W il. iiii litr !•■:(, »• •• 11 th<«r i«f ht« uwn inhrntAnrw 
n» th-M xf tlii' tciti- ri'.jii>« i.f J>..kAii» ■! («iir:it«. ti.« «.ff. K.m thr Kllli;** tr«tr «I \l'««t 
■)it««t> r. .' nl ■!*« «f l>«.«(ii!«r, l*tli .f l.i» n .^mi. Ij*». Ih* hri<liiiK of thr !un;«« 
Ut M k|''>-!ur4.iM). r«-rii. dt-.t.. ■ ti ti.< r>l <U« ■ f Jkii-.j»r^ f .i. •it.«*. «hxh hr |;.*4 
htJl.fti. ii.».r!A».. f I. • mi<.-. t * ;: . ». •» i. . .f .i.. kii.«-l.t'« h* f .-f thr Kjtrt \l' •/?*«, 
mM t.- tt..' 1.;. . f >i • ...•! at.-i t.. i- »t it.Ai 1; «..- :• tl.-i« « t{.n-wii.-i . It« tn .U-unt -latMl •l«»minM 
lla^*» IUrt..if fiit .• <li.-ti Wiilrjini lUnl ilf. ) nf •m |ui'>r hrn« raC «lirU WiUrloii, h fuH 
«Ut» iriKit.u annoruna cirrA frutiun ?Wnrtt Mn-Kicli» *nnu rripii Rricw E4«ttf4i ■«ir. 


his £&ther-in-law made oTer to hixn and his daughter his capital messuage 
and manor of Watton-at-Stone, where Th(»na8, their eldest son and heir, 
was hom, on tbe feast of St. Francis, 4th October^ 1282, as we leam from 
the inquisition taken after the decease of his father, Sdrd Edw. I., who died 
seized of this manor in right of his wife, who was herself bom on the feast 
of the Annunciation of the blessed Virgin, 25th March, 1258. 

'* Hertfordscira. Watton. Inquisicio facta de terris et tenementis qoe 
fuemnt Hugonis Bardolf defuncti, qui de Rege tenuit in capite, facta 
coram Elscaetore Domini Regis apud Cestrehunte xxviii" die Octobris anno 
regni Regi Edwardi xxxii. per Thomam de Scoland militem, Robertum de 
Melkeley militem, Ricardum de Gatisbury militem, Willehnum de Hurst, 
Petmm de Tany, Johannem filium Radulphi, Gamelum de Ware, Petrum de 
Beauchamp, Thomam de la Mare, Johannem de la Mare, Sampsonem 
Gregori, Eudonem de Peletot, Ricardum de Heylee, Johannem de Wand- 
lyngton, Willehnum de Chelseu, Johannem de Netherwik, Robertum de 
Kersebrok, Johannem de Blomvill, Stephanum le Blak, Willelmum de 
Berkyng, Petrum atte Halvehide, Johannem de Melkelee^ Thomam de 
Whiteberwe, Reginaldum clericum de Repindon, et Willelmum Gemoun. 
Qui dicunt per sacramentum suum quod Hugo Bardolf die quo obiit tenuit 
unum mesuagium et unam camcatam terre cum pertinentiis in Watton 
Stone in comitatu Hertfordie, ut de hereditate Isabelle, que fuit uxor pre- 
dicti Hugonis, que adhuc superstes est. £t dicunt quod messuagium et 
terra predicta cum pertinentiis tenentur de Rege in capite per serjantiam 
inireniendi domino Regi in guerra Wallie unum hominem peditem cum 
arcu et sagittis per xl^ dies ad custos suos proprios, et yalent in omnibus 
exitibus xvli. Summa xt/iV* 

*^ Dicunt etiam predicti jurati quod Thomas Bardolf filius predicti Hugonis 
est ejus heres propinquior, et fuit etatis yig^inti et duorum annorum die 
Sancti Francisci proximo preterito. Requisiti qualiter hoc sciunt ; dicunt 
quod ipse Thomas natus fuit in predicta yilla de Watton die Sancti Fran- 
cisci anno regni Regis Edwardi nunc decimo, et quod ipsi et eorum quilibet 
tunc temporis fuerunt in yisneto predicti manerii residentes, per quod bene 
recolunt quod tantum tempus est elapsum. In cujus rei testimonium predicti 
Jurati huic inquisicioni sigilla sua apposuemnt.'* 

<< Facta fuit inquisicio predicta apud Cestrehunte in comitatu predicto pro 
eo quod predictus Thomas Bardolf natus fuit apud Wattone Stone in 

Ixxxri PRRrACK. 

MMl«*ni roniitjitu, ut pnNlirium r^t. «*t hiiir itii|iii«irif>iii firifn«lf iiitfrfurninl 
l*rn»r ili' 1'nnfHni», Pnor *!•• Ilrrtfnnl. IVii»r «Ir \ViliiHm4l«*li% JolLsniM* il«- U 
I^vli \irrr«»tnr« ll«*rtftinl«rin* cl alii tlimiiiii Htvi« fi(lrlr«, <|iii M:nn«-« «in* 
inilAritrr i'\.iniin.iti in ti<l«*. (|iuiin (l«-lM*nt H«in. «'«inrunUnt i|Ufiil prt^lirtu* 
Th«>niu«r«t ctatM \iirinti «H tliiitruin Annitmni «'t ain(iliu«, ut pniln tutn « «t." 
Thr M*irnil l*n«>ni*^ <if llrrtfi»nl. Hii%*t«>n, aml \\ \iii«inil«lri l*jr^a an* 
all •itiijtr in thr ttHintv tif llrrtfttnl. aii«l thi* tr«tinion\ t<» thc* hirth «»f thr 
€*l<lr«t ««»11 iiMV lir t.iki II III (ir(*t»f iit' th«' iii.irria(ri' ha\inK Imr*!! »«»1« iiiia/«il in 
th«* (>ni«-iiiiiir \«*ar. l |H»n th** t|f<-«.i*«* «if Nr H(>lN*rt A^nnllcn, tht* tnaiior 
<if \\ attoii .iiid that of IVrthinir (lf%t>l\f<l u)h>ii t)i«* l.a(l\ I«aU !U lUritflf. 
at hi« h«'in*««. mnd ii{M»n thr il«-ath of hi« fathrr «iii thr 6r«t of I)«^-riiilM-r, 
iHih IMvk. I. l;fH!>, li«-r hii«h.iii(i «u( « ••«•«lr«i i<> thr Kiron? of \\ i»niM«.'av. 
ct»iii. Sorf.. of thi' inht ntaii<'«* <»f Ib-atrii. tUii/htrr antl h« in «« «*f \\ illuin 
di* \Varn'ii. «iifr tir*t of l>t>un lUrtiiilf. aiiti •«•roniiU «if IIuImti «Ii- Hur^'h, 
Karl tif Krtit, toin*th«r «ith a nioirti of tlir hari»n\ of .^lH-lforil. «tiiu. Nt*(t«, 
(if thr iiilirrit.iii<r of Ho«a llan««-l\n. an«i to th«* aiirirnt inhrrratii «■ ««f hi« 
fainilv at rillin;:liaiii, a (>ari«h iii th«' hiiii(ln-«l (»f \*lat-tM', {lart of I.iri<{«« \. 
Lincoln^^hin*. Ti» thr«i* |M*«««-«*it>ii)i thr tit*««a*«* «>f Manran*!. ( oii!;ti-*« ff 
l>r\on. .iilil«*<i tlir Uinl <»f lirr jnintun* in l^Hh I1<1«. I.. and tl..i! «if )::« 
iii(»thi-r in 2.*lril T.tiw. I.. all thr Und« i»f th«' lan>n% «>f (i«Hin.a\. i\<«{>( 
Matilti)iirhaiii, rtini. ()\t>n.. «hirh ua* inhrrit«tl l>% hi« \i4iiii:tr l>roth« r, 
^iir .l«ihii Hariiiilf. Ilt' %»a« «untiiittnctl it« a liarnn ti> attt-nd l'arliani«-iit 
fnmi ^lh M irt !i. •J7th r..iv». I. I-JIH». t.. -J^th Si.t. ;UKh i:«i». I. |:W)l*. and 
%ia« th«' twt'fit\ '«1« .•ii.i (Mfr %iho «uli«« rilM^^i th«* lrtt«-r t«> tl.r ]**»]»' at 
roln. l*Jth Ith. 1:UNI. *i«»(h r.«i%». I hv thr «t\lr aiid titlr «>f l)t*niiiiu« il«* 
\Viniu*v«*%<'. Thr rarli«-«t in()(ii«itioii tak«-ii aft«-r hi« ti«-«-«aM' i« tialrtl at 
llun*« «lU Tu«'«(U\ tlH* niorn>« *>( S(. MatilM'fv thr .\|HMtl«-, i**Ji:ii S-i»t. 
13(U. «hirh'ir «a« of thr inh«*ntani-r of hi« «ifr. antl h«l.l «.f tb«' k:nir 
in ra|iitr l»\ th«* M-rtit-i- t»f thr fif^h (>nrt of ttn«* kiiikrht'« lirf. and hr m\\\ ha\<* 
ilir«l in that iiioiith. ('iitl«r tln* h«-a.iiiii; r.\t«'nta t« rranini <t t«n«ni«nti>nim 
qua* fu«*nmt ||u(roni« IUni>>If ih^futit-tt. «r lia\r thi* «iitnniari of thrir \aliM*. 
Norf<»l« ia, Maii«'riutii dc \\\mi«tru\ «'uiii Hiiti;;«-ti>ii, I \n<hani. Stii««' rt 
\V< 11. (^iniiU-ryh. ('antl«-\, CaMr»' tt Stniniii«h.iL*h. Siininia <!\iii/i. \if. 

• • • 

iiic/.* Ib^itfiird. Hi-^itiitii* III ||ou*t»iir. ii f. ir/. Nfttmirhani. Shtlftird 

* W mio* 1« « |i«n«)i iri th' t.rin lr«^<l . 1 ( lA«-k'-S •«-. «-"«ii. N' -r^ . »n l iN rM4!' «m 
tb* rAt^ut i*f *ii rttrHMir Lo(i4>ur in U*«t o^iil,«, h'M ^j Hmmrrw «l^ K«mmi« lui lcr 


xlL xvmd. oh. guad, Bucks. Bledelowe, Wendoyer et Huccote, xi«. jiid. 
Sussex. Berlyng et Bercamp, xxxiiii/t. xvii*. id, et oh, Summa cxxxv/t. 
xviiii, Vud, oh. quad,* On the Close Roll, d3rd £dw. I. are these entries: 

William the Conqueror, whose immediate deAcendants assumed the local surname from 
this residence, a proof that he was a younger brother of Henry de Ferrariis, baron of 
Ferrieres in Normandy. In 1168, William de Wormegai held in capite of the king four- 
teen knight^s fiefi) and a half, all of whom had been enfeoifed in the time of King Henxy I^ 
ezcept Richard, son of Wace, whom his father had cnfooffed of his demesne afterwards, 
whereof he did the service of the fourtli part of a knight. Of the see of Norwich he also 
held ten knight*s fiefi». The inquisition on the death of Hugh Bardolf describes Wormegey 
cnm membris, Rungeton, Fincham, Stowe et Welle et Quynbcrg as held by barony, and 
the render of eight shilliugs each month towards the custody of the castle of the king at 
Norwich. Of the foundation of the family of Warrcn, was a priory of canons of the order 
of Saint Augustine, dedicatcd to the V irgin Mary, the Holy Cross, and St. John the Evan- 
gelist, who were patrons of the parish church under the invocation of St. Michael, which 
coracy has been dcscribcd by Ecton and Willis as that of the Iloly Cross. Cantlcy and 
Caistor were parcel of the inhcritance of Juliana de Goumay, and Strumpshaw was an 
acquisition from Sir Stephen do Strumpshaw, who in the fourth year of the reign Edw. I., 
1276, enfeoffed William Bardolf and Juliana de Goumay, his wife, of this manor, with its 
appurtenances, and was held of Sir John de Wauton by tbe scrvice of half an ounce of 
silk or muslin annually, or Qd, at Michaclmas. 

• Houghton, near Dunstaple, com. Bedf., Bledlow, Wendover, and Hulcott, com. 
Bucks, and Birling, near Eastboume, com. Sussox, were all of the barony of Goumay, 
and Shelford com. Notts was the caput of the barony of Ralph Hanselyn. The inquett 
taken at Shelford on Friday next before the feast of St. Luke the Evangelist, 16th Oct., 
1304, describes thc lands in Shelford to be held with other lands in divers counties of the 
lord the King in capite by the ser^ice of the moiety of one barony. The same jury say 
that Thomas Bardolf is tbe next hcir of the said Hugh, and is of the age of 22 years and 
more, and that the court then was worth annually xiii». iiiic/. Sum of the whole extent 
z/t. zviii(/. oh. quad. Stoke Bardolf was also part of the same moiety, owing the ser- 
Tice of one knight^s fief, and valued at x\\li. yis. of>. As early as the 8th year of Henry I.« 
1108, the barony of Geoffrey Alselin had been divided between his nephew^s son, Robert 
de Caux, and Geoffrey Ilalselin, his own son, as appears by this entry in Jerbuic 
wapentako containing the amount of land held by each tenant in capite at tliat date, 
Gotton. MS. Claudius C. v. Rodbertus de Chalz et Goffridus Halselinus in Wragebi iiii 
camcatas, et v bovatas et tertiam partem unius bovate. At the time of Domesday surrey, 
Geoffrey Alselin was tenant of Wrawby, and Ralph, his nephew, held it under Geoffrey, as 
alsoof a berewick and soke of this manor in Elsham and Kcttlcby, which descended to their 
heire. In 1131, Ralph Halselin rendcrc<l account of 200 niarks of silver, and une mark of 
gold, for the relief of the land of his fathor, Geoffrey, in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. 
In the last named county Ockbrook was of the inheritance of Ralph Alselin, and was held 
by William and Hugh Bardolf, for half a knight^s fief, as part of the barony of Shelford. 

^ lVi> InabrlU qii^ fuit iiior Ifiiirnnit Hardolf. Rri diWto H MrW «iio 
Waltrru <lr (ihMirvMitru Kftrai>toh ^iu) ultrm Trrntjim. «alutnn. (^iitai arrrf*i- 
mtu prr ii)(|(ii«4ttMtirfn qiiAm prr vo4 firh fiTitnu«, <\wn\ lliifro Banlolf 
di*fuiirtuB. <|iii (Ir iMibi* t4*tiuit in rapiir dir «|uu obiit H laalM*IU ronjuiK-tim 
feuffkti furrunt prr Willrlinum lUniolf pAtrrm prrdirii Ifufrimi* dr iiiAnrno 
dr l1uni|*ton rtim |M*rtinrntii« in roniitatu Suftiri. haUmdum rt tmrtidum 
citdrni llii|r«ini rt Idlkrllr H hrrrdihii* i|Miu4 llu|ronim, et nuuirnum illud 
MC roiijumiim t4*iiiii*runt (li«* ohitti* pnihcti lltiirtmi^; quodqur maiM-num 
illiid tnirtur dr hmHlr JohAnnu dr WarrrniiA, quoixUm ComitM Siirr^-ir 
dvfuiirti. c|ui dr uoliiJi trtiuit in ra|»itr iufra rtatrm H m ru«todU iH»«tni 
nifttnitr, n«pimu« ti(h'litatrm ipdiuv l^ahrllr dr manrho prrdirt«x, H idro 
vobi» tnaii(Umti« ()iiod radrm I«a!M>IU nunrhum pmhrtiim riim |M*rtinmli)«. 
qiMNl (M*ra*i(»n<* iiiorti* prrfati llii|rotii« (|uot)(Um ^ih «ui raptum rtt in 
niAnum iXHtrain. una rum riitihiM |M»r %(m indr |H*rrrpti« in trm(Mirr 
capcitiiiitt cjuMlrm in maiium iKMtram ftine diUtionr lilM^n-ti* trnrodum 
juita fontuini frolTanirnti pn-dicti, taUo jurr cujuftlibrt. Tr«tr Kiv** a|Mid 
Bru«tw\k xx^*dir N(»%rnihh«.** 


** Hrt pn*fat<» Waltrn». Ke, <a1utrm. (^iU arrYpimu* prr iiiquifitifttM-m. 
qtiam |mt vo« firh fr«'iniii«. qiuMl lliifto Banlolf drlunHuft, (|ui <!■* n«>U« 
tmuit in rapitr. H ImIm^IU uior rjuf conjunrtim tmurrunt dr hrmhtatr 
ipi»iu« liutU-IIr. dir qiio idc*m llii|ro ohiit. qiimidam trrra« «'t qtirdam tmr- 
fnmta in Srrotrhr in com. N«»rtf.. ttunrhiim dr IVrrTiijr rum |M-rtiiimtiift 
tn roni. Su«M*i. (|ur<Um t^iimMnita in (^niAim in rom. lUik^ ({tif^Um t«-fir- 
Bmta in II(m> in rom. Kanr., qt»r<Uin tmrmrnta in (trrtham t-t r.mlr^ 
«orth in nmu Stihant., manrhunt dr IUin<« ciini |m rtiiMtitii« m («•tn. SntT., 
qnrdam t^Mimirnta in Wattoti Stot«' in r<mi. Ilrrtf. H man<*nuni tSt' .\d%n|f- 
tOQ in rom. Surr.,* vohia tnandamu« qu(Mi. rHmti« in niann nn«tra qui* 

lljUli-tllctitiiO, n*m. |.r*rr«|rr. «M a1«> |ttfr«t iif tlkM t«fO«t«. •t.irh •1'Wvtt Inl id ihr iin* 

* TKr in<)U<<«C Ukrffi ^itirr tlir •l«<rv«ar ^4 llui^ti, |^>r«l IWrli4f, r**\mrting \}ie rnMnnr «^ 
AddtQct^^i in Hurrr^. (-«>i»ljub« Ihc tu\UM «ni| tn»mt ifim<-t •Uijub m \* it* tmurr. *»•! m 
as 1*41 •« |n>|uutli<> {*• tA lifrftm KjM-aHUirr lK>mini K*-!?» «f>«i-l %-!«n<i>'fi «nu* •!•• 
CVi«>t<ri« «nntt ttiit rri;ni K«vi* K-^tvkrlt •U trrru H trnrfi.«at««. '\nr f-irr^mt lluft lut 
|lari^>lf in r<tnjitAlu **urr^tc. .ii* .ju» ..I i»t. i^-r M/r«nirnturr.. A'- *^i •Jirur.l |*t *m r» 
mrfitum tuum <|U'"1 •l«>tiiin^i* llui^> IWr>ti<lf trnuit lir iiu» ff tit tn riiffiutAtu f-rwlirto 
■wtirrtum «Ir .%<t>tii^<>n tlr tr.min*! KnC m •-«|Htr «Ir h^frtlilAtr Itft^vllr u»i<«« •«#, aii# 
«4 brrv^H Kulvrti Ajcvllluo, «lur «aii^raCM rtl, ^t •rr^lrniDi md in«Ml«wl«im u»«m 

PREFACE, Ixxxix 

busdam de causis dictis tenemontis in Emlesworth et Watton et dicto 
manerio de Adyngton, donec aliud a nobis supcr hoc habueritis in mandatis, 

ad coronamentum domini Regis ad faciendum unum fcnmlum pro doiiiino Regc, quod 
▼ocatur Mees de Geroun, sumptibus domini Rcgis in una olla lutea. Kt dicunt quod pre- 
dicta hereditas simul cum aliis tcrris dcsccndebat prcfato Ilu^j^oni et Is:ihcIIe uxori sue ut 
jun et here<litaB ipsius Isal>ellc per mortem predicti Rol>erti Aguillon post matrimonium 
inter pre&tum Hugonem ot Isabellam contractum. (Extent.) Dicunt etiam quod est 
ibidem quoddam capitale mesuagium cum gardino adjacente, una cum aysiamentis grangio 
de Waldyngham et valet per annum xviiie/. Summa totalis huius inquisitionis xi/t*. 
fpuulrans. Inde in auxilium Vicecomitis Surreic a<l fcstum Natalis Domini viii (/. ad 
Pentecosten xxi </. et ad festum Sancti Michaclis wid. Itcm Johanni de Burcs ad 
Paacham \s. et ad festum Sancti Michaelis \g. Item eusto<Ii de Mertone llall Oxonio ad 
Pascham et ad festum Sancti Michaelis vji. per equalcm porcionem. Item Roberto Russel 
ii<. ad predictos terminos per etiualem porcionem. Item domino de Wykham ad festum 
Sancti Michaelis iuid. Item Priori Sancte Marie dc Suthwcrk ad predictum temiinum 
rid. Item Priori de Levesham unam libram cumini, pretium i</. tt oh. ad prcdictum ter- 
minum. Summa Redditus resoluti xxii.«. \d. oh. et sic rcnianct de claro ix//. xviix. xd. 
cb quad. Et dicunt quod Thomas filius predicti Hugonis cst hercs cjus [^ropinquior, et 
fuit etatia viginti et duonim annorum die Sancti Francisci ultimo preterito. 

Suthantonio. Inquisitio capta apud Wordy in comitatu Suthhantonie secundo die 
Octobris anno regni Regis Edwanli xxxii dc tcrris, &c. ut supra. Qui dicunt super sacra- 
mentum suum quod Hugo Bardolf, dic quo obiit, nichil tcnuit in dominico suo ut <Ie feodo 
de domino Rege in capite nec de aliis in comitatu predicto. Qui dicunt (puMl unum tcne- 
mentum in Gretham cum pertinentiis ct quatuor marce annui rcdditus in Emmesworth 
tenta de Domino Rege in capite per quod servicium ignorant sunt hereditas Isabelie, que 
fuit uxor Hugonis Bardolf, que eidem Isabeile deacendebant |>ost mortem Roberti Aguil- 
loun, patris sui, ut filie et propinquiori heredi ejusdcm Roberti ; (jui quidem Robertus 
Aguillon ohiit nunc ad decem et octo annos post tempus ([uo dictus Hugo dictam Isabellam 
desponaavit et ex ea prolem suscitavit ; et post mortem dicti Roberti dicta tenementa 
seiflita fUerunt in manum domini Rcgis ct ex postfacto dictLs Ilugoni et iMabelle restituta, 
dicte Isabelle tanquam hereditas. Item dicunt quod ost in dicto tenemento de Gretham 
una grangia et una bovcria debilis cooperta cum stramine ct valct cum exitu unius gardini 
per annum xiid. (Extent.) Itcm sunt apud Enmu»sworth xvi custumarii re<ldcntcs iiii**'' 
marcas pro omnibus ser^iciis in grosso. Item dicunt (^uod Thomas Bardolf, lilius predicti 
Hugonis, est eius hcrcs propinquior et est etatis viginti et duorum annorum die l>eate 
Francisci post festum Sancti Michaclis in anno regni Regis Edwardi xxxii^. Interrogati 
quare hoc sciunt, dicunt quod bcne recolunt quod natus fuit in comitatu Hertfordie apud 
"Wattonam in anno regni Regis deoimo, et magno fuit inde locucio et noticia in partibus 
istis ita quod bcnc rccolunt (juod tantum tcnipus est elapsum. 

Summa totalis vii/«'. vii,^. />/>. 

This last inquest relates only to what was held of the king in capite in the county, and 
not to the manor of Greatham itself, which was held of the Earls of Surrey. 

CAMD. soc. n 





On the back of the membrane on which these Lctters Close are written 

is this copy of a charter of the Lady Isabella Bardolf, bearing date at 


pareel of the inheritance of the junior branch of the great famiiy of Warren, men- 
tioned ahove. 

Ruskington is a parish in thc hundred of FlaxwcIK parts of Kesteven, Lincoln,and with 
it8 hamleta of Digby and Leasingham, now pari^he;*, was parcel of the barony of Shelford, 
as also Rowston and Brancewell named in the extent. 

Fillingham, a parisli in the hundred of Aslaooe, parts of Lindsey, west riding, vt-as at 
the time of the survey of Domesday thc land of the Saxon Colsuan ; and in 1108 Robert 
de Ilaia held in Figlingnham six carrueates and six bovate», to whoni this estate had been 
granted after the deoease of its previous tenant. Of his son Richard de Haia Doun Bar- 
dolf held one knighfs feo in 11 6S, and had two sons, r>oun Bardolf and Thomas Bardolf. 
The lirst named gave to the Premonstratcnsian abbey of Blanchciande, in the diocese of 
Coutances, of the foundation of Kichanl de Haia, in 1154, on thc day of the dedication of 
the new church, 14th Jan. llSo, an annual rcntof fourmarks of silver out of hi* manor of 
Fillingham, and assigns this rent in this manner ; namely, six bovates of the land of his 
demesne in the same vill, cach bovate of nine acres of arable land, and three of meadow, 
together with two tofts in the north jart of tlie vill ; and other six bovates, with the vil- 
lains upon them. His brother, Tliomxs Bardolf, who married Rosa, daughter of Ralph 
Hanselyn, hoiress of Kalph Hanselyn, her grandfatlier, left issuc a sjn, Doun or Do<lo, thc 
heir to his father an<l uncle, who waM of age in 1 ll.»8, when he jKiid a fine to liave livery of 
his Honour. The inhcritance of Kichanl de Haia, by desceut through the families of 
Canvilleand I/ongespec, came to Hcun.- de I-Acy, Earl of Lincoln, in right of marriage with 
Margaret Longcsp^e. The inquest on the deccase of William Bardolf, father of Hugh 
Bardolf, 18th Edw. L, dcscribej* this manor as held of the Earl of Lincoln by the service 
of one knighfs fief, and the sum total of the extent to amount to xiti. xs. \d. oh., whose 
heir, Hugh, was thcn of the age of thirty year» and more. The church of Fillinghara, 
dedicated to St. Andrcw, rcndered annually tcn shillings to the church of Cameringham, 
which had becn an alicn priorj', subject to Blancheland. 

Strumpsliaw is a parish in thc hundrc<l of Bloficld, com. Norfolk; and in the 4th year 
of Edv^-ard L, 1276, Sir Stephen dc Strumpshaw and Margaret his wife convcyed the 
manor of Strumpshaw, with lauds in Rcdliam and Tunstal, and the advowson of St. 
Peter'8 chun.-h in North Birlingham, after thc decease of the survivor, to William Lord 
Bardolf and Juliana his wife. On the dcccase of William Lord Bardolf the jury, 
ujwn the in<iucst taken at Strumjwhaw on Wednesday next after the Circumcision of 
the Lonl in tlie year of the reign of King Edward xviii,, 4th Jan., 1290, deolared that 
the afores;ii<l Juliana, his wife, had l>een in full and peaceful seisin of this manor, together 
with her afon*said huHband, up to the <iay of the <leceasc of thc aforesaid WiUiam,and that 
the aforcs;ii<l manor waa held of Sir Jolui de Wauton by the serxicc of lialf an ounce of 
silk ycarly, or sixpcnoe on the fca-st of St. .Michncl. Sum of the extent xxxli. iiii«. viiirf. 
Ujwn thc inqucst taken after hcr dccease at Cantley, 23nl Edw. I., 1295, the jury found 
that shc also held Ian<ls in the same vill of the Bishop of Noruioh, and of Sir Rol>ert de 



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tinentiis in comitatu Sothhantonie, qoe dictns Hoeo tenuit die quo obiit de 
hereditate Isabelle uxoris sue, et que de nobis tenentur in capite, simul cum 
aliis terris et teneraenti>, que fuerunt ipsius Hu^ni< die predicto, capi 
fecerimus in manum nostrum, ac nos. dictis manerib sic in manum nostram 
existentibus, ceperiraus homagium ejusdem Isabelle de eisdem maneriis, 
ipsaque Isabella p^r scriptum suum concesserit, remiserit et omnino quie- 
tum clamaverit pro se et here<libus suis imperpetuum nobis et heredibus 
nostris totum jus et clamium que habuit tcI aliquo modo habere potuit in 
maneriis supradictis; Nos, volentes eidem Isabelle et Willehno filio suo 
gratiam facere specialem. concessimus eidem Isabelle maneria predicta cum 
pertinentiis tenenda et habenda prefate Isabelle ad totam vitam suam adeo 
plene et integre, sicut in manura nostrum capta fuenint^ ita quod post 
mortera ipsius Isabelle maneria predicta cura pertinentiis reraaneant prefato 
Willehno habenda et tenenda sibi et heredibus suis de corpore suo legittime 
procreatis de nobis et heredibus nostris per servicia inde debita et consueta 
imperpetuura. Et si idera Willelraus sine herede de corpore suo legittirae 
procreato obierit, timc maneria illa cura pertinentiis ad rectos heredes ipsius 
Isabelle intcgre revertantur tenenda de nobis et heredibus nostris per servicia 
predicta iraperpetuura. Quare voluraus, &c. sicut predictura est. Hiis 
testibus, venerabili patre Waltero Coventrensi et Lychefeldensi episcopo, 
Henrico de Lacy comite Lincolnie, Johanne de Britannia juniore, Araaneuo 
de la Bret, Hugone de \*eer, Willelrao le Vavasur, Willehno de Ryther, 
Roberto de la Warde senescallo hospicii nostri. Datura per manum nostrum 
apud Bmstwyk xxviii° die Novembris. Per ipsum Regera nunciantcm 
W(altero) Coventrensi et Lychefeldensi Episcopo." 

On the Close Roll is the King^s letter to Walter de Gloucester, the 
escheator beyond Trent, rcciting the contents of the above charters of 
Isabella Bardolf and of hiniself, and adding, " Nos volentes eidem Isabelle 
gratiara uberiorem facere in hac parte, vobis raandaraus quod eidem Isabelle 
orania bona et catalla nostra in eisdera raaneriis existentia, siraul cum 
oranihus exitibus a predicto vicesimo primo die Noverabris inde perceptis 
liberetis de dono nostro speciali. Teste Rege apud Brustwyk xxviii** die 

The entail of these raanors upon Williara Bardolf, second son of Hugh 
Lord Bardolf and of the Lady Isal>ella, never took effwt, owing to his 
tlecfasc in hcr lifetime without issue. In thc 6th vear of Edward the 


Hundredum de Wahone. \'illa de Adington est Isabelle Bardolf. Under 
Sussex, liundredum de Bercompe. Mllata de Bercompe est Isabelle Bardolf, 
Radulfi de Camoys, Prioris de Lewes. — Hundredum de Ponyngges. Villata 
de Percynge est Isabelle Bardolf. — Ilundredum de Strete. Villata de Lyn- 
defeld est Isabelle Bardolf. — Hundredum de Burgbeche. Villa de Edburton 
et Thrule est Thome Bardolf. — Hundredum de Wylindon. Villa de Berlyng 
est Thome Bardolf. Under Noltinghamshire, Wapentacha de Byngham. 
Shelford. Newton. Thomas Bardolf. — Wapentacha de Thurgarton. Nether 
Colwyk et Over Colwych, Carleton, Ciedeling, Stokes. Thomas Bardolf. 
Under Derbyshire, Morleston Wapentagium. Alwaston cum membris 
respondet pro villa integra. Thomas Banlolf. 

Of her own inlieritance the Lady Isal>ella Bardolf was possesFed of the 
advow^jon of the church of Staplclbrd, coni. Herts, dedicated to St. Mary, 
and during her widowhood sho presented to this living John de Wagham, 
3rd June, 1307, Robort de Lexham, accolyte, 13th June, 1308, William de 
As«»le, accolyto. '2ud Doc. 1316, and William de Grendon, priest, 6th Nov. 

1322. Of her dowor was tho advowson of the church of Fincham St. 
Martin, com. Norf., to which living she presented William de Rotyngdene 
in 1310, and Simon de Avscholos in 1314. 

Before the end of the month of Mav, in the sixteenth voar of Edward H. 

1323, the Lady Isabella Bardolf was deceased, in as much as the writ to the 
escheator bevond Tront notifying this close of her life, and directing him to 
take her lands into the'King's hand, bears date the 28th day of May, at 
Bisshopthorpe, in the vicinity of York. Pursuant to this writ record is 
made of these several inquisitions ; at Lewes, on Tuesday, after the feast of 
the Apostles St. Peter and Paul, 4th July, the jurors found that she had 

le dit plee pent. et la ditc Isal»elle de tout en ad nettement oste. Dount la dite Isabellc 
prie, q'ile jMJUMte e»tre restitut a les* avant dits tenemen^ selon ley de terre et usage 
du reaume. Kt que le« jufttices en le ple et le proces devant eux pendaunt^ aillent au 
juggement, pour le droit notre Seiffiiur le Roi dcclarer et droite faire, «i ple«ir ly »oit. 

ReffponKio. Quoad primum articulum. Hubcat breve in cancellaria ad communem 
legem. Et quoad secundum articulum. Ilabeat breve ad excitandum Justiciarios, &.c. 
quod procedant ad judiciuni, \c. Kt si dirticultai* interfuit quare id faccre non posfunt, 
hinc mittant Recordum et pn)cessum in Farlianiento. 

Robert le Kwcr wx^ Lord of \Varblin*;ton. of which parish Kmsworth is a handet, 
pleaAantly Hituated close to the H*»a, an<i, a.s her son, Thonia.'» Bardolf, died seized of thc««e 
tenementA, 3rd Kdw. IIL, 1330, Isabella Banh)lf will have had jud^ient in hcr favour. 

xrvi rHKF\o-. 

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cLl\ ••f .!ul\, 17t)l l.iiu. 1!.. fnMll^l tlli- .ifnri •.i.«i |*.'«!'l '(.«.{ ••II lh«- 

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ber deceaae to Thomas Bardolf and his heirs for ever, which manor was 
then held of Lawrence de Huntyngfield, by what service was unknown, and 
worth c s. yearly in all issues, and they state the age of Thomas Bardolf to 
be forty years and more, he being in fact in his forty-first year. 

The jurors on the inquisition taken at Croydon, com. Surrey, on the last 
day of August, 17th £dw. II., found that she had held the manor of 
Adyngton, in the aforesaid county, for the term of her life only, by the 
service of making a certain dish called Maupigernoun at the coronation of 
the lord the King, and that aftor the deccase of the said Isabella it was to 
remain to Thomas Bardolf and his heirs, bv fine thereof levicd in the court 
of the said lord the King by charter of licence betwcon the said Isabella 
Lady Bardolf and Master James de Mohun, to hold of the lord the King 
and his heirs by the service aforesaid. It is evidcnt from the age of Thomas 
Lord Bardolf, severally stated on these inquisitions as of thirty years and 
more, of forty years and more, and fifty years and more, that her successor 
m these manors was her only surviving son and heir Thomas Lord 
Bardolf, and that owing to the decease of William Bardolf her second son 
without issue, such manors as had been settled upon him by the feofment of 
King Edward I., reverted in fee to the Lady Isabella Bardolf, whereupon by 
fine, to which this Master James dc Mohun, probably the son of her moiher 
by her first husband, John de Mohun, was a party, they were resettled upon 
ber eldest son, who by the jurors of the inquisition taken at Lewes is 
described in these words, et dicunt quod predictus Thomas est filius et pro- 
pinquior heres predicte Isabclle de sanguine, et est etatis triginta annorum 
et amplius. On inquisitions of later date, after the failure of the male issue 
of Isabella Lady Bardolf, the charter of Edward I. above recited was pro- 
duced before the jurors, who supposing that the entail had taken effect, they 
^sely describe this elder brother, Thomas Bardolf, to have died without 
issue, and that William Bardolf, his brother, left a son of the name of 
Thomas Bardolf, who was the common ancestor, at variance with the find- 
ings upon these contemporar^' inquisitions, taken immediately after the 
decease of the Lady Isabella Bardolf. 

Thomas Lord Bardolf married a lady of the name of Agnes, whose 
lineage remains unknown, and the assertion of the continuator of Mr. 
Blomfield*8 Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of 
Norfolk, that she was the daughtor of the Lord Grandisson, is contradicted 


xcTiii Piir.PArK. 

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iiigh thirty years, the Monday next after the feast of the Conception of the 
hlessed Virgin Mary, Uth December, 31 Edw. III. 1357, being the day 

finding ikm that Thomas Bardolf died scizcd of a moicty of the manor of Sholford with 
the appnrtenances, of the Lord the King in chicf by the Hcrvice of half a knight'8 ficf, and 
they saj that there are no mestiuages and no lands in demesno bclonging to tho dame 
moiety, but that the sum of the valuc of the said moiety of the manor of Sholfurd was 
8/t. 5*. At Ockbrookf a parish in the hundred of Morleston and Litchurch, tho lands 
and tenements held of the King in chief by military ser^ice, wcre valued at 12 ii. 6d, 
The extent of the lands and tenements which had becn thosc of Thomas Banlolf made 
by the escheatoni of the King bcyond Trcnt was retumed at 21 8 /t. 17*. 1 </. and those 
on the hither side of Trent made tho sum total of 253 /j'. 8*. 10 r/. and ono farthing. 
In Leicestershire he held the manor of Hallougliton of the King in chi(>f, as parccl of the 
moiety of the Barony of Shelford, by the service of ono knight^s fief, and of tho same 
honour were the manors of Ruskington with its mcmbcrs, Westborough with its mcmbers, 
•nd Wrawby with its members, in Lincolnshire, that of Middleton alias Milton Malsor in 
Gambridgeshire, and Alvaston, Ambaston, Thurlston, Eskinton, and Drcason in Dcrby- 
■hire. He also held these advowAons, half of thc church of Gedling, com. Notts, the 
chorches of Tilney, Morley, Westbriggs, Fincham St. Martin, and North Rungton in 
com. Norfolk; of Owmby, Drinkhill, Ruskington, and Westborough, Lincolnshire ; of 
Plumpton, com. Sussex ; of Staplcford and tlio chapel of Whcmstcd, com. Hcrts ; and of 
BnMlwell, com. Essex. At the time of the survey of Domcsday, (iuisfridus Alsc>Iin was 
lord of Shelford, and in sevcral cutrics mention is made of Ralph, his nephew, and 
before the year 1108, 8th Henry l. this burony of the Domesday tenant was in moioties 
between Robert de Caux (Chalz or Calz) and a second Geoffrcy Halselin, the son of 
Ralph, as appears by this entry in a rocord of that date. Rodbertus de Chalz et Goffridus 
Halselinus in Wragebi 4 carrucatas, ct 5 bovatas, ct tcrtiam partom unius bovatc, under 
Jerfourc wapentacha. In Domcs^lay, this manor in Vurborough wapentuke is thus de- 
•cribed under Terra Goisfridi Alsolin. Munerium. In Waragebi habuit Tocbi ii carnicatas 
terre, et iii bovatas, et v partem unius bovato ad geldum. Torra vii caru<'aruni. Ibi 
nunc in dominio ii carruca?, et xvi villani, et xv bordarii habentcs iiii carrucas. Ibi 
ecclcsia et presbiter et c acne prati, et c acra» silve. Pastuni por loca. Tcnipore Regis 
Edwardi vaiuit x libras, modo vi libras. Tailla xx solidi. Rudulfus tonct do (loiHfrido. 
Soca. In Eleham ii carucata? tcrre et ii bovuta^ ad gelduni. In Cbctclbi iii bo%atic terrsB 
et iii pars i bovate ad geldum. Tcrra vi camicarum. Soca ct inlund in Waragcbi. IW 
nunc in dominio i camica, ct xi sochmanni, et iiii villani, et viii bonlurii cuni ii camicis, 
et cxiiii acras prati. This Robcrt do Caux had apparently marric<l thc daughtcr and 
heiress of Gcoffrcy Asclin, and tbc barony dcsccnded in inoiotics to cach of tb(»sc repre- 
sentatives of thc two tcnants in Doinosday. In the Pipe Roll, 31 Hcn. I. under the 
heading Nova Placita ct Novc Convcntioncs in Notinghaniscira ct I)crbics<'ira, wc read 
Radulfus Haiselinus rcddit compotum de cc marcis argcnti ct i marca auri pro rclcvatione 
terre patris sui ; and this Ralph will have been son of Gcoffrcy living in 1108, and was 

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Owing to certain cbarters of feofinent niade in his lifetime by Thonias 
Lord Bardolf, in favour of his sons to the exclusion of his widow's right, the 
latter was obliged to sue them in the King's court, and to demand their 
restitution from tbeir guardian. After a long process, of which record is 
annexed to the inquisitions post mortem, the Earl consented to restore her 
dower upon finding that the King by his brief had upbraided Sir John de 
Stonore, and the other justices of his bcnch, for having delayed to give 
judgment in the suit upon view of his letters patents ; whcreupon, a new 
extent was ordered on her behalf of the nianors so claimed, as specified in 
this writ, of which copies in the same words were addressed to each sheriff 
of the counties wherein the lands were situate. 

" Edwardus, Dei gratia Rex Anglic, Domiuus Hibornie, et Dux Aquitanie, 
Vicecomiti Sussexie, salutem. Cum Agnes que fuit uxor Thome Bardolf 
defuncti, qui de nobis tenuit in capite, nuper petivisset coram justiciariis 
nostris de Banco per breve nostrum versus Johannem filium Thome Bardolf 
et Elizabetham uxorem ejus terciam partem manerii de Plumpton ut dotem 
ipsius Agnetis, que eam contingit de libero tenemento quod fuit predicti 
Thome, quondam viri sui, et iidem Johannes et Elizabetha placitando coram 
justiciariis predictis vocassent inde ad warrantuni Johannem filiuni et heredem 
predicti Thome infra etatem et in custodia Johannis de Warenna comitis 
Surreie, cui custodiam duarum partium terraruni et Uniemcntonmi, que 
fuerunt ejusdem Thome usque ad legittimam etateni heredis predicti com- 
misiraus sub certa forma habendam, existenteni, ideoque comes nomine 
predicti heredis per licenciam curie nostre prefate Agncti predictam dotem 
Buam reddidisset, per quod consideratum est quod eadem Agnes habeat de 
terra predicti heredis in custodia predicti comitis existentis ad valorem dotis 
Bupradicte, sicut per recordum et processum inde habitum que coram nobis 
in canccllaria nostra venire fecinuis, plenius apparet, nos super veruni 
valorem manerii predicti premissa occasione certiorari volentes, tibi pre- 
cipimus quod manerium predictum per sacramentum proborum et legalium 
hominum de balliva tua, per quos rei veritas melius sciri poterit, diligenter 
extendi facias, quantum, videlicot, valeat per annum ut in dominiis, homagiis, 
serviciis, redditibus et aliis exitibus terre juxta verum valorem ejusdeui, et 
extentam inde factam nobis sub sigillo tuo et sigilli^ eorum per quos facta 
fuerit, sine dilatione mittas et hoc breve. Teste meipso apud Croyndon 
primo die Marcii anno regni nosiri quinto." (1 March, 1331.) 


this John Lord Bardolf, and the Lady Elizabeth his wife, appointed John 
de LASceles junior to deliver in their name to the said Lady Avice seisin 
of the fourth part of the manor of Kirkby-under-Knoll, to which were 
two seals : one of the Lord Bardolf, azure, thrce cinquefoils or ; the other 
a large and round seal, in the centre the arms of Bardolf, in the summit 
and base, or, a plain cross gules in a bordure sablc, the arms of De Burgh 
difTerenced to distinguish an eldest son ; on the right side three shields of 
arms, Ist, argent, a lion rampant gules, Leon ; 2nd, or, three chevrons 
gules, Clare ; 3rd, gules, a castle triple-towered or, Castile : on the left 
side other three, Ist, Castile ; 2nd, barry of six argcnt and gules nebuly, 
a bend over all azure, Damory ; 3rd, Leon. The illustrious lady, through 
whom this royal descent was conveycd to her daughter and her descendants, 
by the title of " Elizabeth de Bourg, Dame de Clare," made her will on 
the 23th day of September, in the year of the Incamation of our Lord Jesus 
Christ, 1355, containing these bequests ; *'Item, je devise a ma fille Bardolf 
mon lit de vert velvet raie de rouge ove quantque a ce attient, ensemble- 
ment ove une coverture d'un drap murre ove la paane de minever puree, 
une dymy coverture de la seute, et une coverchief d'Ynde samyt ove la 
paane de blammer et i coverture de tanne mesle ove la paane de grys. 
Item, je divise k ma dite fille une grand shale de worstede, le champe tanne 
ove paperayes et cokerele de blu et quantque a ce appent. Item, je divise 
k ma dite fille mon grant char ove les houces, tapitz et quissyns et quant- 
que a ce appendent. Item, je divise a Monsieur Johan de Bardolf et a ma 
dite fille, sa compaigne, joyntement en mes manoirs de Calthorpe et Clopton 
de fiirment pur le semail, come appartient a seson yvernaille, xxvi quarters. 
De mixtilon et segle viii quarters iiii busseaux. Item, pur la seson 
quaresmel des pois xvii quarters iiii busseaux. D*orge xxviii quarters, 
iiii busseaux. De draget ix quarters, iiii busseaux. Des aveignes xxii 
quarters, i bussell. Des chivaux charettes iiii. Des affres, xii. Des boefs 
xvii, ensemblement ove mes charettes et carues qe as dits manoirs appar- 
tinent et tut leur apparail. Item, je divise a ma joefne fille Isabel Bardolf, 
en eide de lui marier un hanap plat d'or, ii grant draguers amaillez en 
parcelle et xii grosses sausers d'argent, mon lit de sandal murre ove une 
coverture de cendryn mesle ove la paane de menever. Item, a Agneis sa 
8oer en eide de lui marier, i croiz d'argent, ii chaundelabres, ii salers, 
i godet, i grant esquile pur raumerie, i hanap d argent pounson6, i nief pur 

l'iir«iiAiit tii lhr«t* «irit«. Jnhn DalH^muii •hrnfT fif S'i«M*i. .I'.!,ii 
N4 iiri-« ••hi riff til Siiiithaiii|itiiii«hirr. I(.il|>h •{•* l.i l.iiiiii.i •!.• r !Ti>t !.■ •'■ 
«hiir. K.ilph ih« |ttihn«-r nhiTitT nt' ^•irk-{. n. .iiii ih^ <•{■• r;rf nf N •:? SiitTnlk, 1 .1« h «4-n( i-i)|iii-« ii| th*- • \ti-iit« iniil* >it ihi- ni.i!.--;* «il \*\'.,:: , ' 
C ir«Mtli.ini, I illini:h.iiii. Iliithill. >tniiiip«h.iw. aifi Nr>>tth\. 

" Kxtfiita t|iiMruiitLiin ti rr.iniiii i-t ti-iii-iiic-iitnniiii. i{>i«- tu« riiiit 1 :.'>i 
Itanliill t.ii t.i |M-r «1iiit««i« \itiviiiiiili-* : 

**I.\t«'iit.i niaiiiTii ili- i*liiiii{ittiti . . • liii** it/i. \...ii. if/. 'Jt. 
** l.ili-iita in.iiii-rn ih' (inth.iin . . . w /1. wi'/. 
**l.\lrnl.i iMaiMT.i lii- I i'iiii|:h.llll . . . \\\:/i. w-. «. >:'/. 
*'i.\t(Ut.i iu.ilirrii il«- ||«ith.ll . . . \i.ii/i. \.i... .'/. y. 

**l.\i«iiia iii.iii«-iii lii Striiiii|<«"*hi \ . . \\:\/i. \^.. •. \ «/. «/. 
**l.\tiiil.i tiiaiii tii ili- -N riiiiti h\ . . . \.i/i. \..i. ^ '^ y. 

** Siiiiiin.i titt.ili« . . 1 1111 " \i.t/i. v.i. \ . •/. t^. 

** Iiiih' iluii |mrl«-« . I \\\ /1. \ii. «t liuii {«.ir^i'* u:.. .<• «|iijilnfiti«. 
** linh* l«-rrt.i |iir« . l\u/i. \\ fl \ u/. rt !• ri ..1 ;>i:< 1.... .« t|iLa(lrj:.' 
Niitwiihvt.iinliui; lh<-*i' r«-tiirii«, tiihi-r l.iUii*. w.fh !{.t « \i • , '.uii iif | . 
li.iiii, wi n' r\«*iitiull\ .i««ii;ni-ii ln ht-r 111 tiiivn r. ::i.i-ii.iii :> .i< at t}ii 
• •t h«T thi-i-aM- «ihf hi-lil th«' .iil\itii*iin nt thi* ihuriii •■t Mrjilwi-ll. . 
hiiinlnti nf |).iii«-««*\ . .iiiil iwii kiiik'hl • t'i«t< 1:1 thf t«!.-iri ••! Jiih.i!. 
u liiiM iif .liihfi il«- Orrth\. tniii. r*«a\. a ki.i.'^i'.*« ti< I :u \|ii|il!> 
.^Mliiii. iii th«' 1« iiuri' iit .hihii il«- \|.illt-->ri •. I i<iu. N'>rtii.i{ii|>t<>u 
•uii:*-. A«'. 111 I i.iltii^i;:hliiii. I iin. |.«\i«-«ttr. tM'i t.ini^.iti • ■•! l.iti>* 
lifiHik. iiiiii. |Nrh\. tiii- in.iiiiir^ nf llkrltii;: .i:. i r* :.T .u Ib-rw \ • 
Su<>«« \. aiiil lii«- in.\uiir< lif K u<>k.iik't^>u. W • «tlxiriiujh. .iu<i I .ll.n^^h.t:. 
I.iui. Of hi< ••thi r l.iu>l< .liiiiu l.tinl<i>>lt l.jii !;\«r\ *.*th 1.*' 
i^lJl.'». iifi ihiiiiL' ht« hiiiii:i;:i-. hi- 1h m^ lln 11 iit .i,:i-. 

t)f thr inh«-rit.ini I- uf Uii«*t-r l>.iiniir\ ».i» .\ t-urrii jsirt uf iJi- 
Kirkli\-iiiiil« r-Kn«>ll .lini l.-kn« k ui ^«'rk^hin. {•.im 1 i>f f ■ 
«hiih h.iil Ut-ii that nf lCi^ji r ih |..i«ti'ii*. .1 iLirf:i i<t |*a:'...- 
th«- {•!ir]Mrt\ iif .liih.iuna. hi» « itli «t «liu;:!.!.. r. vi;fi> uf i t. 
wiiu.f. whii h.i\ iiii: «iifi-^itf' «1 Sir S.ntiu W anl «i| ihi» hi r ■ 
riiii\i*\i-«l it tii |{iii:i r l>aiiiiir\, lu ri^jiit nf h:« \iifi> it u .- 
I.iTii llirii.f uiiiil thf li»th viar i.f l..i*.inl 111. |:i;i«i. « . 
it !•• tn. |.:iii\ ,\\uv. l.iif u.ft- .it .Xr K.ilHrt 1 ti!i«t\hl« • : 
«i{it' «•! thi- 1 tiiiiir* nf lCtyiT «1«' I^M«l«*«. li\ ilix^i ilati . 


iM)r esrhontor, 


' i|ual 
iii and 
i'uund8, after 
II vcrt to 
I Iiis wife, 
■ 1' the King^ 
1-^Ii/abeth de 
•«' i inaser ove 
■"■ut surorre, et 
tut rapparail," 
■'iited him oneof 

Intore Thoraas de 

v\y i>iiKrArr. 

rnriii*, i nii i-iimt. i iti«ir«ilr1 aniiiiii4'i.ii vn. i-i \ I i li.i*"','. ••r« ini\»l!f« i 

ltl*!U. il 1.1 illti* \;.'11i-|^ llll Ilt trVlfii'. <l M l.l ■'.•«. • ri it I lllltl-]Ml 

i'aiii« iiit lii* trijN- i)« !■ Ii « a|i2>iir*i-ii iiii'i'«. it i ii>%i-;t'>ri •!• lilii iai* \a 

|-'.!i/.iUtli ili- lliirjli. |.;iii\ *'i { l.irr. •{;••! •n fhf f>i:rth «Ll\ «if ^ 


•'U I'.«1m. III. l:i(ili. iiiil \\:r Mrit nt 11.1111 1 1 iii«it «\*ririiiini tti 
k«'l)i\, thr Kiii;:'* •-•« hi'.it<ir iii thi- «•iiii.t\ ••! I.iimoih. tn lakr hi 
tli<' kiiiu'*« h.iiii!. 1- il.iti il fr^itii \\ I «*ii:iii«tt r. ••:! lh«- «itlh f-* 
fitlliiMiii'.;. Pnr u.iiit !•■ il .iii im|iii«.I.^>ii m.i« t.iW« ii .it ('avtf 
i-l«-v«-iith i| i\ i>t' |)i 1 1 iiihi r t\* \\ « :i<iiiif.'. ••!! u!.h h t' «■ riiidir 
».i* tii thi< « f^^i* T. iniiMU, tli.i» I-'.lirAUt}i •!•■ Iliip/h ».i* mi» 

«1«-|1H-'«T:«- .11 i»|" \\f i.f .i:.\ l.llliU nr trlH ii» :i?* Ill tlir i iM|||1\ 

th«' il.i\ titi uh.ih -iif ilh-^l. hi|t .1 ••■rt.i^M (iilinrl «ir 
*ri-«'ii 111 hi^ il* iiK -i.r .!• t.f fi •■ iif thr nf (' i\ t!itirpi' 
ti-ll.llirr* II) lhi> •-••iii-.t\ .itiir«oiHl. .lli«l itf tll«* •.lllir tll»lir> 
ti-ll.1l i-« <« «-lift ••{!• «i lii»'.'rr I>.-.ii^^r\ riii^l thr .ifiir*-*aiil I 
Mitr iif thr o.iiii |{iH;rr. Iti h.l^*' .ilit* ttt hi>ltl tti tlli* •allM* I' 

aipl tti thr h%*ir* «if tli«' ».iiil |{^i.*t r. \iitl thr .ifnn-o 

\*1 ■ ihicior ihi* .if.irri.iiil |.li/4lH-th had lnvii -r' 

inatiiir Mith it« .ippiirti ii.iih «••. .i« nf li«*r fniik t«iiriTu*ti' 
«.iiil !• ••tiiit iit. .111 1 i.f «iti h ti niirr .iiul nn t>lhrr H 
iii.iiitir vii!li rhr .i]-{>iit< li iiiii « u 1« hi-ltl (if ihr I.< 
h\ thr •4r\.ii- ft •111« kl iL'ht'" tirf. aii«l WA« «o* 

iiii*««\ /i. \ii. \ii:7. ^•{•liiij thAt tlii* afun-Mi*' 
fiHirtli *i.\\ iif \^iw iiilHr. III !h«' nith «i*ar uf thr t 
lM'ih, «laiiirhtrr «tf ihr afiin*<ii<l HufpT and Klifla 
«!«• Kinlitlf knik'ht h.iil lak«-n t«» «ifr. U thr 
ICfii:**''. itf thr tiiaiiiir af<tn*«Ai«l with thr a|i|NirU" 
thirlv \»'AT^ aitil iiit*rf. 

Aiitithrr iii<|iii«i(itiii iiiailr at StAumlao* in 
ilr Wiilfrnnn. th«* Kiiii;'* <■«« liratiir in thr • 

|Nt'iirr thr fr.iM tif S|. 'nitiltUI« tllT .\pOtllr, C 

Uth «h- MiirL'h hi-lil «m thr lUy im «hirh th 
o nain niJiitir. «-alliNl !.«• Doii*. in thr %\\ 
rttiint). ••f thr inhf riiaiiri* «if Kliubrlh »i 
lit ir «it |{iic<r |laiiit>r\. 


■ptTtniitiliii*, i\t rapitahbiii duioini* froHonitn illoruni prr «miru iodr pnu» 
cli*liita i-t c-tiii<iirtA im|H-qirtiiiifn, in Talorrm (|uin(}iia|nnu nuiminun trrn* 
prr anniiiii iii partrm nti«fartioni« rmtiini librataruro trm» annuarum. (ir 
quihti* riiicni Kofrrrw pro «crTirio inio pmlirto «ibi rt dictb hrrrdibiia »ui« 
halM'ndi« promi«»imu<« profidrrr, prout in littrrit iiotth* l^ktmtibu* ludr (*<ni- 
frrti* pl(*niiu rontiiN*tur, No«, dr aaiim»u IVrlatorum, Comitum* llarunum 
rt Prorcnim pnniirtonim roiici*«4imu« pn> tiobi* rt hrrrdibut ocMtht pn*- 
fato |{«>iri ni pro ««• rt dirti* hrrr«iibcu «ui* rmturo marvmt prrdpimda* «in- 
inilift aniii« ad Soarrnhutn no«tnim a«i fr^ta Sanrti Mtrharlia rt l^kKhr prr 
r«|iial«-t |M)rtionc*«. (|Ui>(i«(|U«* diria« rrntiim marrataa trrrr annua» dr dirti* 
mitutii libratt* t<>rn* adliur n*niaiirnti*« 11111 rt hrrrchbu» mu« prtHtrtii 
fvoi^hmii^ pro\idrh ; iti tanirn (|uod «i tibi ci hrn*dibu« Miia pn^tiirtu imir 
paniruUtim {mt u*f% rt hrntir* iio«tnM pmviftum furht, tunr cir cLrtit 
cmtum niar(-:« annuM lantuni dcM-i^iat, (|iiantum «ibi trl dirtia brrrdibuft «uit 
p(*r N<»« \i'l hrn*dr« n<»«tru« provi«um furrit, ut r«t dirtum. lo rujua rri 
tr^tinioiiiiini }u« littrm^ no«tra« ^rri fi<riniu« |katrnt(*«« l'r«tr mr i|»«o 
apud (ioM ford lu NorthunilNTlaiid xti* dir AuKU»ti. aono rrirni ncMth trrtio- 

ihrw rhtrlrn «•» thr l*atrni Kull. l<>tli M«l«. II., pr\» Httf^tr» liammwrp H VUmk^HJki^ 

UBurr ru* 

Hr% ••tlin l tia »•! *\U'^. Ar. SriAltti. «|ttu>l rtim. yf^» U>CM> H Uo>U>>tll •rr«irH*. qttivl 

•lil«<«i':a • t h i« It* 114 «(«r Kti(rru« lliunmtift n*'t i« ttup«T in ramftirfu int#r n^* ri Hrwit« 
iciimii-i« fi r«l>«l!«« ni*(r^* «{■«•l SinitrUn KAfiii» inii^^n-lit. |ir«>mMWBrmiat «lAnr ri-lrw 
Itucvi^* rcniiim niArala* Irrrr {irr ftnntim. K*i<n«lM H tmrn-lw «i^t ri hrrv>til «• wm 
IKi|*rr|-ttuuni. \««. «iJnitrv priimiMMinrm n««trun mt lariAm ••l«rr«ftfv. |*r«^t •l«v>r<. «i 
fo liU iitiu* i|ui« i>l<-m K«i|(«Tut (!lic*hr<h*m «Ir llurKii ntnMa^m««m n^mlUvn rAt^ 
MaMii •!ti«il in u«>ir«-m. i|Mmi|ur KlifAl>«-Cli«m. una rum rwil*«B Kt^irrf*'. |-'*"t i^vrr 
tirmtHmt . ''.r*\imu» r1 •• ii'-««MmiM |>r«> n<*^w rC hrrr^tiliu* ni.MlrM f»rr|AlM K<i<rr«> rC KiiU 
Irtiiir ni4i>rriiiTtt t\r (\iukt«liAJI rum iirrtin^tirt, i|u<^l Rir«rlu« «Ir ii^ r tm j *, nu|i^ 
PliH^rma I •«{•trii n'«tr. irnuit a>l trrmsnum «itr Mir, #C iiunl f"Ml •wirirm r^uftlrs 
RWrilt ft<l manum n««crun )«m «Sr«mtl. lUlM-nilum ti tmrntltim n»lr«i RAKrft» ti 
Kliiabrthr rt hrrvvlihu* i|«atui K«>it<^. unA runi fn«lM Rulitui», *«l«ia^»mitw «rrlr 
«ftruin, rt I niiti) ti* *Jim ».1 mAn«nuro lUum «iM-tAhU^u*. ilr rA|MtAlt! u» «UicniaM fr*«li 
tlliua 1« r •■r^.* vA inilr •(• i ,tA «i ii.ttstivtA iOi|irr)wiuum. in «iJ^rvm «itfmti tilrwm l«-rrr 
|irr *tin-ifti. III i^rtr Mti*f«i (.••m* !»• tArum rrnlum nur«*rum t«rrr tn r*jja*. Ar. T««l# 
Rnr** i| -1 1 N n).«nit rikMi «-«!•• ilir Julit l*«-r ifvum K*ir*v- 

|l« ynr% ■.• •I.»rt>r*. Ut«-«l rr«j-«-ti»^ 1« xt ( Urvii^l*n. Iith I • t- . »'. I *l W in«li»*, Ma«. I 17. tlir luktnr *'1 IUJi;hli>nr •>( ihr %tl^ ff T ■• . ait-1 ti*r UkAiMjr ••# NMvibftiir 
• f thr «Aiui «f J" '•. ««rr irrthlv*! lu th'- «un.- |MrlM« in lik^ 9*' 


Gosforth is the name of two villages in Castle ward» (andentlj in the 
parish of St Nicholas,) Newcastle, now distinguished by the epithets North 
and South, and in the last named yillage is a chapel, whence it may be in- 
ferred that there was here a royal residence in the immediate yicinity of 
that town. In company with the King at Newcastle were the Earls of Lan- 
caster, Pembroke, Arundel, Hereford, Warren, and the Earl Marshall, the 
King*8 brother, also Hugh Despenser, Rog^r Dammory, and Hugh de 
Audley» who were the three heirs of the earldoms of Gloucester and Hert- 
ford, by their marriages with the three sisters of the late Earl, Gilbert de 
Clare. 'the chronicle of Lanercost thus notices the further progress of 
the royal army :" eodem etiam anno, 1319, facta concordia finali, ut crede- 
batur, inter Regem et comitem Lancastrie, intraverunt ambo circa festum 
Assumptionis Virginis gloriose terram Scotie cum magno exercitu, et posue- 
runt se ad invadendum villam Berwici." Upon news of the victory of the 
Scotch army at Myton upon Swale, the siege was raised, and the army dis- 
banded as soon as it was discovered that the enemy had withdrawn into 
Scotland, taking their route by Staynmore, and Gillesland, and the westem 
parts. The Earl of Lancaster and the Earl of Hereford not long after- 
wards were defeated at Boroughbridge on Tuesday 16 March, 1328, when 
the last named was slain and the former made prisoner ; who was subse- 
quently, on the morrow of St. Benedict, 22 March, beheaded on a small 
hill in the vicinity of Pontefract. *' In this year, 15 Ric. II. in Lent, 
Thomas, Earl of five counties, was beheaded, the Earl of Hereford slain 
in battle, and barons and knights killed and put to death afler trial, and 
imprisoned in castles,*' writes our chronicler ; and by the monk of Laner- 
cost he is thus described : << ditior comes mundi, utpote qui quinque habuit 
comitatus, scilicet, Lancastrie, Lincolnie, Salisburie, Leicestrie et Ferrers. 
The manor of Sandal Parva, otherwise Kirk Sandal, was of the lands of 
the Earls Warren ; but in its immediate vicinity is the hamlet of Long 
Sandal, in the parish of Doncaster, which was of the land of the Earl of 
Mortain, and subinfeuded at the time of the survey to Nigel Fossard, and 
of his descendants the family of De Mauley this manor will have been held 
by Sir Gerard Salvin, and by him surrendered to the king. The manor of 
Holton, in the hundred of Bullington, com. Oxon. Eltone in Domesday, 
and then the land of Roger d'Ivry, was subsequently parcel of the Honour 
of St. Walery, which had been given to Richard Earl of Comwall, King 


of tho llotnan*, anci lU^^crnHtHi to lii« Min. FUiniunH KArl of ('«>ni«all. *>f 
«h»^* ^ift liartholtinif» ilr kam ia hrlii it for hi* hfr. »ho «a* h«inir IHh 
Iviw. II. |:il(), fi)M*n lic* fia« n^tunMti l.oni of th«* \ill of llaltrhioiM* m 
liolinilcMifl* huiiiin**!. iH th«* nunifir of raukr^hallr, of thr inhrniantr <if 
thr fainiU* of |{r%irr«. anti nfivr thr iir«^*a4r of iMhrlla «L* lortiKu*, 
Coutitfl*«* of Aunmlr aiiii of I>«*?i>n, thr |ir«»|M*rty uf thr rruvii. «r hx\r 
alntiilv tnaflr nirntifMi. aiHi t«ifr«*th«*r with thr manor of Kmninffiim.* al*4i 
«ituat** in thr rit4*nM%r |i«ri«h f>f I«anilH*th, r«>ni. SurrrT, it wa« rirhan;:«<l 
h\ thr |>artM*« on whoni it lia«l thu« (irvol«c*il. with Kinff M^lwani III. f<>r 
thr two luauort iif i'Io|>i4>n aiui IlkrtMU. a«i wr U-aru fruin tht*«v rtitnr« on 

* Tltt* rltarlrr **t iMilirUA •!• F*irtiliu«, ('u«inli-«B ff Aumjilr ajnal |W««*n. ^m»i Ia.1i «f 
lltr Ulr. )•« «tktili «li*' i;r&nlr«l !•• kmrf l>^l«*r«t i. llt*< «iKfl** |«|r u( Hijffii, il.r n^ti r 
!•( ('liri«t< Iturt li III IwMiKani, in llaiu|«tkkr« . *<- muf-num «!•- lAaili*-th. m r«>n*>i.i(j <«<.r 
nrir. ftiit.til « uin iitJtMin". <{u>»l «•■.kittr Ia ^\r (*4tik««. m l*Ar«« liui •l«* lAmK't* . • im 
Cinini> ti« •iit* lirrtiiit^ntii*. f^r •\"*'** tHArk». l-r*ni .Ulr a|>u>| *i|i>k«rU |*r«if« l^n.K^hr 
«lic lunr |irtikun>* ant«i ft^lum H«n«-ti MArtini in li_««<ttM', Ann>> ll««imi MilW«im«i rr-* 
n4inAik*^m" t« nn*. *ii«} »aa •ttn«-«*r<l l>f Utr l^inl %nih<>n«, llMlf«)< nl lhirK*in. *»ira 
Km liar*! <lr A*t«'ti. li.lU-rt «tr Knii«ill. Rit itarl A- U 4l-Ui;r»«r. J..r«Un •!*- k.?if««e. n, 
li«*)w-rt ilr («Uuin>>nf»n. an*l J<>lin l|.-«n"nL*. knii:*.*!. J.l.n Ar iininMCr<lr. I*titi.{ tr 
Taiih*. K<>«;*-r «1«' tUniimi, Maltrr itr lAnirt*'n, «-lrrk«. An-t <i<ltrf«. i>n thr mn»- •!•« 
•Iir ntA'li l.<-r «ill. An<l iMntnl K« hrr fSnc*r« If-r rtr«-u!<'r«, nftntrl?, i).r \} hi4 «•# i^»rr, 
Ihr rrtitr ff llr*>itimi*rr, tlir i*n«ir i>f (ItnaCfi» hun h, «n.t (till^rt «U kn*i«iU. ftn«i t^itf 
U*rri-)« fAtt|^r<«l. «hr rrCirv*! («• r«-«C. Aflrr hA«inc lArlftkrn nf ihr Ititi^ r««nmunKj«i «t 
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131*>. *n<l «ulMriiurfill* It* thr <Ulr of ihi« rtf i«*nc it mft» * r«'«*l 



the Rolls of Charters and Letters Patent of the eleventh year of his reign, 

Pro Elizahetha de Burgo. Rex Archiepiscopis, &c. salutem. Sciatis nos 
dedisse, concessisse, et hac carta nostra confirmasse dilecte consanguinee 
nostre Elizabethe de Burgo, que fuit uxor Rogeri Dammory, duas partes 
manerii de Ilketelleshale cum pertincntiis in comitatu Suffolcie, que fuerunt 
Johannis nuper Comitis Comubie, fratris nostri,* necnon illas yiginti libra- 
tas redditus, quas Johannes de Sekford nobis ad terminum vite ipsius Jo- 
hannis annuatim reddere tenetur pro manerio de Clopton cum pertinentiis 
in eodem comitatu, quod tcnet ad terminum vite sue ex conccssione dicti 
Comitis ;t que quidera due partes una cum eodem redditu viginti librarum 
md manus nostras per mortem ipsius Comitis dcvenerunt, et reversio dicti 
manerii de Clopton post mortem prefati Johannis de Sekford ad nos spec- 
tat, eo qaod idem Comes obiit sine herede de corpore suo procreato ; Ha- 
bendas et tenendas, videlicet dictas duas partes cum pertinentiis ad totam 
▼itam prefate Elizabethe, ac dictum redditum ad terminum vite ipsius Jo- 
hannis de Sekford, si ipsam eundem Johannem supervivere contingat, una 
com feodis militum, advocacionibus ecclesiarum, parcis, boscis, warrennis, 
feriis, mercatis, libertatibus, consuetudinibus et servitiis tenentium tam libe- 
rorum quam nativorum et omnibus aliis ad dictas duas partes et redditum 
predictum qualitercumque spectantibus, de nobis et heredibus nostris per 
servicium quarte partis feodi unius militis pro omni servicio ; ita quod post 
mortem predicte Elizabethe predicte due partes cum pertinentiis, simul cum 

• John of Kltham, Earl of Comwall, brother of Edwani the Tliird, accordin^ to the 
Scotichronicon, died of a wound rcccived from thc King at Perth, during the month of 
September, 1336 ; tandem sibi occurrit ad villam de Perth frater ejus Johanncs, Ilel- 
tham nomine, per partes oc-cidentales Scotia; iter agens, que terras, quas frater suus nuper 
ad pacem acceperat ct ecclesiam Prioratus dc Lesmaliago gladio ct igne consunip^ut, ac 
plures animaa ad ecclesias confugientes, igne supposito, cum ipsis ccclcsiis cxtinxit et 
penitus delevit. Cumque idem Ucx, ante niagnum altare Sancti Johannis, super proe- 
miaBifl ipsum, ut debuit, arguerct ; et ipse Regi indignanti animo responderet, subito 
fratris spata «ive cultello extracto percussus, rebus exutus cst humanis. Dugdale sup- 
pr os B O S thiflimputed assassination, dcscribing him to havc nierely fallen siok at thc town of 
St. John, and to have there departed this life, without wife or issue ; whence his bo<ly was 
brought to tbe Abbey of Westminster, and buried in St. Edniund'»chai>el under a nionu- 
ment, which yet remains, without any epitaph to tell the sad story of his unhappy cnd. 

+ John de Sekford had a confirmation of the grant of the nianor of Clopton for life iu 
the sixth yeor of Edward III. 1322. (Rot. Pat. 6 Edw. III. pars prima,) 


ffodi», adTocaciofiibut, paresft, boccift, warrmnit, lihntAtibut rt oniDibuft 
aliit pmlictis, nrcnon dictui» miditut viinnti librmnim, «i idrro J<>hjinn«*« dr 
8i*kford prrfatAm KlixabetKam tupmriirrit* diWrto rt 6drli noctro Jtihaiitu 
llardolf rt Klixabethr uiori rjiu 6lir pmiictonim Kofnri rt ElixaU-thr. ut 
hrnpdi rju«di*ro Hafrrn« rt hrrrdibut rjuMWm KliaabHhr niorii Johanni« 
fproanrant, tromdr ridelicrt dictr due partra de nobia et beredibua D<Mtni 
prr icnricium prrdictum imprrprtuum, in ncambiura pro maneni« lir 
Kmynf^ton rt FaukrmhaUr cum prrtinmtiii tn ccjcnitatu Hurrrir, qur {>nr< 
dicta Klixahrtha dr Hurirn tmrt ad terroinum vite tue, et qur pcnt monrm 
ejuMlrm Klixabrthe di* lUirirn prrfatr Kliiabcthr, uiori prrdicti Johannu, ut 
fllir rt hi*rpdi prrdicti Hofprn rt herrdibuf fuii rrmanrre drbrrmt, nobi* prr 
dictam Klixab«*tham dr nunro ad vitam fttam dandi« rt concedmdit, f t n<>bi« 
etiam H hrredibuf miftnf prr pn*fatna Jtihannrro Hardolf rt Kliiabrtham 
uiorrm rjus rrmittmdit rt quirtif cUmandif imprrfM*tuum. (*nnrr«firou« 
iniuprr pro noliif rt hrmhbuf noftrit rt hac rarta no«tra confirmavtmu* 
quod trrria pam dicti mam*rii dr Ilk«*tl<>«hali* cum prrtinmtiia, qtiam Alia* 
nora, qor fuit uior (tuidonif Frrrr, tm«^ in dot«nn vrl alia« ad terminuro 
vitr fur,* rt qt*r pO!%t mortrro ipfiut Alianorr ad nof rt hrrptiet no«tn»« 
rrvc^i di*brn*t, poft d«*cr«fum tpftitu Alianorp, ac prrdictum manrrium dr 
Cloptoct poft mort4*m pn*fati Johannif d«* S«*kfoni pnniicte KUxabrthr de 
HurfTo ad totam \itam «^u«<irm Klitalirthr, «i ip«am prrdictof Altanoram rt 
Joliannrm dr St*kfoni «iHM^r^ivrn* continirat, ei pmiirtif Johanni Ikirdolf rt 
F«ltxalM*the uiorirjuf rt h(*n*«iilHi« ipf iut Kliiab«*thr,uion« rjufdrro Johannt», 
|M>%t niort«*ro pn*<lirtonim KliialM^th** «1«* Hunro, Aliamirr, «*t Johannif dr 
S*kfi»ni n*maii«*ant, haWmlA rt trn«*t)(U in forma prrdicta, una cum froiitft 
militum, adv(M*acioiuhu« «*rrlt>ftiaruiit, parri*, Umm*!», warrmnif, frriift, rorr- 
catif, lilM*rtatibuf, hU*n« coiiftii«*tu<ltnihtt«, ac «rnrirttf trnmrtum tam lilir- 
rontm qtum nati\f»ntm ct oninihu« alii« ail pmlictum manrrium dr (*l(»ptoo 
rt trrtiam part(*m qualitrn-umqur *|M*rt4U)tibu«, dr noU« rt h«*rrdibof tiofthf 

• Alftftnofm. th« «i4a» i>l Ou; 4« Fmr. «m 4r«^««««l H M«. 111. 1SI9. mnI m iW 
Ni4nin« VilUruB». i» l-Ulwftrti |1. m iKe nmntv %4 HulUk. Ilui»«lrp<4 dr W«YnlM, «v rm4 
llkHlcalMlr. lVi«ami. (*u«uti»Mft M*n*rAlU, («umIu Frirv. JftrulKM <U Kri-lnU ; «^l II»»- 
«lrr«l «Ir ('«/lrih>r\l, CUifiCiH». lK«ninM« Th«MnM U liiljmrr. Bot n^Claififo*, »»4 •r^^r»! oCWv 
aMUH»r«« thcrv m no io.)uiMUiMn au tl»« Ubm* <>f bw <l«r«iMr, •« Mtianl III. 1X^4 . «Wflw 
rt nuk} lif* inMrr*! thtti h«' •«« rtthrr tnA m irn»nl tai fp<*. or hf4 rrlmm^ k» cUifli la th* 
Mnir l.*th« KiHK. (iut^l* Frrrr «m «l«<rv«Mn| I Kdv III. 1330. 



per lervicium supradictum similiter in dictum excambium pro predictis ma- 
neriis de Kenyngton et Vaukeshall imperpetuum. Quare volumus, &c. Hiis 
testibus, venerabilibus patribus J(ohanne) archiepiscopo Cantuarie tocius 
Anglie primate, S(imone) Eliensi episcopo, magistro Roberto de Stratford, 
archidiacono Cantuarie cancellario nostro, Johanne de Warrenna 
comite Surreie, Henrico de Lancastria comite Dcrbie, Hugone de Audele 
comite Gloucestrie, Radulfo Basset de Drayton, Henrico de Ferrariis, 
Johanne D'Arcy le neveu, senescallo hospicii nostri, et aliis. Datum per 
manum nostram apud Turrim Londoniarum viii° die Augusti. Per ipsum 

" Et mandatum est Alianore, que fuit uxor Guidonis Ferry, quod prefate 
Elizabethe de fidelitate et aliis serviciis suis intendens sit, prout decet. In 
cujus, &c. Teste Rege apud Turrim Londonianim, x** die Augusti. Per 
ipsum Regem. 

** £t mandatum est militibus, liberis hominibus, ac aliis tcncntibus de 
duabus partibus manerii de Ilketleshale in comitatu Suffolcie, quod eidem 
Elizabethe de homagiis, fidelitatibus, ct aliis serviciis suis intendentes sint et 
respondentes. In cujus, <?tc. ut supra. Per ipsum Regem. 

" Et mandatum est prefato Johanni de Sekford quod eidem Elizabethc 
de dicto redditu suo intendens sit et respondens juxta tenorem carte Regis 
mipradicte ; vult enim Rex ipsum inde erga Regem exonerari. In cujus, &c. 
ut supra. Per ipsum Regem et consilium. 

** Pro Elizabetha de Burgo. Rex omnibus ad quos, &c. salutem. Sciatis 
quod cum nuper per cartam nostram dederimus et concesserimus dilecte 
consanguinee nostre Elizabethe de Burgo, que fuit uxor Rogeri Damniorj', 
&C. (recital of the tenor of the above,) prout in carta nostra plenius conti- 
netur, nos, volentes prefate EHzabethe de Burgo in recompensacionem 
Taloris tercie partis manerii de Iketleshale, quam prefata Alienora sic tenet, 
juxta tractatum inter nos et consilium nostrum et eandem Elizabetham ac 
predictum Johannem Bardolf in hac parte habitum fieri sub forma, que 
sequitur, eadcm Alianora vivente, remisimus prefate Elizabethe de Burgo 
illas decem hbras annuas, quas nobis ad scaccarium nostrum pro manerio de 
Clarette, nomine Hamonis de Creuker, reddere tenetur,* necnon quinque 

* Themanor of Clarette, in the parUh of Yeldham, hundred of Hinckfonl, com. Easex, 
bas the name of Clare in Domesilay, and was parcel of the honoiir of Earl Kustace of 
Ik>ulogne. In a survey of thc honour of BouloRne in tho Liher Niger Scaccarii, in the 



The public services of John Lord Bardolf are detailed by Dugdale in his 
Baronage, who, after noticing that he was on the King's service beyond 
8ea in 37 Edw. III. adds ; " but this is all that I have seen of him till his 
death, which hapned 3 Aug. 45 E. III." This observation clearly proves 
that the record he cites, Esc. 45 Edw. III. n. 7, had never been perused by 
this writer, and is in direct contradiction to his next paragraph, which con- 
tains this narrative : — " To whoni succeeded William, his son and heir, then 
xiv years of age, whose wardship and marriage was granted by Queen 
Philippa (wife to King Edward the Third) in 40 Edw. III. unto Sir 
Michael Poynings, Knight, to the intent that he should marry Agnes, 
daughter of the said Michael (Pat. 40 Edw. III. p. 1, m. 37); which 
William, upon proof of his age and doing his homage in 43 Edw. III. had 
livery of his lands. (Rot Claus. 43 Edw. III. m. 14.)" This confusion of 
dates arose from the inquisition post mortem having been calendered as of 
the 43 Edw. III. n. 7, the date of a writ for fresh inquiry, instead of the 
right date of the writ of diem clausit extremum, addressed to Roger de 
Wolforton, the King*s escheator in the counties of Norfolk, SufFolk, Essex, 
and Hertford, which has the King's teste at Westminster, 13th day of 
October, 37th year of his reign, 1363. Pursuant to this writ an inquisition 
was taken at Woodbridge, com. Suff. 18th day of December foUowing, on 
which the finding of the jurors was to this efTect, that John Bardolf of 
Wormegay held on the day on which he died in his demesne as of fee the 
manor of Clopton, with the appurtenances, and 20 li. annual rent from the 
manor of Ilketshall, in the said county of Suffolk, by what service was 
unknown, value xv/i. xix*. ixd, And thcy say that the same John dicd on 
the third day of August last past, and that William, his son, is next heir of 
the same John, and of the age of fourteen years and eleven weeks. Of 
previous date an inquisition was taken at Fyncharo, com. Norf. I4th day 
of December, on which the finding was, that John Bardolf of Wermegay, 
knight, held the manors of Cantley, Strumpshawe, Rungton, and Fyncham, 
with their appurtenances, in the said county, of the lord the King in chief 
by the barony of Bardolf ; Cautiey, xviiii/i. xvi*. xi</. ob. ; Stnimpshaw, 
xii/i. xii5. viiie/. ; Rungeton, xiii/i. vi* viiirf. ; Fyncham, viii/i. The jurors 
also say that the said John held in like manner the manor of Stowe, with 
the appurtenances, in the said county, as parcel of the aforesaid barony, of 
the King in chief, and that the same John Bardolf had granted to the prior 

and hn>thr«*ii of thc oril«*r of Hlt^^M-ii >far\- crf Mount C*anni*l, and to tht* 
rmk% «iit of I.uin Bi«ho}»*4. arul th«*ir •iirrf^«iir«, oin* annnal n-nt nf trti 
qtiartrr^ nf ri»rn an<l trn qiiart«'r« «>f UirU-v. ti» Iw n-rfi*^'*! rarh yar fri»m 
th«* «aiil maiior nf Siowi*, on th«* f«*a«t nf All Saiiit«, f«>r tha* «^miI of thr 
afon-<«.ii<i .li»hn aiiti thiMM* <»f \u% anf«*«tnro. h\ lufn^ «»f thr Ifini th** Kin*r* 
a« in.iinft*«t«*«i ii\ a rh.-irtt*r *hi*wn .it th«* afnn-vjni iii«)ui«ition. 'Yhry al**» 
Mv that John lianhtlf ha«i irrantiil to K«»U*n liani«>lf * an anniul n*iit «if 

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xlL forth of the aforesaid manor of Stowe, for the whole life of the aforesaid 
Robert, by license of the King, as appeared by the charter produced, residue 
yili. The inquisition taken at Wormegay, 12th Dec. describes that manor 
as held of the King in chief by the barony of Bardolf, extended at 
xziii/i. xs. id, qu, and inclusive of two fisheries, one at Sechichebrigg, and 
another called La Leye, and a manor court held on Lhe feast of St. Faith 
(6th Oct,), and a knyht-curt, each worth 20*. a year ; and there was also a 
third fishery, called La Mote. That taken at Hoddosdon, in com. Herts, 6th 
Nov. values the manor of Dons, held of the Duke of Clarence by service 
unknown, at viii/i. and the manor of Watton atte Stone at xii/i. vii*. viiirf. 
As to the day of the decease of Lord Bardolf, and the age of the heir, the 
findings were the same as the one first cited. 

Pursuant to a second writ to Walter de Kelby, the King's escheator in 
the county of Lincoln, of the same date, an inquisition was takcu at Cathorp 
on Thursday next before the feast of the apostles Simon and Jude, 26 th 
Oct. 1363, and the finding, as to the tenure of John Lord Bardolf in that 
county, gives the value of the manor of Westborough, with its members of 
Dodington, Stoking, and Stubton, held by the service of the teuth part of 
a barony, at xxix/i. xi*. xiit/., of that of Ruskington, with its mcmbers of 
Dygby, Amwick, Lessyngham, Roxham, and Branswell, held by the service 
of the twelfth part of a barony, at xxxvi/i. vi*. iiiir/., and of Cathorp, with 

all their appurtenanccs, to have and to liold for evcr ; by virtuc of which gift and fcofment 
the aforesaid parties being seiscd thcrcof, they rcgrantcd tlie same manors to thc said 
Robert Bardolf and Amicia his wife, yct sur>'iving, to hold for the tcrm of thcir joint livcs, 
rendering to the said feoffees a rosc on the 24th day of Junc, with reversion to themselves. 
The manor of Maplcdurham Gumay was worth 20 marks, and was hcld of thc Earl of 
Amndel, heir of the Earls Warren ; and that of Stoke de Liele was worth 8 //. and held 
of the Earl Marshal ; but thc service of each wa-s unknown to the jurors. He also hcld 
the manor of Holton in the same county for the tcmi of his lifc of thc conccssion of Sir 
William Bardolf, which had bccn previously granted by John Lord Baniolf to a certain 
Nicholas Dammory for the tcrm of his lifc, and of whioh the revcrsion, aftcr thc of 
thifl tenant, wa» givcn to Robcrt Banlolf by thc said Sir William Banlolf, with revorsion 
to his heirs after his decease. This manor was hehl of the lord the King as of the honour 
of Wallingford, by service unknown to the jurors, who said that the aforcaaid Robert died 
on the feast of the Ascension of the Lord last past, and that they wcre igiiomnt who was 
his next heir. Amicia, his wife, had by hcr first husband John Bcverlec, valet to King 
Edward III. two daughtcrs, Anne an<l Eiizabcth, and at her deocasc, which occurred 
IstOctober, 1417, Robert Langforti, son of Anne, and Wultcr Daundsoy, knight, son of 
Elizabeth, were found to be her licirs. 

cxviii i*iiBr.\rr.. 

iu mrnilirr^ of Frrtton, Nomuntoii, Siiilliroli. Wiluirhhy n«*ar .\nr4«t«'r, 
llaml»«*k« an<l a mou^ty of AnrA^ttr, «ith tlinr .i{»)iiirt«*nan<r'«. h«*li \*\ ihr 
r«Hirt«*»\ of Kn(»lantl it« of th«* nirht <»f hi« «itr. nf th«* Kinir m < h» f. h\ 
thr «HTvirf «if th«' tifth |ttrt «if «hh' kiiii:h?'« titf, at un^^iui/. uiu/. ll.rxi 
f«illtm« thi« fiii<liii;r <>f th«* jiinir'! : ** Itini <i-.<-unt «{iiotl |>r**ilt<'t<i« .lii})iiin<« 
lUrthilf ohiit a|>iifl «-n itatnn <!«* .\««i<io ultra luan' tlu* S^bhati )»ni\;m'> ai.*,»' 
fi*Muni Sancti IVtri a<l \iiiriiU )iniiiniufn iin-tf^ntiim «•'rumliim ninH»r«'4 
qiM* ««ni<'nint «h* |iurtihu« illi^. Kt tli<-tint <)U(n1 \Vill«'lniu« lliniolf.* ti'..i.« 
rjii<*«l«'in Jiihaiini*. «>«t h«'n-<« )>r<i)>in<)uior ('j<i*<ii*iii Johanni*, «-t ««t ctati* 
xiii atiiKiruin « t am))liu«.'* Th«* (*it% <>f .\««i*iuin. in th(* )>ro\in<'«' <if ( mhru, 
<ln(*h\ of S)H>lctto iu It4i\. i« fam<>ii« a* t).«* hirthi^Lw of St. Iranri*, ainl 
th(* n*al tLiy t>f thc <ii*c«'aM* <>f .lohn I.oril lLiril<fl)ih «ia« douhtlf^^ .SatunLi\, 
dNt of Jul\ . lh«* cv«* <if th«* f«*a«l of St. IVtt-r a«l Vinnili, |:>«>:l. h-aviDir 
Wiiluin ht4 ooti ati<i hcir of th«* airi* of thin<«c*ii vt-ar« An<i «>U*\«-fi \i««k« 
at thc ti;it«* of thi« in<)iii«iiioii. htini in .\iitrii«t. l:L*>tl. 

Puroii.-\tit ti> «nt of tiii' •.iiiM* iiat«* to \\'a!tfr «1«' Frot)i«'h\. «-M^lM^ator of 

* Jiiltti l^ r«l llt*rl>*if ihx» (••«■ti *| |iAn iill% •rn* ••n « iitiwii>ti l>« i)»^ Kinjc int** |!a'«. (■» 
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lliat •'( lii* «ifr' I* «Uff^* l< til r«i.{ftMr. AM ati r«,»lli| !•■ nf ihr gTrykt r«|f-wt:i m «hirii t^rv 

«irr< 1.- t-l )« ]'r> ! »!• . 't «Ki<>i » tr»i.*i r'{( !.«• t^it itfi<rT>« (1« j niit'-<l 1« Mr. 
|*arkiti, iti Li« lt.«ti'r% ••t \«-rf"tk. itti-li-r \\-.nii.«'»% 

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MB)|ii*nl. in>lijettAf iKtiriit 4rtiiti)|«4«-nti» {*»% •( llr>*i->n«tii r*tn r( |*mi1i \|-*t<'«-.rum r^ua 
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Kl»')"* !)• ' f r-«*l •l«^-«-itt. «•ili ltA«r Iw-n •!«««Mi<) tii li» li!.fin« . ai*4 »• l.. tL««f !«>•> 
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tlie comities of NottiDgfaam and Derby, inquisitions were taken at Not- 
tingfaam on tfae twelfth day of January, and at Derby on tfae 20th of tho 
lame montfa« in wfaicfa he is said to have died on Monday next after the 
lemst of St. Peter ad T^nciila last past, August 2nd, 1863. He was found 
to faare died seised of Stoke Bardolf manor, and to faave held in scrvice 
twenty-nine fiefs of knights, a half and a quarter, que debent csse intend- 
entes ad curiam de Shelford de diversis comitatibus, in Nottinghamshire, but 
notfaing in fab demesne as of fee in the county of Derby. The jurors on 
tfae inqnisition taken 12th Nov. before John de Wyndsor, eschcator of the 
counties of Warwick and Leicester, at Halloughton in thc last namcd county, 
valued fais tenure in the same at vii/i. viii^. but iu their ignorancc dosignate 
tfae faeir John, and falsely describe this vill to be parccl of thc honour of 
Peverel of Nottingham, instead of Shelford. Of his other lands there aro 
no inquisitions of this regnal year ; but after his son, William Bardolf, had 
attained his majority, the following writ was issued for farther inquiry to 
the King's escheator in the county of Dorsot, and thc like to tho cschcators 
of otfaer districts. 

" Edwardus, Dei gratia Rex Anglic, Domimis Ilibcniic ct Dux Aqui- 
tannic, dilecto sibi Willelmo Cheyne, escaetori suo in comitatu DorKcte, 
salutem. Precipimus tibi quod |>cr sacramentimi prol^orum ct h^galium 
faominum de balliva tua, per quos rei vcritas melius sciri poterit, diligcn- 
tius inquiras quas terras et tencmenta Johannes Bardolfe de Wcrmcgcyo 
defunctus tenuit de nobis in capite tam in dominico ([uam iu Hcrvicio in 
balliva tua die quo obiit et quantum dc aliis ct i)or quod scrvicium, ct 
quantum terre et tcncmenta illa valeant pcr annum in onniibus cxitibus, et 
quo tempore dictus Johanncs obiit, et quis propinquior hcrcs cjus sit et 
cujus etatis, et quis vel qui terras et tenemcnta illa a tcmporc mortis cjus- 
dem occupavit vel occuparunt, ct cxitus et proficua iudc pcrcipit vd i)cr- 
cipiunt quo titulo, qualitcr et quo modo. Inquisitioncm indc distincti? et 
aperte factam nobis in cancellaria nostra sub sigillo tuo ct sigilHs iH)rum 
per quos fieri fuerit, sine dilatione mittas ct hoc brevc. Tcste mcipso apud 
Westmonasterium x" dic Septembris, anno rcgni nostri Anglie quadragesimo» 
quinto, regni vero Francie triccsimo secundo/* (lOth Sept. 1371.) 

Pursuant to this writ an inquisition was takcn at Cranburn, on Thursday 
next after the fcast of the Exaltation of thc Iloly Cross(18 Scpt.), when it 
was found that John Lord Bardolf had held in thc said vill of thc lord the 


Kiiif; iii chiff. on thr «ijif on vhirh he ilird, •>H arnni uf arebW Und, 4> arn-4 
of «i(mm1. anil an a««i<M*<l n-nt of 4/i. .'>«/. of th«* annual vaW of 13/i. \d. 
aml thi* nanii* John dt«*«l «hi th«* fiHh tU\ of Aupitt, in the «I7th %rar 
of th«' n^i^ii of K<l«anl th«* Thinl. antl that Williani lUnlitlf, ton <if thr 
aamc* John, i» hi* m*it ht-ir and «if th«' agt* «if :i'J vtrar* and thn^r ««vk« : 
aml tliat th«' I^j l*hili}>}»A Qmi'ii <if I ji):laii<l ha«l M*i»iu of thr »aiil UixU 
and tc'm*nM*nt!» iii thr Niiil \ill, aml n*rfiv«'d thr pn>fits fnim thr tinir «if thc 
drrraM' of thr iciiih* .lohn, h\ rraMin «if tlu* iiiiiiohtv of thr laKl Wiiluini, 
•on of thr »atnr John. In I)rrh\fihirr an im|uiMtion «at takm at Ork- 
bmok U*fon* H<>U>rt <lr T«i\f(>nl« «-««'hrator, oii thr fimt lUv of (Vti^brr, 
whrn it wa« fiHind tliat John I«onl lUnlolf had U*«*n M*iflrd of thi« nuuor, 
an«l had rufcoirid (•r<>flfn*y Fol<*hanip in thr fonie to bold hy a rmt of 
S(> niari* \i'arly, art*«inliii|r to thr imlrnturr pnMlurrd. In Ikickinirbaiii- 
abin* an iii<|iii«>itioii \fta» tiikrn Wforr John <lr Olnry. r«cbralor. at Wni- 
dovrr. .'Mith S4*}it. «Iu*n it «ia« found tlut Jnhn I<^>rd lUrdidf dini M-itrd 
of 40 9, n-nt iu tlu* •tanir ^ill, hrld of thr Kiii|r in cbirf, «hicb J«>hn of 
Laiicaotrr ha<l n*««'iv<'«l <>f thr jfift an<l <-<>n«*«*^«i«)n uf ibr I^iadT Iliilipiia* 
Utt* (jmt-n of KiifrUnil. to i%h«>iii thr I^ird thr Kinfr bad irranti-d thr in- 
brritaiKv i»f the af(>n*<ii<l .lohn lUnlolf durinir thr niinority of hi« »01« aml 
brir, Williaiii. In (•lou<M'«trnihin» an inqui»ition «at takrn brf«>rr \\ illiam 
Auncrll. rM-U^at^ir. at Minchinfr IIanipt«in, ^4th Seyt, wbro il «as found 
tbat John Ix^nl lUnl«>lf lH*ld nothing in cbirf, bul tbat br bad in bi« 
drim^^nr a« of fi^* «hh* nH*«<ua|ri* and «inr camicatr of Uml, 9 arnrt of inr«d«m, 
H acrr« <>f «kmmI, and an a^siMnl n*nt of 34«. vith tbr appurtmancrs in 
NaiUworth, valm^tl at Hl>«. Htf. a \«*ar, all «hicb Unda and ImriDmtt, 
exct*pt onr acn* of nHti<low, wrn* bi^ld of tbr Ahbrftt of Cainr <(*arn, in 
Nomiaii<l\. ) h\ M*r\irr of Mirairr, n*ndrnnir annualW tf 1«. 7i/. to ibr aforr» 

• • • 

•aid AhU*?!». aml of •iiit of court lo thr manor of tbr AbbrM al Miochiii|r- 
Ilamptun, fn>ni thrrr wrrk* to thrrr «rrkm tbr «aid acrr brin|r brld of 
Jubu dr Cnift hy thr n*n<lrr of a poun<l of prpprr annnally ; alto ibal 
John lUrdolf, knifrht, iMia of thr aforraanl Jobn lUrdolf, waa bia nnl bnr 
and of thr airr of t«rnt\-onr yrar« thr :{Ul day of Octobrr Uat pa»U and 
tbat l*hili}i}ia (^urrn of KnirUml, in tbr firtt invtancr, and llu|rb Woodr- 
wanl fn>m thr tim«* of hrr drcrafr, t<M>k thr rrat» and pro6la.* In Surrry 

• NAtU«orlh 1* ft tuunU-l in thr |i»n*li uf Ili*nl«7. hiini|ffv«l u# Ijtm^Hfmm, 91 
flliiffv, 1«» nuU% tn>m Miarhina IIasii^cm». Him ■Maiir, •lUi Ihmhmrf, 1 


an inquisition was taken before John de Bisshopesthorp, escheator, at 
Croydon, 13th Sept. when it was found that John Lord Bardolf died selsed 
of the manor of Adington, by the service of finding a dish at each coronation 
of a sovereign, to make therein a certain mess called maupy-gemoun ; that 
he hjid died on the fifth day of August, 37 Edw. III. and that William 
Bardolf, his son and next heir, was then of the age of fourteen years, and 
now of the age of twenty years ; that Philippa, late Queen of England, took 

pariih of DuntiBborne, had been given to the abbey of the Holy Trinity of Caen, by King 
WilUam the Conqueror and hia wife Matilda, the founders, by this eharter, of which a 
eopy has been inserted in the cartulary, a MS. in tho Bibliotheque du Roi at Paris, n. 5650, 
foL 17, recto. 

** Quisquis sancte Dei eoclesie quamlibet suarum rerum portionem in beneficium attri- 
buit, in celeati regno a summo Retributore sibi nequaquam diffidimus remunerari. Qua- 
propter ^o Willelmus Anglorum Rex et Normannorum atque Cenomannorum princeps et 
UJLor mea, Matildia Regina, Balduini Flandrensium ducis filia, neptisque Henrici Fran- 
chomm iHustriasimi Regis, damus et imperpetuum concedimus ecclesie Sancte Trinitatis, 
qoam pro salute animarum nostrarum in territorio Cadomi cocdificavimus, hoe infra- 
icriptos manerioe cum omnibus appenditiis suis ita quidem solutos et quietoe sicut erant 
die qua Edwardus Rex vivus et mortuus fuit ; scilicet, Felestede in comitatu de Esseesa, 
Hantoniam et Penneberiam in comitatu dc Gloucestra, Tarentam in comitatu de Dorseth. 
Hanc itaque cartulam et nostra et episcoporum ac magnatum nostrorum auctoritate con- 
flrmamus anno ab incamatione Domini M° Ixxxii^, indictione v^, ea videlicet conditione 
ut si quis temerario ausu persistendo aliquid surripere temptaverit, anathema factus, 
orthodoxorum communitate carcat iramque Dei omnipotentis incurrat. Sig-{-num Wil- 
lelmi Anglorum Rcgis. Sig-|-num Comitis Roberti Moritonii. Sig-f-num Lanfranci 
Archiepiscopi. Sig-|-num Matiidis Regine. Sig-|-num Roberti Comitis filii Regis. 
Sig-{-num Qaufredi episcopi Constantiensis. Sig-|-num Willelmi Comitis iilii Regis. 
Sig-{-num Walchelini episcopi. Sig-)-num Henrici fiiii Regis. Sig+num Willelmi de 
Braiosa. Sig-f-num Stigandi episcopi. Sig-)-num Alani Comitis. Sig-|-num Willelmi 
de Varenna. Sig-]-num Henrici de Ferieres. Sig-|-num Edwardi Vicecomitis. Sig-|-num 
Hugonis de Portu. Sig-|-num Rogerii Bigot. Sig-f-num Hugonis Comitis de Cestra. 
Sig-{-num Rogerii Comitis de Montegomerii.^* 

In Domesday, Gloucestrescire, under Terra .^Scclcsios Monialium de Cadomo, these 
manors are mentioned ; in Cirecestre hundred, Ecclesia Monialium Sancte Trinitatis de 
Cadomo tenet de Rege Penneberie — in Langetrcu hundred. Ipsa ecclesia tenet Hantone- 
Goda comitissa tenuit T.R.E. Nailsworth is not mentioned, but it was parcel of the 
manor of Hampton, as we leam from this eschoat. Horsley, the parish in which it is 
situate, had been given to the abbey of St. Martin of Troam, of the foundation of Roger 
de Montgomery, Elarl of Salop, by William the Conqueror, which had also been a manor 
belonging to Goda, the sister of King Edward. 

CAMD. soc. r 

rxxii piiBPArR. 

thi* i^niM»* aml profit* <»f thr •atiM* iiuiiiir fn*m t).v tiiw nf tho di*r»*aM- oi 
th«' fi.iHl Juhii, uiilil thi- fta«t of ihf \*«iiiinili»m «»f lh«» lll«^««-<i MafV iii 
thi* 4lU\ \rar of Fiiw. III. on «ihuh (Li\ thi* afnn-^ul Qm<ni «lii«l. aml 
fmni thal «Ltv thi* lonl ihr Kiii*,; hail irti«<M<^M(iii of thr ■Ainr tikaiior. afnl 
bwl tAkrii ihr r«>iit!* aikI pn»fit* thirrof thriiiii;h thr hand* cif StnuMi Ntirn\ «. 
parvon of thi* (hiirrh of (*ai«t«ir. u|» lo thr «ani dav, hy rraMin ol th«' 
iniiiorit\ of th«* ««iii aiid hnr of thc* «;ii<l .f«ihu Har«hilf.* In Su»*« \. ii}-«iii 
an in(|iii«iti«in t.iki-n .it l.ivk* «, lt»th S>|it. U ton* iIm* «antr r4cbrAt«»r, a* !•» 
th«> nunor* uf lit-rtiii;r a!i<l liin linih. .in*l UmU at rU*t«-hin|r. a iiM-iuUr *•( 
I1uni)»ton iii.-im>r. thc fithlintr Wii« pnviM>l\ thr oamr a» thr alMi\«*. 

Willi.iin I««inl ILinlolf \ftaii %uuiiiioni<l t*» l*Arluiiii'iit a« a lUniU frnin tU* 
Sthh\. 4\^ KiUanl III. I:i7t;. up to thr thinl «Uv of S*pt«inlii r. 
fhh |{i(h.inl II. lM>*.'i. In (»n«* (»f ihr r(inipartiiM*tit« of thr rl«n«t«r« (ff 
(\inti-r)tury (' U ««'ulptur«il a «hM-ld, Axun*. thrcr rim)u«'fi»iN **r, 
two .iipI «»n«', lUnl>»lf. iin|».ihnk' lUrrn* of sit of aml vrrt, a U-ml ir^ii<-«. 
l%>\nitiir«; and oii hi^ M-al th«* «hu-hl i« •up|M)rt«'«i hy t«u «\ trni*. thi-ir 
winir** riitlnrMil, thc cn «t a «i\\rrii'« h«'a«l lirt«ir«*n t«o «inkr* «iMiorM «1. 
i««ii.uit fn»ni a duca! •iiri>:i«t. <1 (»tt. M.^. .fuliu*. ('. vii. fol. I4**, h. i 1'hr 
i»up)Hirt«-r« aiid cn-^t wm* ^ulr*. Mit-ha«*l I^ml l*o\iiiiifr4 iT^^r a th«M.«ai..i 
niark* !•» (ju«^-n l*htli}*)>a iii 4() I.dw. III. l^Uit», f(tr th«< «anUKi}» aiiil 
iiiArri.i^'«* of \\ illiatii. thr M»n aiid h«-ir «if •f(»hii I.«ini lianlolf, t«> th«' rn«l 
tlial hr nuLrht takr A^mu-^ hu» «Uu^»ht«'r, to «iif«- : «h<», l»% thr daiim- of 
** .\t:ii*"« lUrdoIf. ' !• nu-ittioiu^d &;« a l«V'it«v in thr «iill cif hrr nioihi-r, 
J« l^ rt>\iiinj<«. (Iat(<l 1*J Ma\. 4:1 r.«U. III. l:Ui*.^ mnd h\ ihai «»f 
** I.ail\ lUftlolf. in\ «ivtrr." in th«' will of Thoiii.1* lx>rd l*o\iun|r«, ^J'^ 
()«-t.. 4^ l.d^. III. I:i74. ihv Hiil «.f Willum l.«»rd lUnh>lf.ut \\«rnM«. 
fniy. UMr^ (Liti- at hi« iiuuor of Catlior}». (-i»:n., l:2th S')»t.. 1* llw. II. 
13S.'>. h\ «ihuh h«' U^)uratht-<1 hi« U-*!) to U' huru-d in th«* quirv (»f ihi* 
chiirih of tht- rr\rr« «f thr onl«'r of \|<>uiit ( AniMl at Lvnn. «huh ma« 
•ituatr oii thc liank* of thc n\rr I.\nn, Utw«vii iIm- S>uth (latr aud .\II 

* 11« th«- junn • f Afi iii |ui«.t.- n ukm M .\l! AA*r tl.r •1*^«-a* . | TK<4iu« U r 1 
IU/«1. if. II |.)-. I l..l«. III. I . tht* ii.ait.>r «M .1.v:aj^.| ti. )•«■ k«M '4 %L* k.*i« in 

rliirf t « A •«-rLiiii M-r«t<«. haui* >« . tt-At ••f M-r«>' i; u| iii tl.*- yrt^urT t ihr i. r«l ti^ Kir.^i 
«ii« tli. 1«« .f )■!• I* r«-ik«ii n. thr**' >lifl)ir« nf a •«-rtAitt dmv .«uiiral Mau|-« 4*^^.^1*1, . •.« t» 
Iw art (■' f- tr il..- Viiug. an .i).«r l^krf^ tht Arth! i«lto|i tif 1 Mtvrtury, »»4 tk* tli»rl l-miL^ 
thr n«-* «liin tlir Uirl wf th* aMAur abaU rUMac lu tm%m, la Ijmi «I aU Mr*«r« 



whomocTer is «bocjd be. cf a tan c^ tbe T^err Crws of ocr Loni <ec ic 
gold, and vhirii kis £cber bid prciaK-r obcaiDed nv>o Pope Omeci. 
Tliis beir maie wms TbciBas Barxkkf. vhcc prior :o the S:h «iiv ot JuIt« 
6 Rie. IL ISS±, had muried ATica. dasgh-^ of R^;h Loni Cn>znmei; cf 
TattenhalU in right of hi5 «ife Maod. the dtcfhter of John Benuick, 
sister and heir of her brocher William. as ve leam fnom i writ of thit date 
of King Richard IL at Westminster, addxvssed to Wllliam de Skipvith« 
his eschestor in the coantr of LiDcoln. pursu^t to mhich this inquisitioii 

** Inqnisitio capta apad Lincolniam die Jovis pro\imo ante fostum $ancti 
Petri ad vincula. anno regni Re^^s Ricardi secundi post conque^tum $exto« 
per sacramentom, &c. Qui dicunt super sacramentum suum quoti non est 
2d dampnom domini Reeis nec aliorum. si idem Dominus Kox conccssit 
Willelmo Bardolf chivaler, quod ip$e Willelmus dare possit et assipiare 
manerium de Reskynton cum pertinentiis, simul ciun modietate advocatiouis 
ecclesie ejusdem, Thome filio ejusdom Willolmi ot Avicio uxori ojus, ot 
heredibns de corporibus ipsius Thomo ot Avicio exountibus, ita tamon quoii 
81 iidem Thomas et Avicia sine heredibus de corporibus oorum oxountibus 
obierint, tunc predictum manerium cum pertinentiis ad prefatum Willel- 
mnm et heredes suos revertatur, habondum et tenendum sibi ot honniibus 
sais imperpetuum. Quod quidem nianerium tenotur do Domino Ht^ in 
capite per servicium militare ct non de aliis. Itom dicunt quoii romnuoant 
in manus dicti Willelmi maneria do Calthorp et Westburgh in couiitatu 
predicto, que tenentur de Domino llogo. Item romanoat in nmnus dicti 
Willelmi manerium de Fillingham in eodoni comitatu, quod tonotur do 
domina Johanna, Principissa Wallic."* 

♦ Ruskington, an extenRivo parish in the hundml of Flaxwcll, |»artj« of Kwti»von, 
Lincolnshire, is deacribed in Domcsday under the hoading Terra (loinfmli AlM»Un, 
Laxewelle Wapentacha, by the name of Re9chintone. and at that timo waji iii the Joint 
tenure of Goisfred Abelin and hia nephew Ralph« Mive nix hovntt^M of land, uhioh Dnkgo 
de Bevrerc, (La Heuvriere, canton de Bethune, am>ndijw*'menl do llothuno, d«'|)arto- 
ment du Pas de Calais,) hehl. Attached to it won» throo hon^wiok», Amwiok, hmniM*- 
well, and Evedon, and an extonsive soko. The Priory of ilavorholmo waji vvithin tho 
limits of thia parish, on an island of 300 a<*re(i, fomKMl hy two hrnnohtii of tho Shtiford 
river, and baving bcen rclinquiahed by thc Citttcrcian monka of tho abU'y of Koiiittaiiin, 


Williatn I^rd lUnlolf wa« cSrcra««M imi thr SDth <1jiv of jAnuarv. Mondav 

• • • 

befiin> th«* W^^X of thr Purifiration of HU*««-il Man. 9th Hic. II. l.iHTt. 
nnd th«* rarlir^t writn <»f «lirro rlauvit ritn*nium, M*nt to thr rtrbeatori, lM«r 
datr at \V«iitiniu«trr 4th F«*)>nur\ foUowinir. iNimuant to «urh «rit an 

«bo rr|t*irri| l.i l^mth pArk, AI«-iAni|rr ll««liiifi nf I.inmin. !•« rbAfflrT. In 0»' jmr 1 1 "^ ', 
b«ilv«M| lliia «itr u|iiin • iniitiAMrri **t thr t»r«trr ••! Srm|>rtnKhAm ; al «hi^^h •Lfttr ih* 
pmrmkt «m •>{ ihr j.nnt Irnurr •>/ ltd|th lUMrlm «n4 Ri^Mirl •Ir r*li. lo «bom thr liMlr-v 
gnvtr ft niill in r»rhAni(r f*^r ilirir «h*rr«. Thr uihrnuuw-r uf thr turmtt f^wmtvwM Ui 
limtin. Ikiun. nr Ihtilii |lftr«l<»lf. hu«fi«ntl «if ll«jiln« «Ir WBrrrii. 4rr»w^l |*niir ln ll»r 'Uir 
of th««r I^trpi i'Umf, >ii.| n <ar.| |.i thr ShTnlT* iif l.inr«*lMliirr. K.«ri. ut*l NiiCtinfK*jn , 
n«4iftini( thr KinK'« Krttnt ««f thr ru«|i»t« **1 th*' lAnil «ih».'!! h*d Ifwn th*l vf l>Bi« 
Hnnhilf t>i lt«4M>r1 •!•* Vi|«tnt «lunnit fili-Mur«-. fnim l^ttnti*n, < lAtttio, r«4ii. N 4t* > 
!tSr«l ila« iif KrliruarTr li>''i. «n-l m C»«irur nf «h««r «i.lii« «r bA«r IhM* I,rKlmt'li«» 
t/i thr lith «if MArrh f^ilKi«ini;. 

Rr% K«ilM*r1«i «|r Vi-trri|Mintr, rti'. l*rM>i|iiinu« til'i. iiu.iil «inr t|iLit»«««# Car«M h*)i«Tr 
Bmln' t t|ur fuil utnr It»«iiiis iWnlulrt, ltukint«in«m rum |irrtinrntii«, >|«iuil fuit prpilk-ti 
il^Mit*. |*ni rmtiitiuit.ili .tiftr «UA. .|ur rjiin rifntinicti .Ir lilirro trpn m niii. iii»!*! fail i|mu* 
I>M»ni». •|ut>n>Uni »tn ■ui. nwt |rr«1irtuni m*n< nuni r^mlal Irrriam |Aftr«i t4Mriu» Irrrr. 
q«H> futt •r|w<it»rti l^ni*. T ^M^) Himour «Ir l*«lMhilU *|m|'1 N«iCin||hAm «... 
«lip Man-ii. yrr raailrai. 

Suh r«ilrm f.irmA •rnhitur Virr>0'riiiti I.inrulnir. 

<hi ihr rh^rnth %rmr «if thr rvi)cn i>f ktnir Jt4.n. It.w rntr^ m im ib* Pipv Ri>ll. vnlrr 
Nurf >!•- rt >»u«lfil« llratrvL» rtii* Wiilrlmi ilr WarrrniiA. rraMil rum|intaim ilr H.M M. 
H r niAni* n<«l>lrn>li« tnfm iui. ann<« |in» h«hrn*li* trrrw r| imrmmlw «lur fiftrngnl 
imtn» •ui. «t 'lur ri hrrvalitanr ili^rrn^luiit, ri |ini liAf^n.U r»t»i*«fc»hili 4ul# «ua. •|t>r mmm 
runtiiii;it ilr 1« ni-iiiriiti» ^iur fu«nitit li«>iin lUriolti. •|iit>n>Um «in «ui. r< •|U'a| n<^ 
dMlnntrAtir »«1 «r niAntAii.luni. rt .|uim1 .li-^.la «lur |«*trr «iiua RnC* 4rl.uit, rv^l-Untur 'U 
nimniuft:) n* «-AlAlltB )|tir furrunt lAm |.«tru «»1 •|:i*ni Mtliarnljr ukiiri* |«trM «141, 'lir 
i|U« |>At« r •iiita .'t tit 11« r Ulhrr. M ilIiAm «Ir M «rrvn. i^a^ r tn thr <**a.i«m «iI *^^lh«ar%. 
|ii|r1lM-r «ith l.i* i--i%. •i&t« fti rr« «if Uii4 III tl.r |tAr.*i. .'f K.*-!'* tmv. in tbr huD4r*^ %J 
Rukhy kriit. raltr*! \l ««IrUn.t, f..r thr *>«il« cf hu f.»!hi r Kr^a*l«l mi.| *»1 his m«4brr 
AU u, «n-l •■( «ifr lb-4ln», ahI i-f RrvifiAM th> ir ^-n. «nj .«f m«trit aii-I iMjt^iU tbnr 
4AUi;hti r«. ll.i* iH^iit «M •'••nftnii.-i hv hM lA<i^!.trr «n 1 ti^inwB. t.i IhM rKtrtrr 

K.40> iWAtn». flliA U illirln.i «!«• W*r«-nna. |>««c m.rtrm «in m«t. Itkmni IUr«lulll. I«m 
•■■rm III %i>luilalr mcMi. «'«'nrrwi «t r«iiifimuiii «IxnAth nrni .iiuni |afttrr mru* \% i*tir«mu« 
4r M«nttn« fi-vtt rAn.-nut* «ir **utl.»rrk» |.ni M.utr »•! m*i K«w>naMi .1« ^^ arraM «t 
Aiirit a«if II. rv, rt |<«tn« niri M i!Iitln:i «t mBtrM nirr llrAirv ;•. rt fr»lrt« m*** RrtPi^ l>. 
ru;u« • .-riitt* i!'i n |>ii-«i it, «t l<Mi-« 11« ««rt^n* mrr. rt mr<-, .Ir it »* ri* Irrrt in ft ii€tMrf«Mi, 
«II. 111 V^A-i<Uii4. t iint |rt>fi.iif t;ii« •tii« \f. 

A» I rifit*.! III thr M->r.«»iii.ii. i..| II. |. *>.'•, ihi« «luarirr i« •«l r« rru|4*w« of iKr 
««r^CitiA'. >ii i f«l«r'« h-««|r<l t'«rtA lW-«lri« u. u«->rw riii^l. lu V% ilirlmi 

J<^-., 1*1.11 ««■■■f H Ai««. «M th* «1.1.1« ..f |J4«*r>i iIk ll.^^k Pfimr, 


inquisition was takcn at Lewcs on the last day but one of the month of 
February, before John Broke, escheator of Surrey and Sussex, on which the 
finding of thc jurors was to this cffect ; that William Bardolf of Wermegay, 
chevaler, held nothing in chief of the lord the King in the county of 
Sussex, but that he held the manor of Portslade of Richard Earl of 
Arundel and Surrey, which manor the Lord La Warre had held of the 
said William by military service, and that the said William held it of the 
aforesaid Earl by the service of ten knight*s fees, which services were 
worth nothing, except after the decease of the tenant of the aforesaid manor, 
and that Thomas Bardolf, his son and next hcir, was sixteen years of age 
on Friday next aflter the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle last past. Another 
inquisition before the same escheator at Jevington, in the same county, 
taken on the second day of April, contains a similar verdict. A third 
inquisition, taken at Croydon, com. Surrey, on the seventh day of the 
month of April, describes him to have held no lands in that county, either 
in demesne or in service of the lord the King in chief, or of any one else ; 
the time of his decease as above.* " Et dicunt quod Thomas Bardolf est 
filius dicti Willelmi et heres ejus propinquior, et fuit etatis sexdecim anno- 
rum tercio kalendas Januarii ultimo preterito.'* Before John Methewold, 
the King's escheator in ihe counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, inquisitions 
were taken at Wormegay on Wednesday and Thursday next afler the feast 
of St. Matthias the Apostle, and on Friday at Whinbergh, 28th Feb., 

* Pumiant to a writ to Robert de Ix>xley, cschoator of the lord the King, in the 
county of Surrey, with the King^s te»te at Westminster, llth Feb. 2 Ric. II. 1379, 
an inquiaition was taken before him at Croydon on Saturday, 7th day of May foilowing, on 
which the jurors declared that it was not to loas or prcjudice of the lord the King, or of 
others, should the King concede to William Bardolf, of Wirmegeye, licence to grant his 
manor of Addington, with the appurtenances, to William Walcote, for tho term of hia life, 
to hold of the King and his heirs, by the service due and accustomed, with remainder after 
the decease of the aforesaid William Walcote to William, son of the aforesaid William 
Bardolf, and to the heirs issuing of the body of the aforesaid William, son of William, 
and in caae of his death without issue remainder over to the heirs of the aforcsaid William 
Bardolf, to be held of the lord the King and his heirs by tho said servico. Et dicunt 
quod manerium predictum tenetur de domino Rego in capite per servicium seijenterie 
coquine, qualiter et quo modo ignorant. Value 66«. Sd. No other lands in the county. 
Hence the finding of the jury at his decease was owing to this manor boing thus alienated 
in his lifetimc, with rcversion to his younger son, William Bardolf. 


\%t aixl ^n«l <if Marrh. a« to hi« U-niirr «if th^ manor of Slowr, Finrham. 
C*ant«'lv. Stntnimhaffh. (^w\ntNTirh. ami W(»miiinir. aml of a n-nt of 
^)$, Hr/. iii Tiln^y. An<i on <*arh wr havr thi« findin^. ** H dinmt <|ti«M! 
iilfni Willflmu* ohiit «iit* hitir |>roiimo atitp fmtum lhirifirmti«Mii« li«-ati* 
Maric* tiltiiiio pn*trnto, i*t (jiiod Thonu^ <ii* lianiolf, fiUui rjuidrm Willi liiii, 
rnt hrrr« cjtifi pn»|»inquior. mM <ii* i*tati* <*jii« i|nionint quia natu« fuit in 
coniitAtu Su«M*Yi«*.'* A fiMirth iii(|ui«ition wa« takrn at IlkHtrl<*«halr. in 
SufTt^lk. (»11 Satiinlav thr ffA*t of St. Wvn%»al«*v. 3n! >farrh. a« to h-* 
manor of llk«*t«>«hal«*, h«*lii of thr Kinir in rhirf. with thr tamr findinir and 
i|ni<»niii(*«* a^ to th«* a>n* of thr h«nr. IWon* J«»hn dr C*oton. nchratnr of 
thr ( (niiit\ <if Liiir«»hi. an iti(|iii%iti(Mi wa« tak«*n at Cathorp. on W«<dnr«4iay 
thr la«t dav of Frhniar\-. a« to hi* t«*iiun* <»f Cathorp tnanor, nith it« in«*ni- 
brr». rn-M(Mi. Noniuintoti. Siithn»k«*. Willuirhb\. Ilamlirk. and a m^nrtv i*f 
AnraM(*r. undr liu. tM»l\untiir |M'r aniiuin ad auiilium Virrr«imtti« 
rolni«* : it«*ni «(»lvuntur fratri Hriano d(* (iray, fratri orilini« Saorti J(»hAnni« 
d«* J«-ni«ah*ni in Atitrlia, \i|riiiti lihn* anr<*titi anniiatim «iki r(mrr^«*f |H*r 
d(miintim Willclmuni liardolf tnilitrtn ad tcmuniim \itr dirti Ilriani lirtnna 
d<Miiitii \Uy\* itidi* opt«*tita. Kt dirtint <]iiod pn*fatuii Willrlmu« llaninlf 
milr^ (dtiit M*i«itii<> iti d<»tnini('o fiuo ut dr f«-«»do dr tribui frcMiit militutii. 
mi*ili<*tat«* uiiiu* f«*odi. «*t M>\ta (kan«* uniui fr«Mii militit, in Normant«m. 
Williiirhhy. SuthnM*. Tliurlrhy juita Hninr, Smatton. llrlprinKham. rt 
H\k\r: a« aUo of WcMlM»n»ii|rh tiiaii(»r, nith itt mrmbm, I)<Mijnst«in. 
St(»kktntrr. Stuhtitn, atid (iladw\iith<»qH*, (»ut of nhirh iMt. w«*nr (iiiing to 
thr I*ri<tr (ff Shclfnni ; of a ni«»irt\ of thr a<ivowMm of thr rhurrb of Wr«t- 
bontuirh, aiui thn^* knitrht*« ft^** in W(*«tlM»r(Miirh, (iladwintborp, iKMhnir- 
th<»rp. Stiihttin Aiid l'layp(»l. .\n<»th('r in()ui«iti<»n wa« tak«*n al I.inr«»In. 
oii Saturili\ :i»\t U-f<»rr fhr f«*a*t of St. (tn**jor\ thr l*(»}ir, ItHh Manh, 
a« tit hi« tciitin* of thr ttiuiii»r <*f Ku«kiti;:t<»n, with it« mrmbrr* uf I>Hrh\, 
I)inii^M<»n, \tnw\k«*, I>i*^iti|;ham. Hitiham. l)onr«hy and BraunrrwrU, 
which rf)iit.iin« a n>« ital (»f thr f«*«»fni«-nt madc (»n orra«i<m (»f hi« ft«Mi'« 
roarnatrc in thr «iith of Hir. 11. a)M»\c n(»tio-«i. and al«i> thi« fin<itnf 
in n-^ixit to thc tnaintr <»f rillinchani ; ** Itcm dicunt (juod dirtu« \\:IU1. 
mu^ U.iriiolf «liii anti ({uatii <»Kiit fc^itfavit .l<»hann('m du (in*iM' (-lcrvuin, 
.l(»h.iTiiii ni <lc 1 I-i\ rl(Ti< tiin. ct Willcliiiiiin <lc Wal<'«»t«*. in tiiai>rrii» dr 
F\l\iti;hAm ruin |icrtin«-ntii* mhi haU*iiii«» vl a««i|fiiati« «ui«, «|tiod ntii«itn 
mam-nuni t* ii«-tur dr d«»iiuno Th(mu cuuutr IVstrir, ut dr manmu «Ir 


Brocelesby, in comitatu Lincolnie,* et dicunt quod dicti Johannes, Johannes 
et Willelmus dimisenmt dictum manerium de FyU^ngham cum pertinentiis 
Johanni de Wjthomewik cierico, ad terminum vite sue/* Its value was 
ISL &s. 4d,f and the age of the heir» Thomas Bardolf, is stated in both in- 
quisitions at seventeen years and more. Before John de Briggeford, 
escheator of the coimties of Nottingham and Derby, inquisition was taken 
at Aylweston, on Monday next before the feast of St. Cuthbert the Bishop, 
19 March, when William Bardolf of Wyrmegey, chevaler, was foimd to have 
died seised of 26s* of annual rent due from free tenants in the soke of Ayl- 
weston, in the county of Derby, as parcel of the Barony of Shelford, in the 
county of Nottingham, <<et dicunt quod idem Willelmus habuit die quo obiit 
servicia sex feodorum et dimidii et quarterii militis in soka predicta, perti- 
nentia ad Baroniam predictam, et dicunt quod idem Willclmus obiit die lune 
proximo ante festum Purificationis Beate Marie ultimo preterito, et quod 
Thomas fiUus predicti Willehni est heres ejus propinquior, et etatis xvii. an- 
norum et amplius." Another inquisition, of previous date, taken at Shel- 

• The manor of Brattelby, in the hundred of Lawru», parts of Lindsey, Lincolnshire, 
ifl the first named in Domesday, among those belonging to Colsuain, and subsequently to 
Robert de Haia, the owner of Fillingham, and was apparently considerod as tho caput of this 
Honoor. Kicholaa de Haia, the heircss of this family, was tho wife of Gerard de CamTiil, 
whote tenure of this manor is thus set down in the Tcsta de Nevill. Idem Girardus 
tenet de domino Rege feodum unius militis et quartam partem feodi unius militis in Fig- 
lingham, unde I>onu8 Bardolf, qui mortuus est, tenuit feodum unius militis de eo, et 
WillelmuB filius Thome quartam partem feodi unius militis per idem servicium. Idem, 
Oirardus tenet de domino Rege feodum unius militis in Kameringham et in Brotclby. 
Idem, GirarduB habet illud in dominico. The heireas of the family of CamTille, Idonea, 
wmB the wife of William Longespe, who held this Honour 20th Hen. IIL 1235, as we 
leam from the retums of the coUectors of the aid granted in that year to the King, who 
rendered accompt of the assessment in the county of Lincoin, parta of Lindsey, namely, 
Jollan de Nevill and William de Baillol ; iidem reddunt compotum de viii marcis pro 
Willelmo Longa Spata de feodo Nicholae de Haia. Et debet xTi libras de remanente xyi 
feodorum de veteri feofEBmfiento. In the rcign of Edward the Third this Honour eecheated 
to the crown after the decease of Alice de Lacy, the widow of Thomas Earl of Lancaster, 
in 1348 ; but the statement of the jury that it wvm held of Thomas Earl of Chester is 
apparently erroneous, unless a son of that name had been bom of Anne of Bohemia, the 
fiivt wife of Richard the Second, wlio died an infant subse<}uent to this date, and before 
the time of its erection into a Principality, which was heroaftcr, according to an Act of 
Pariiament,2l8t Ric. 11. to serve as the appanage of the futureheir apparent to the throne, 
if God should grant the King this blessing. 


ford on Tucsday iH»xt Wforr tho finut of Sl GmjroiT, Popr, 6th >farrh, a* 
to hifi t4»niin* of thp mAnor of Stoke lUniulf, ai parrrl uf thr Raruny of 
Shelfoni, *'(*xcrptiii x. nuirci^ anniii n^dciituii ruiiimn Jc»hanni (in^nr. (M-rMinc 
eccl(*»ie cie I^ompton, a {>n*fato \Vill«*lin«i nu|»er ronce««i«, |»i*m|iirn«li« aii 
fMta I^ische et lancti Mirharlii equaliter aci temiinum %ite ciirti Ji>hAiiiu«." 
To which manor wax hchminnfr a pa»ta|fe hy h«iat arnMt Tn-nt, wnrth 
yearly b4*yond n*pn!K»« xViii. ; an«i tht* numher of knifrhtJk' fn^ hrhi of hi« 
moietj of the Banniy of Shelfoni are |»ut down at twmty-nine, and th«* air«* 
of the hetr a» alxtvi*. IWurc Thomas Hlvthe, of Blvthr, e«chr>ati>r <<f th«* 
county of Leic^trr, ttic|uiAiti(Mi «aii taken at IfalhHiirhton, oo ThurtiiAV 
oeit before the feait of the Annuuciation of BletMni Mar^ . 2«lni .\f arrh. a« 
to hi» tenure of one toA and thn*<* camicat«*« of land, ** cum cap.ti)>u« pra- 
torum,'* of thc* honoiir «»f IV%en-ll. hy military M*r\ice, with thit 6iidin(r. a« 
to htn heir, ^ qiiod Thofnas Baniolf mileit e*t filiun et herr* ip«iu« Willrlmi 
defuncti, <*t de etate octodt^o^m ann<»nim in f«iito Natalii I>omini ultimo pn^- 
terito.*' Tht*»e varianct*t a.« t<i the <iiy of th<* hirth and the a|rr of tl»r h«-ir 
Afe of freqiuMit cx-cum^ni^* in incjiiiftition*, and fnmi •ubfcqurnt r%iiirnrr it 
ta certain that ht* was at the tiiiM* of hi« fathrr** deceaie in hit eiirhtmith 
yemr, aod, an h«* wa^ )M>rn in Sui»irt, the ciate |ri\«-n in the inquiftitium in 
that countT is prohahly cornvt, in which hr i« «tatrd to have bei-n l»om «m 
the 2^d ciay of I)e<«*ml»t*r, 136H. In the foUowinir re^riuil year of Hichard 
II^ writa with ihe Kin»r'!» t«*«tr at Wr^tminttrr, 2Hth day of Jiiim*, 1.*)M6, 
were tent to the evht^aton above-tiam«^i for the c«mnties of N<»ttin|rham 
and Lincoln, for iuquiry a« tt» thr kni|rht'» frt*« and advowtoot hrld by thr 
dcceaied in the Mune. .\cconiiii|rly an inquisiticMi na* takt^ at Nottinfrham 
oo Saturdav next U-fon* the frait of the Natnitv of Bleatrd .Xfanr, lOih 
Ric. II., lit S*|»t^ an to hi« tmun* (»f thm* firf« and the twrotieth part of 
a knight's fit*f in that ccmnty ; and anotlMT at Drrhy oo Friday iieit hrfore 
the femiit of Sl I)eni«, 5th (ki^ a«i to hi« t«*nurp of tit firft, a half and a 
qtiarter of a fief, ao<i uf nioe Unati** nf larnl in that munty. In Notlinirham- 
•hin* he had held a moiety of the rhurrh of (M*dlinir, worth twmty markt. 
Aoother inqubition was takrn at (*ayth<»q> oii Friday nrtt aHrr thr frast of 
St. Thomaa the ApostU*, 2Mih IW^ a^ to hi% trnure of oor fief in Thurirhy , 
held by the ahbot of Prterbonmirh. «»nr in Cathorp and BrmodtMi, hrUI hy 
Jobn de Rouceby, clerk ; onr in Normanton and Willoti|rhby. held by TIm>- 
maa Preodergatt aod ImibeUa de Normaotoo ; ooe lo WilltNifhby oear .\q« 



caster, held by John Sciiry ; a sixth part of one fief in Sutbrook, held by 
John Tebaud ; a ninth part of a fief in Byker, held by John de Nevill, 
knight, Lord of Raby ; two parts of one fief in Helpringham» held by the 
same ; half a fief in Calthorp, held by John Inglish, and the twentieth part 
of a fief in Freston, << et dicunt quod omnia feoda predicta sunt de feodo 
vocato Vescy, et pertinent manerio de Calthorp cum pertinentiis," of which 
the value was unknown to the jurors.* Appurtenant to the manor of 
Westburgh were two knight*s fiefs in Wrawby, Glandford Brigg, and El- 
sham, held by Ralph de Bracebrigge, knight ; half a fief in Claypool, held 
by Nicholas Hebden ; an eighth part of a fief in Claypool and Fenton, held 
by Sir John Cressy, knight ; and an eighth part of a fief in Claypool and 

• At the time of the Survey undcr William the Conqueror the land of Robert do Vescy 
oomprised a manor in Helpringham, wapentake of Aswardbum, of seven carrucates and 
three bovates. A manor in Caythorp, having ninetcen camicates and two bovates in de- 
metne, and twenty-eight carrucatcs and six bovates of soke geldable. Land to as many 
ploaghs, t. e. forty-eight, to which were adjacent thrco hundreds, Frieaton, Normanton, 
and Willoughby, and in it were two churchcs and two priests, and half a mill, worth ten 
shillings, and eight hundred and eighty acres of meadow. Land in Brandon and 
Rauceby was also soke of this manor, and a half camicate in Swayton was a bcrewick of 
the same. A manor in Steveninge of six bovates, with two salt-pits of two shillings and 
eight pence, and a Rshery, yielding two hundrcd eels and eighteen acres of mcadow. Six 
bovatcs and a half of land in Heckington, in Aswardbum wapentake, was also soke of 
Caythorp. In the Testa de Nevill for Lincolnshire, undcrFeoda Willelmi de Vescy, we 
read as follows: — *^Willelmus de Blokcvill tcnet unum fcodum in Turleby, W^illelmusde 
Latimer tenet tertiam partem unius fcodi in Heckington. Cathorp, Friston, Normanton, 
Seggebrock et dimidia Ancastra dc fcodo Willelmi de Vcscy. Johannes Colcman unum 
feodum in Cathorp. Radulphus iilius Johxmnis unum feodum in Normanton. Jollanus 
de Evermue unum feodum in Wylgheby. Rogcms de Burleg dimidium feodum in Sug- 
gebrock. Willelmus de Latimer nonam partem unius feodi in Bykir. Willclmus le 
Latimer duas partes unius feodi in Elpringliam. Willclmus lc Latimer tcnct tcrram suam 
in Swaneton, et quando scutagium cst ad xl. solidos quelibet bovata dat viii. dcnarioft."* 
The two churches mentioncd in Doraesday will have bccn those at Caythorp and Norraan- 
ton. Frieston is a hamlct of Caythorp ; Willoughby and Sudbroko are haralcts in the 
vicinity of Ancastcr. Thurlby near Boume is in the hundred of Ness, and Hcckington in 
that of Aswardbura. Bicker is in the hundred of Kirton, and Swayton in that of Avc- 
lund. The Steveninge of Doraesday waa in Biekere hundrod, and gives name to the 
manor of East Evening, in Swineshoad. Thc heircHS of Willinm Lord I^tinier, dcccased 
28 May, 4th Ric. IL, wa» Elizabcth, the wife of John Lord Nevillc of Raby. Hamond- 
beck waa the name of a drain extending froni Spalding to Boston haven, and passing 
through Bicker. 


StubUin, Md bv WiUwin dr CarlHoii. TIm* ailvciwMint incluiM thuir gf 
thi* rliiiri h«*« of Bryikrll. (>Hriib\ nrar S|iri(Uiii|rtoQ, and a moirty of that 
of WtiitlHiruiitfh.* 

During thi* nunorit) of 'ni«>tiuft lAtu\ WtLt^Mf, hi* «a« rrftuit-nt at thr 
cantU* of TattmkliAU. m th«* huii«lrt*ii nt itartrrr, |kart« ««f LiD<i««*%, l«in<-(iln> 
•hirt\ thr M>at of hi« f.ith«'r-iii«UH, I{4l|»h l^»ni Otmiwrll. and hnirr it i» 
prohahlr that ht* Harii*hi{» aii«i cuvttMiv ha«i brni |;rantrd to thi» ni*bl«nun. 
In thi* l«)th \iMr of l(irlur«i thr Si^iikI a nrit «a» Hrtit to WiUuni kitn- 
brrh V, rMhiMtor of thr r«miit% uf L»vx. which U^ara iLitr at \\ r«tuun«t<*r. 
^th (M. I«iS9, iiijoiiiinir him to nuikr furthrr inquir^ a^ to thr Uii«i« «iiul 
firf« «liich ha«i iii<«ti th«>M* of hi« fithrr. I*ui«uant thrrrto ini|ui«tti4»n naa 
takrn at Hrj<l%i«>ll iH-forr hiin. «mi tht* llth N«»ir. f«»UoHinir, nhii-h lir^nU** 
WiUiaui IUriii>lf ««f W« niMtrav. «*li«'\ .ilrr, lirrrawti, to hatr iiir«i «rifrii in thr 
viU of nr.i(i««U iiiMr 'lilliiikrhani <if (inrr^ n*nt4 aml Uixl* hrld «.f thr hml 
thr kmir 111 ihicf hv iinhtarv «t^io*, a^i alM» «if tlir aii%o«^>n of tiir chnrrh 
of nra«i%i< 11. whi< h wa« «orth )«'arl\ iii all i%<»U('<i, arioniiii^ to thr tr\ir 
va!ur of thr ftaiiir, U'\<iii<i n*pn*«*«. :fO/i.. brinir all hr hrlil in thr nmiitv. 
Thr jiirnr^ alxi .iffini.«ii that Kalph AttrH«Mi«'. \\ lUiam Ilomuiu. aiM Halph 
JutMr had (Mru|ii«il tlirnnt afon-«aiii, aii«i takcn thr i*«iir« atxi {'pifittt 
thi*r« of fr«im ti.«> timr of thc «!«>«-«*aor «if thr af«»rr*ai«i W lUiani IVaniolf. i;{i t«> 
thr <tav cf th«- tiikiiit; «»f thr iiii{ui<iti«)n. iMtaim* n«> uiir ha«i «i« mati«i«'«i tU* 
Miil r< iit friMu tli«iii «Itirini: th«* tiiiM* aforr«ai«l. an<i that thr at<*rr«ai(l Wil- 

• I l.i- • •iiIaI MiAii'-r M •■•I» «f^.uich. ih thr huii<lT'l ••f l^-^^^lrn. |nrt» -4 k#««lr<m. |^i>. 
(Mriti«l..r* » »• !.• . 1 •iti* iiitit I I (t.*<(Tr.« \lt.!.ri »■• t lt^.{ h Ui* b«|>K« « *l tlir Hur*'^. 
ftn ! t* '■' »t ti:i.i •(.• { ..'.•].. • ..f 1>.'1 in.^t. -. < U«|--.!. aii 1 **tt* «' «I « ! iri.->i; th' i^fMli 
•I \^ «^;U>ni«ii;h. «rrv in«*iu-l«^l iti iKr « «Y tti» nvAn«ir In tbr rrifn • i llmrt ;h' 
Thir^l M iIlkAii. lUrlulf li«ll in UrMU ri.tifh. lhiilinKiu«t, H|«h#Cuo. Mk«l r*r«» TV*rf». ■• 

rl*i*f • f l^r I nl tti. K r .-. tl.r fSrf* ..f t«.> kt.ifhtA Ihr «rfhrT IIHM-t* «M t»rM \n |L>^«f1 
4* !.«• riii^ltAiii II. .'.«ii.>«i^ • f tt « k.i if II. • t... f of thr fVff if 4'au%. KrntfA m ««l^trrnl 
|«» *«r:i * II. iii tt.i «aii.. I.iit. !r«<l. II..- M^i.-r if Mrkvtt i« m tlir l.un lr««l *^t Y»r> 
\m,ri i,.l . \-*nm I f I.... !••«. N ri(. Ri-!ii.«'. »t. 1 in ilir |i«rwii w ihr rlkAi^lni *t ftUji-lf-ir^l 
Hriw».' I -•!•'»»• :• *n a<!^ i - c |.*ri*li. Itt tlir XfmiM W N<-«ti; «f lk««r «t.t* rtttni «itw|«r 
M»|-«-''Ar ilr Jrr«lrf; .. M.»i.*» ' ( 1 1 'I « rtit* .Ir .^rriitvi» trfirt in l'I •«I.Atn. ^r%hy. 

•C k'"«l*_« f*»"l» 'liio*'^!!! «1 ." tulM «l» IC. rrt.- i}r K. • rn r iftham. r^ i-lrtn Hf>*t^u* •!• 4o- 
II. I. ii>fr iri • .t| .*> •!« r> I. |i.<«:u ll«tii ^^ tliriri.ut •!« \.r.r4i'. W •i1«'nu dr IVrtrMV 0t 

«1« i:. -.1 <i4 llra«: A !< t . t,: II. I ..•««.«lli. ^^ r»! % . «1 krtt«it « fr««lA •lu*irvnt MiUtsm 4« tW* 
mtiM* iWtiulfti ri i.lrai lUr^tulfua «I* d««»i»«t R#c* i« r«{i«t« 4r rvMt.^iMVla " KtttUtiy 
■ « hjttiiM III R«tf^. mt\}t^-^t iD Wr««l>5. 


liam Bardolf died on the last day of January, 9th Ric. II., and that llioinas, 
son of the aforesaid William, is his next heir, and was of the age of twenty 
years on the fourth day of January last past. Before John Longeville, 
escheator of the eounty of Buckingham, pursuant to a writ of same date, 
inquisition was taken at Wendover on Tuesday next before the feast of St. 
Martin the Bishop, 9th Nov., which describes him to have held I6s. of as- 
nsed rent in Bledlowe, from a certain water-mill, and 20«. from one carru- 
cate of land; six shillings from the manor of Huckote near Aylesbury, as 
parcel of the manor of Stowe-Bardolf, which manor without the county was 
faeld of the King in chief, ten acres of arable land in the fields of Wendover, 
called Irelondes Stokkyng, and 26s. 5d, of assised rent there, held of the 
lord the Duke of York, as parcel of the manor of Wendover, by the service 
of doing suit at the court of the said manor twice a year, which ten acres 
were worth 50s And the jurors say that the aforesaid W^illiam Bardolf 
died on Monday next before the feast of the Purification of the Virgin 
Mnry, 9th Ric. II., and that Thomas Bardolf is son and next heir of the 
aforesaid Wiiliam, and is of the age of twcnty-one years and more ; and 
that Roger Skynner of Wendover, and divers other tonants, had kept back 
these rents without title.* Pursuant to a second writ, bearing date at 
Westminster, II th April, 1390, an inquisition was taken before Hcnry 
Bukyngham, escheator of the county of Northampton, on Saturday next 
afler the feast of St. John the Baptist, 25th June, 14th Ric. IL, which 
describes William Bardolf of Wermegay, chevaler, deceased, to have held, 
whilst he lived, three parts of one fief of a knight in Middelton and Colyn- 
trough, and to have died seized thereof, which said three parts Robert le 
Veer then held as of the right of Anne, his wife, daughter and heir of Sir 
Thomas Malsores, chivaler, deceased, which was worth twenty marks. 
Pursuant to a third writ, bearing date at Westminster, I5th May following, 
inquisition was taken before William Pappeworth, escheator of the counties 
of Cambridge and Huntingdon, on Saturday next after the feast of St. 

♦ Bledlow, a parish in the hundrod of Aylesburj', Bucka, had been parcel of the land 
of Hugh de Gournay, and by him given in alms with the ehurch to the abbey of Bec- 
Herluin, in Normandy, aa thi» entry in the Teata de xVevili attest» :— " Elemosina. Biede- 
low. Abbaa del Bek Harlewyne tenet in elemoeinam de feodo liugonis de Gurnay." The 
Unds in Wendover came to the Bardolfe from thc same family. Hulcot ia a parish in the 
•ame hundred, held of the baronie» of Trailli and Kainho, but there a no record to ihow 
how it came to be a member of the manor of Stow-Bardolf in Norfolk. 

Aiiiiri M thf A|Mi«tlr. .inl l>«i-.. Nth Kii*. 11.. %»hii'h (lt-M-nU*t tht* 
dtt-fiM-tl tii hAV«* hrhl a kii:i;ht\ A«-t' iii Knhalr. iii l'atnhntl{;t*«hin*. 
wliirh l.iiil<» lii* llarh-^tMfi. m»ii aml linr «»f l((ii;i*r <lr Ifarif^toti, 1^-1«!, 
vnrth lO /i. Aiifi th«* fiiiirth |»art i»f a fi«*f iii Nrwton in thr huiitiri<«i «»f 
\Vi«)fii-h. whirh r.iliiiiiiHi < 11111% \1 hrhi. «orth Ifilf.* PiirMjatil ti» a fi<urth 
«nt t>> W illuiiii Kiiii)ntI\ , i*«<-ii«*ati»r iii th«* (-«»iintii*^ (»f K*<«*t aini lft'rtti'r>t. 
luiiiHii .i)hi\«*. ii.-iti*«i l*Jih Apnl. iii({iii«iti(iti« «««n* w\«*rallT takfn al Hrttit- 
«(»«•«1 nii rhiirMLi\ thc fi*A«t «»t' tht* tnii^UtKin tit St. 'I*h(mui« thf* Mart\r. 
7th .liil\. 14 Kic. II. \»hi(-h licM-nt»**^ thc* (ltTi*a^l twha^t* hrld <iih* kni^*ht • 
ticf 111 Hr.iilHcn. \%hi('h th«« I^>nl dc K(m>«, «h<i had takrn lo «ifi* tbr Iwir 
uf Orh\. hcid. u<»rth \K\ U^ a tncntirth |iart uf a firf brld h% tbr hcir uf 
Juhii I^- ( «xik, «orth \\ «.. and a twclfth jkart (if a fii*f lirld b\ Kolirn liurt*- 
fan* aiid thc hcir df .l<»hti dt* U Taiic. «unh 4(>f^ atid thr ad\(>«*4in nf thr 
cburrh \%iinh l^) /i.f ; aiid at \Vatti»n-attc-.^tonr on tha* 9th daT <»f ()rti»lirt 

*' . <iaiiA]l« «ritt.-ti t.liiii- %\\i\ \r»ti<n. «rr |»ari«lit*« in thr |«Jr *A > 1* . >n t^*- 
f|i-|ltill < f ^\ 1« ^ ■«■««- h. Ati>i III tli«- lr-«La •!•- Nr«lil thrrr i« (h»* rnlr^ M Iw lh# Unurv III th« 

m^ii < f ll«ti III. -* li»il.»iiiu« ilr K<«*i Irri«-| tn K.'ilkAlr, inftiniul rum \»rryk •un .n 
lluutt-iii. ( rik. rt (f «■{•-«(•■n» in (-ntii. N>>rfi<i* ir frvaltmi uuiut mihl» ilr ||ii<H*r« > 
^rrti,*. \\ IWftJ'!' «iiiti* <)«* Ki«r« trnd in l.ul^ti <|UArtAiu |Aftr«ci W^m\\ uhi .• a.i..:^ 1* 
\l « r ii.< ,- i • . " 

t I !.• • >*.t.*l«t- |iAri«h • f |lr«<l«rll, in (hr hutiiln-*! *A |lrn<t. ihr m«MC Mirirtit ii\>.r 
nl«>ii • < f *!.• f*niil« i f liitr«|.>lf in \ nifUri 1. h*.l lic«*n rndrrh •u(-inf'*ti4r«l »1 tlkr 4^1* **i 
tlti* tt.!r« III •)!•■ \f<jk •!• Ni-«iii \l itiritim*. ir\\rt •Itiitiini K'*^M llrnnri. •Ir-lit lir*.lr 
m\\\* !■• ' .•r«.<:i.iit iti.tti» ii.iiiti* 1 h"i:.t>iu.f. rf I ti- n»kB |i«rtiulf ilr»lil trt« {,ar'.<« 
«il!« t--.' !• r ^i u« •.,.* III iiijiri'.^ ■;.•<., !{•.(■• rt.i .Ir >aii< !•• Kroii||i*-, \ii..^,tr..< 

iikl-illi •' lii. t w -lix 'li llf 4-1,1 •! I lrt:i 1 tiiill.A« r* (lllli:t li:iil llua» fr«*luU«^, ■■ ..» *1 
i)«lir ir: \ «■*••:! •{laii. H^^iwiiiia •!•■ I!i>«r^i r\ 1 1. ii^A* -Ir IV rf an- IrCM-nt r< •|4««tAai 
parltiii i . i'M **tn. •n ('•■ •i» *,r.. ( m fA<irn) «i.iA l.t |UAn in .N.rnunni %mMrru!.t trrra* 
•Uft< •!■ ■ 1« U* t J >lt»i.ti'« !<'l.t |-artriii M ili«itlii li*« uti r( |«rtrin K«>t«ni Sr N»r.i-W 

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|wr ••ri: • iii. u.uit^r*-. 1 1. 'M.m I .!i |l>rr»r-l «*• h .«'.Aii^l ff .%li« u «Ir (•*r]|** •,•,..«, 

ilAUWht' ' ■*-> 1 I.' .r •f W ...a:ii !. liAr}ti. «!. I \.*« «1< K'jliirtkrt, «h*. «.tt. Ifa« 

Miiir \.' nth* I.A^l •. \.*r iriK r.tat..* «r.^l tt • w^x^i.^x^m-x *i ll.r kitict t tr«lt. •« 1 \Um 
•Ut^ «^i -'• »M i-i>linrTii<-l (•• \. Mi \\ i h^rt. r tf klti^ Jiihrt. <!«tr.l »1 W •■■1«|.« k, l*tl. 1*« 
vf M^r > -fj hn. ;. « Mat^ -1« i«*h!rr «111 h. ir < f J Kn •Ir ( >r' «, uk-- L*.l •««« 


Ibr » ! .f **.r J tiii •!• K •• > f lltiii.».**. I ••ni. I.U>r. •t..««i<r. l.r*! «itl.^Jiat n>u* • *(h 
Kl<- II .'i «!.. ii \|«:. 1. (!,.- «ifr iif IC*i( h I,a>r4l 4 r it.* «rn. tlM (l.rff ff .\«mi* |a1« 

|J«r'l *. ••«•/■ ■. l (••'• H.rifx.a.ii •r.l i t.r •'f («•iitJirir* W ii ^iu l.*..r*l ii«rtk«|>^ 
|irrM- 'f.i 11.1.'^ < •> t ! .ri tt-* .' (h Junr. \ *««. (.. (t.r rhur>l. %A \\»m Hwit Tnblt} w< 

ilr»4*ri. juttA M*xr, u|->'k ti.r rv«iCli*llvn of <iUt 1«> M.^fkr 


foUowing, which describes him to have died seized of no fees in that county» 
but that he had held the advowson of a free chapel in the vili of Watton- 
atte-Stone, worth yearly 4 /e.,* and the advowson of the church of Staple- 
ford, worth yearly 6 li. 13*. 6d. Pursuant to a fifth writ to Robert Sib- 
thorp, escheator in the counties of Surrey and Sussex of the same date, 
inqoisition was taken at Crawley on Monday next after the feast of the 
Holy Trinity, 30th May, 13 Ric. II. which describcs him to have held on 
the day of his decease ten knight*8 fiefs in thc vill of Porteslade of Richard 
Earl of Arundel and Surrcy, which said fiefs Sir John de la Warre, chivaler, 
held of the aforesaid William by the same service, each fee being of the 
aonual value of 5 /i. when it should chance to fall in, and nothing else in 
respect of fiefs and advowsons in thosc counties.f Pursuant to a sixth 
writ, to William Flamavill, escheator of the countics of Warwick and 
Leicester, dated 12th of May, inquisition was taken at Halloughton on 
Tuesday next before the feast of the Holy Trinity, 23rd May, which 
describes him as having died seized of one fief and a half in Billesdon, 

* The chapel of St. Mary, in Watton, callcd NVhcnisted, was of the presentation of the 
Lordfl Bardolf, and on the 18th Jan. 1375, William Lord Bardolf presentcd John Diase- 

'f' Portalade, a parish in the hundred of Fishergate, rape of Lcwes, had heen constituted 
the principal seat of the honour, consisting of ten fiefe in Sussex, which was apportioned 
to Reginald de Warren, younger brothcr of William de Warren, third Elari of Surrey, and 
npon the decease of his son and heir Wiiliam de Warren, this inhcritance, together with 
the barony of Wermegay, derived frora her grandmother, Alice de Wermegay, devolved 
upon Beatrix, his only surviving child, then the widow of Doun Bardolf. Not long after 
•he remarried Ilubert de Burgh, the chamberlain of King John, by whom she had sons, 
who died in infancy, and was hersclf deceased before thc close of the year 1214, 16 John. 
Uer son by her first husband was of age and in possession of his patemal inheritanco in 
the foliowing year, but was, it seems, compelled by his step-father to make him a grant of 
the capital manor of Porteslade, with its appendant knight^s fccs, which is enrolled on 
the Pipe Roll of the sccond ycar of Henry III. 1218, under Northamptonshire. Hubort 
de Burgh, created Earl of Kent by Henry III. died at Banstcad in Surrey, 12th May, 
27 Hen. III. 1243, and in the same year William Bardolf had iivery of the honour of 
Wormegay, held by him during life by the courtcsy of England. Uis son and heir John 
de Burgh, who never assumed thc titlc of earl, suceecded to his lands in England, and in 
the Testa de Nevill, under the heading Isti tenent de Honore Warrenne, que cst in manu 
Petri de Sabaudia, we read Johannes de Burgo decem feoda militum in Porteslade de 
eodem Honore, omitting all mention of the mesne tenure of William Bardolf, whose re- 
pretentative was John Lord De la Warre at the time of the caption of this inquiaition. 

CUllT rftKFACK. 

RoIImUio, and Sb^nfUm* which John dr 8k#fiogtoQ and olhm hrld, 
worth S ii^ cvf one half firf in Krythoq), worth tSi. H</^ and thr third part 
of oor M in llaUmifrhtcm* whirh llrnrY Karl of I)rrbj hrUL 10«., and oor 
balf firf aml a uuith |Mirt in I lalUiuirhton and Cfoutrby, which Sir John dr 
l^-tcm, ( ht*vaUT. hrld, worth UfU. 4</., and a half 6c*f in llallou|rhtoa north 
Mf. ^., UifrHhrr with thr adTowton of thr rhaprl uf 8c Mirharl m llal- 
loufrhtcm. INirtuant to a irYmth wnt fu lliimias Nrutoo, rvchcalor of thr 
countir^ of N«*ttinirham and l>rrhy, datrti I2th Apnl. io<|uiaitioQ waa takm 
at l)rrhy cm Tiu*Miay m*tt aftrr thr fca«t of Sl« liamabaa thr .\(Mntlr, 
16th Jiiiir, «hich dc^K^ribrft him as ha\iiifr dird «rtird of a twrlfUi part of a 
irf in .\vUaiitoo aiid .\lwaatcm, hrld bv the abbcH of Dalr, worth IU#^ of 
oor lirf in Alwatton and Amba«t(m« hrld by Sir John L>aubn|rmmrt, 
cKr%alrr, «orth 6s^ half a firf in Thurk**tcm aod .ATlwaaton, hrld bv thr 
Abbut uf l)rrU*v. worth lUU, 4cf.« two firf^ in Alwaatoo. Thurlrttoo» Am- 
bastcm, an«l lioUicm, hrUi by Sir Kalph Frrclirv illr, rhcYalrr, worth U^ iL, 
half a firf in .VUaiitcm, ThurU-stuo. and Avlwa«t(Mi, hrld br Adam l^rkrr, 
wonh «M^f., an «Mfrhth |ian of cmr firf in 'lliurlr«tim, hrld by Thcmia* dr 
Chrlcttcm. iic»nh l(>«.. aiid cm«* firf in Klton in Ir IVkr, hrld bT Sir Kf>bm 
TiptuA. chrvalrr, wcirth Im. HW. .\nd anothrr in<|uttitioo. takm at Shcl. 
ford lu Nuttm|rhani»hin*. «m .\Iunclay n«*tt U-furr thr fratt of thr loirntioo 
of tU* ll«iU ( r«M«. *2t\ .^la\, «lr«cnbr« him tu havr dird •rttcni of tbr ui* 
tcnith |iait of a lirf iii Nc*wtim anci Sh«*lt'ord. hrld by John dr IxMidham, 
wonh |t>#., of a Mitn^nth |>an of a fii-f m lUrtim Jorrr, hrld h\ J«»hn dr 
Csrr\. I.4ir«i of 1 iMiiior. wnnh lOf., aii«l half a kni|rht'i firf io Carlrtcm. 
Gr«lUii)r, i'oU\('h. aiici Stiikc*. a »uth |»an of a ^vf in Nrwtuo, aod a «ii- 
lcn«th i^art of a ti«-f in Sh« lf«ird. tu|r«*th«T «ith tlir ad%(»wMm (»f thr pnunr 
of Mu*ltord, «(»nh \rarU twmtv iiiark», aiid a rooMiT «if thr rhurrh of 
Grdrliii};, lAonh yarU tiii nurk*. l'iir«uaiit to an «nirhth wnt of thr tainr 
datr ti» \\ iUiain IU»th«', «-M-h* Ati»r nf th** (-i»«inty (»f |«iiicfl>ln, mc|ui*iti«m wat 
lakm at 1 a\thiit|> oii I rtii.i\ aftrr th«' f< .i«t itf St. Mark thr Kian|rrlifti« 
tSlh .\pnl, «hi(h d«-M-ntM« hini to ha%r «Im^I M*iffr«i uif uur kniirht*ft firf m 
ThurU'l»\, hrUl b% Ji»hn. ««m of W lUiam dr Mrr«t«m. worth 4tl#^ of tbr 
ihirci |an (»f onr fi«*f in llrk\i)|rt«»n. hrUl Uy KUtahrth. lalr nifr ai John ^ 
NrviUr «jf Kah\, 'X\t. 4«/.. on«* lirf. two |an« aiid % niiith |win «>f a firf in 
Cathurpr, Fri*tun, Nonnant«m. Ancadtrr, aiui |inin«Um, half a firf lo Nor- 
■Miotoo aod WiUoughby orar Ancaatrr, t«iu pam of a firf lo S«olao« 


Helpringham, and Byker, held by the same Elizabeth, 66jr. Sd^ two fiefs in 
Bracebrigg, Wraweby, Glandford Brigg, and Elsham, held by Ralph de 
Braoebrigg 5 /t., half a fief in Sudbrok, half a fief in Bracebrigg and 
Brynkel, a fourth part of a fief in Cla^rpole, half a quarter of a fief in 
Stubton and Claypole, same in Westburgh, a twelfth part of a fief in 
Dodington, Stubton, and Westburgh, a tenth part of a fief in Caythorp and 
Friston, with the moiety of the advowson of Wcstborough worth ten marks, 
the advowson of the church of Owenby 5 /i. and of the church of Brynkel 
66#. Sd. Pursuant to a ninth writ to John Longville, escheator in the 
counties of Bedford and Buckingham, of the same date, an inquisition was 
taken at Wendover on Tuesday next before the feast of the Nativity of St. 
John Baptist, 21st June, which describes him to have been seized of half a 
fief in Wendover, held by M atthew la Vache, worth 50*., and another half 
fief held by Roger Cook, and a messuage and iands in the same held by Sir 
John Nemyt, chevaler, the chaplain of St. Leonard, and the prioress of 
Merlawe, together with ten acres of land callcd Stokking, the wood of 
Stonygrove, the meadow of Irlondshull in the same, two messuages, a 
carrucate of laud, and a mill in Bledlowe, and a rent out of the manor of 
Huccote. Pursuant to a tenth writ to John Reed, escheator of the counties 
of Norfolk aud Suffolk, of the same date, an inquisition was taken at Beccles 
in SufTolk, which describes him to have been seized of one knight's fec in 
Euston, held by John Rokwode, worth 40*., one half in South Elmham, 
Wysete, and Bungeye, held by Nicolas Brampton and his parceners, 20#., 
a fourth part of a fief in Ilketeshale, held by the Abbot of Oerham, worth 
20#., and one fief in Mendham, MedeBeld, Heywod, and Mykewod, which 
the heirs of Hugh de Hastyngs held, 40*. Another inquisition was taken 
at Shouldham in Norfolk, of his vast honour in that county, of too great 
length for insertion here, and of which an ample account is contained in its 
local history. 

Agnes Lady Bardolf, after the decease of her first husband, became the 
wife of Sir Thomas Mortimer, knight, who was impeached of high treason 
in the Parliament begun at Westminster on Monday next afier the feast of 
the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 2l8t Ric. II 15th Sept. 1397, and 
from thence adjoumed on the 29th of Sept. to the town of Shrewsbury in 
the quindene of St. Hilary next ensuing, 27th Jan. 189S, by Edward Earl 
of Rutland, and the other lords Appellants, and by the Commons of the 

ntxvi PRrKAf-r. 

rpaliTi. hy iva*on i»f hi% lieinir thrn a fn^riiivr. \Vhrn*forp it «a« onUiii*<i 
bv th«* kinir. lAith tht* a««4>nt of thi* i*^tAti-« «»f Parh.inirnt, that prorUnaition 
bi* niAih*. A« «i«'ll in thr n^alm of r.n(rUn<) a* in thrUml of ln*Un<i. «annnir 
bim to .tpj>«*ar UYon* thr Kinir. vihrrr^rr hr miirht br, tn Kntrlond. viithin 
thrrr monlh« nr\t aft«*r thr :f4th (U\ of S-|it«*inU*r. to nukr an«iirr and tn 
•ubinit t«» thr law iii thi« U*h.ilf : and in ca*€* «»f «i«*fault tn br acijn«lt;**(i a 
traitor «ith all hi« a(lh«-rrnt«. It iiati U^rn alhvt-^i a^ain«t himthat. lka%inB: 
brrn inAtir priw to thr plot of Th«»ina« Diikr «»f (iluiicr«trr an«i Hirhani 
Earl <»f Anin«i«*l, h«', t«iiri*tli«'r with rh(»ma« Karl «»f \Van»irk. a«*rntni to 
thrir tnitorou« (ir<i^rn«, .iii<i that t)i«*^* f(ftir of «hm* arronl ba<i raiwrti and 
•SMinhlcil II va«t fon r at llan*ntrr\r in Finchl«*v, r«>m. Mi«i«ilr«rt, on thr 
13th «Uv of Ni»%rinU*r, l.*)^7 ;* iind that in thr fi»ll(ivin|r yrar at llun- 
tinfr<l(»n. (»n 'rhur*«U\ n«\t afti-r thr f«a*t of St. NirhoU«. l4th May. |.'i'*^, 
tbr «aiiH* four itriiiMtM^il ti» inarrh .iirain«t tU* Kinjr «h«*r«*«ur%rr hr nnsht 
br within thr n*alni, in oni«T t(» «ithdrav» iVotn him thnr linrr h«)mairr. to 
dr|MiM* hini frtnn lii« ro\al r«tatr, and ti» t.ik«* thr rrown into thrir ni*t(Hi« . 
«hi<*h {»ur{K»^* th«*v Hould ha%r ar('oin{di«h«*d. if thry hati not brrn hiiKim-^l 
bv ll«*nr\ «>f l.;in«-.i«trr, llarl of I)rrhv, and Th«imaa .Moubrav. F«arl **( 
Nottin^^hain. DurmiT tU* intrr^al of adj(»unimrnt of tbr Parluniint. an 
inqui<itii»n «ka« tak«*n at l>rw<*^, in thr r«»utity «if .Si««4*i, llith ()ri. *J\ |(ir. 
II. Ufor«- Willmin liiil«*«»tr rl«*rk, John F.lyiiirham tht* Kinir* ««'r)rant at- 
arm«. and .l«»hn llr«N)k thr Kintr*« <*«<*h«*.it«»r in that rount^. h% %irtur «jf 
rrrtani I>i*tt«'r« Pati^it «if thr Kiiiir dir«-«-t«-d t«» thr «amr, ti» a«rrrtJijn nhat 
Un(i« lArn* iti th«' t«*iiur** (»f Sir rh(»ma« MdrtuiHT. knijrht. Thr fimiinir <*f 
ibr jury »a« t«» thi« rffcrt ; that lir h«-ld a« |iarrrl <ff thr dowrr of .\|rnr«, 
bi* wif«\ a thiril part of thr man«»r «»f lUrrotnU*, «(»rth %rariv •> /i. *Jti^ at 
alM» thr nuiiitr «>f Hirlinir a* of tlir n;;ht of thr af«»n*«aid .\imr«, nbo bad 

9 |K«-iir l.ini;*r<i. \u l>.« llivtorv *>( Y.t\il»tii. «I.rr*- !.•■ •{^aW* ••! th»'*' trmna*rt»«ftH, 
ffrrno««>«i«'« <!•-«* r-'<«-« **ir T^fntAt Mt.rtnnrr, • K< «*I. r. ^a l^^r*! lli.aiM M-^^r , ftA.f m 
al*i» «n>'ia; m tli** «.ii f- -«iTN-n Ihal ll»4-knr^ «m thf |l*<«- of r^n l'f «••«• In th' Nnmna 
VillAr^ifii m»\' |><ir*-i»s! !•• «rit* •l%!r«l «i 4"M|«tii«>, e% m N'>U«. '• Mkn-h. '.' V -Im i| «• 
luivr AMi ti«' t!.< i. «'!.•-« "f i,!U m Mi>l lii-vrt. in th« hun In^l ••/ <NMi««t<>n, th* f-illuwiac 
9ntr* . \ i.% '.'■ I«!.'l.i«lr I iini llArrnKrt* rt S«r«trrT«l.4rTf4, i>f «hi^h th» Hwli y .il 
|^in>}*tfi m««<l I t.' .ft»c nAHir m mi««ntl»n. ^ut i« •l>>utitlra* i trnl»^Al «ith V 
Hft/TH'<. ■ »•-! -1 K M I* 1« •llUAtr m thr Mm» lt^>rnir« M thr «ill iif Fmrhtr^. n*ii>r}«, tl 
nf Kin*l ur« •»,-! Wrr,iftk«»Nam#t. 


been conjointly enfcoffed thereof, together with Sir William Bardolf, knight, 
late her husband, for the term of the life of the same Agnes, also of a fee- 
farm rent from Berwick and Wyngeton, worth yearly 13/». 16*. 4rf. Also 
that the said Thomas Mortcmcr had taken all the issues and profits of the 
aboTe from the time of his forfeiturc up to the day of the scntence pro- 
nounced against him in the Parliament last past, and that the reversions of 
the above afler the death of the aforesaid Agnes were belonging to Sir 
Thomas Bardolf of Wermegay, chivaler, son and heir of the aforesaid Wil- 
liam Bardolf. As on the day of the meeting of the Parliament, Sir Thomas 
Mortemer, whose appearance had been required by briefs sent by the Chan- 
cellor of England, directcd to Roger Mortemer, Earl of March, the King^s 
lieutenant in Ireland, or to his deputy, as well as to every sheriff of England» 
which also enjoincd them to seize his person, wherever he might bc, came not 
nor surrendered himsclf pursuant to thcse commands, he was adjudgcd to be 
a traitor, and convicted of all the treasons which the appellants had laid to 
his charge, and all his possessions, which had bcen belonging to him on the 
said ISth day of November, 11 Ric. II. 1387, or since, were declared to 
be forfeited to the King. All the proceedings in this Parliament were 
annulled in the first Parliament of the reign of Henry IV. held at West- 
minster on Monday the fcast of St. Faith the Virgin, 6 Oct. 1399, and all 
those forejudgcd rcstored to their names and iuheritances, or their heirs, if 
deceased in the interval. It is doubtful if Sir Thomas Mortemer survived 
to that time, nor has his lineage been satisfactorily devcloped ; but our 
knowledge that the place of his rctreat was Ireland, and that prior to his 
impeachment he had been a leader of the rebels congregated in the highlands 
of that island, rendcrs it probable that he was of near affinity to the Earl of 
March, who, by marriage with thc heiress of the Earls of Ulster, had large 
estates in Ulster and Connaught. Prior to the 9th January, 4 Hen. IV. 1403, 
he was deceased, as the will of Agnes Lady Bardolf, widow of Sir Thomas 
Mortimer, is of that date, and made during a residence in the dwelling-house 
of Richard de Vere, Earl of Oxford, then a minor, in the parish of St. Augus- 
tine-Papey, in the city of London. Onc of its provisions directs her body 
to be buried in the priory of thc Iloly Trinity without Aldgate, and another 
contains an appointment of Henry Earl of Northumberland, and of her son 
Thomas Lord Bardolf, to be supervisors of the same, thus affording the 
earliest evidence of the intimacv of that ilhistrious nobleman with her 


C3CX1T11I pmcKAt»:. 

faniilv. «hith pnuml lu thr i*ii<l «•!> Iii thf «Jimr \r«r «h«* ohtjmrtl 
th«* Kin{:'<« lioiiri* tn uriilc*rt.ik«' •! |Ml;;riiiiai:«< t*» I(<mi«* ainl ('lihvii**. a!i*1 
rl««*>% h«-n% iii liillilincnt «»!' hcr vim. «ihi«h «.i« viitiifl^M*«l hv hiiii at hi« 
iiijiii«>r ttf l.hhaiu nii th«* l4t)i ilax t»f \«'h, aii<1 m iiiM^rtitl «m thr H«»!l nf 
I^'lt«*r« l*.it«iit. 4 II«'n. IV. un<U'r t)i«' h«ailin/ 1V«» AjnM^tr liartiolf. 4« 
foUtiVk* : -- 

** l( i\ \ uiii\«-r^:« «-t «iniTuIi^ A<liiiinilli«, /V«-. atl qu«>ti\(. <ilutrtn. >uj»'|>I.- 
rA%it iiithi^ Airii«-«« lUnlirlf. l>«>iiiiiia tir \\'tirui«<);«'\, nuiM*r u&tirTh«>iiM* M«irt\> 
nM*r, ( )i«-\al< r. i{utMl. ruiii i|i<.i \ota |M*n*};riii.iri<itii« \rr^u« urU-^ Uiiiiir ««t ( <>- 
lunit* ar ah.i^ |iarti'« «•\t«-ra« pro «alutt* *u.i «'iiii««*nt, %« liniu*i*i«i«*tii A|?ii«ti ut 
i|>«a \«-r«ii« ur)M'« ct |iur1« • |<r<tlit ta« in (|utM-uii)t)iir |M>r1u rrjnn ii^^in An;:Ii«', 
ftihi pl.iru<-rit, «uin iluiMh*4-iin htiniiiii)iu« rt tluiHit<<mi «-«{ut» ttir<muti\a «ua, m- 
b«HH«, r(-hu« «'t h«*riii*«ii« «ui« trait«»ir«* v\ m* «'itra r«*tniuiii iKMtruni pntiiitutii, 
qu4iu*t)u«* |M'ntrriiiAt itiiK 111 «uaiii pnilu-t.iiii (-tmi|ilr\rnt, ah««fitarr, nr<ti«<ii 
ri(h*iii Alhk ti, (|u«mI i|>%.t tn*M-«Mit.i« h)ira« |ir«) «-i|M'ii«ift «ui^ 111 har |urtr 
ni«'r«<iri)»u« .laiiuf «t\«' nlii« {M'r*<ini« t|tiilm««-uiii(|u«* iiifra nirttuiii ii(j«truiii 
Anirli*' «oUcrt'. tt «-i^iliin tiK-nMturilMi* «i^r alii« |>rr«<>tii« prt-^iit ti* i| )«*>1 
ip«i litti r.t« r.iinliii «tM*ii« «ui« iii parti)tu« «'itcn^ ('oiiimoraiitihii* pn> «uiutiLA 
illa ( itlriti .\cii«*ti 111 }i.irt)hu« illi« «(lUcinla iM^nr farrrr %ah-a{it, ani;u«'rr 
|frat-it>«c . ni>«. «upjiliratintii pntlit^tr annii«'ntr«, lirt*tirtani illam taiii pn'fa*r 
Afrnrti «)ii.ini prr<li(*ti« nicr(*at<iri)m« trnon* prr«irnruiniiu duiimu« r«jii<r- 
driiilaiii. r.t iih-^} \i)ii« inaixiaiiitu «piiMl ip«ani .\|nK'trm «iim himiiiii)>uft, 
fH)ui«. at- )mii.i«. n ) 11« «t )i«Tti«-«ii« «1114 pnilii-ti« «'i (|ti«M-iim(|iir p«irtu n^vm 
n<>«tri Ai.jjl.c «ilti )>la<-ucrit \<rou« ur)M'« rt |iart«-« pn*«ii<ta« n rausa pn"- 
(licta )))mi«* rt j)»«<)i.<' itii{M'<(liiii«iitn alii)iin traii«irr |M*miittati«, ah«|ui)Ki« 
inaii(iati« «i\r nrtliiiai'(«m.)Mi« m (-niitranum fa« ti« n«m «>h«taiitil>u«. (lum ta* 
RM*n rail«-tii .\ijT'.«« aut )i«'ttiiti(*« »111 prriiti ti ali<)iia iin)ii« «rti rrsno ikottru 
Ant;! c pr« )uilii-i:i!ia «••«•imi non fl«'frratit, nci- ii.Umi mrrrat<>n*« aut alir prr- 
•oiir )ir«ili<-tr aunitii \«1 arurntuin m ina«<a \i-l iiion«*ta \«r«ti« |ianr« rttrrat 
cohirr pri-«4niM In ctitic iH»«t:<' tinn traii«tnittafit «)ii(»\i« mtMici |n mju», 
Ar. *r « «tc * |( v.v' a; utl mai « riiiin l(i"Vi« (h* Kltliam \iiii* <iir Mami."' 
r}ii« pilijr .11 .i-/t u.f . j : il\ \»iwi«l iu )in{4* nf n*«'o\(rinir hrr bralih. 
aml it« .11 i 11-11] l.^hiii' -.t \i .■ .ii.i*-' !.-■'• {•r«\<-nt<tl \*\ inrr«'a«iii/ i'.In«-««. nhtrh 
trrTi..M i*< ti ••!) lii<«!.\ n* \t att* r thi* f«'.t«t nf >t. Itartia^ia« thr 
.\}ti^tU-. Ijth .h.:ic 111 t}it- •.i;i.« \(ar. 1 )ic lUtr <if thr «nt« to tKr 
r«<hr*tiir« lif t)ir ••\«r»l r.iuntir* m winrh «h»' hrhi Un«i«. thr«v «iai» 


after her decease, affords proof that she died in London, and not on her 
joumey. An inquisition taken at Aylesbury, com. Buck. before William 
Bosoun, escheator in the counties of Bedford and Buckingham, on Wednes- 
day next after the feast of the nativity of St. John the Baptist, 27th June, 
1408, describes her to have died seised in Wendover of the dotation of Wil- 
liam Bardolph, chivaler, of ten acres of land, worth yearly 21 5. and of an 
assised rent of 36*. 1 \d. in Wendover, Aston-Clynton, Bledlow, and Huk- 
kote, and of seven hidcs of land in Eyton and Birchemore with their appur- 
tenances in the county of Bedford, together with one knight*s fief and a tenth 
part in Wendover, of which the reversion was belonging after the decease 
of the aforesaid Agncs to Thomas Bardolf, knight, son and heir of the 
aforesaid WilJiam Bardolf, then of the age of 25 years and upwards.* 
Another inquisition, taken at Hertford on Thursday the eve of the feast of 
the Apostles Peter and Paul, 28th June, before John Squyry, escheator of 
ihe county, contains this finding ; that William Bardolf, chivaler, late hus- 
band of Agnes named in the writ, had been seised of the manor of Crowe- 
bergh with its appurtenances in the county aforesaid in his dcmesne as of 
fee, which said William by his certain charter gave and granted the afore- 
said manor with its appurtenances to John Cley clerk, John Grene clerk, 
Robert Alesaundre, and Nicholas Horspath, their heirs and assigns ; and 
after the decease of the said Sir William Bardolf, knight, the said Agnes 
had possession of a third part of the manor aforesaid by writ of dower out 
of the court of Lord Richard, late King of England, of which the reversion 
was belonging to the said feoffees, their heirs and assigns, worth yearly 30*. 
4d. and held of Sir Edward de Benstede, chivaler, by service unknown to 
the jurors.f The like tenure of the manor of Bardolf in Watton-atte-Stone, 

♦ In the Nomina Villarum fop the county of Buckingham, 9 Edw. II. 1316, we read, 
in Hundredo de Aylesbury ville dc Broughton cum Hulcote, villa una, Abbaa de Mua- 
tendene et Walterus le Graunter ; Astone Clintonc, Willelmus de Monte Acuto ; et 
Wendover Burgus, Robertu» de Fencs ; and in Hundredo de Rysebergh Bledelawe, 
dominus Abbas de Bck-Harlewvne. For the countv of Bedford in Hundrcdo de Man- 
nesheved cum dimidio Hundrcdo do Stanebnigge sunt ville de Hoghtone RegiB, Eytone, 
Wylesnade et Totcmho sunt trcs ville. Willelmus la Souche doniinus. Birchemore 
cum Wouboume Chapelc est una \illa. Willelmus la Zouche et Abbaa de Wouburae. 
Birchmoor was originally a parish, having a church dedicated to 8t. Mary, now destroyed, 
and the chapclry of St. Mary Woburne wos within it, and had bcen appropriated to the 
Abbey of Woburae. 

f The manor of Crowebcrgh was paircl of the honour of Valoincs, as we learn from an 

aiid <)t th(* .iil^tiWMtii «»f thc friM* t'h.i{itf*I «•! HIi-«w«i\ thi- \ iri:iii th< r« . 
lii thf Niiiit* t-iiiiiitv, h\ Sir \\ iili.itii Uirtlflt'. Lin;;ht, Ltr hti-hjii.>l «t 
th«- ^aiit \u'f>«**>« I* **'t fitrth .1« .i)Mi\t», uhiih niaiKir Sir \\ lUuiii lUr«l«>»t', 
kiii^'ht. h\ tn^ «!i.irttr. h:i\iiiu' t.Stiiiiifl th«- ht^-inr frtiiii Kiiiir L<!v».ir<l fh« 
Thini. h.tii(rnt>ii ainl yi.init-ii t«i Sir H>'Urt>'.i»it. kni/lit, tur thf t< n:. <t 
hi« lift'. attt r Hhti*«- «h>« i-.i*f it h.i« t«» n \irt tit thr );raiitt»r aii<i hi- l.t.r- 
l*|Miii tht* tli-d.iM* tif tlii-M- |-.irtit-«, t)ii' iii.i!itir Hitii it« a|»|iiin«*iuiiiti * \..\\ 
kMfii <H i«f<i tiitti thf iiAiiti tit |{i ii:iril Lilt' Kini: tif Kii};lanti th«* Sifii<l . • t 
nhuii tiiH* tiiir«l part. uith thi* aii\tt«*«>n of tiu* rhA|M'l, hoti \nt*ti 4*« ;:iii<l 
t«> thf aftirr"«.iiii Aw'i»« - m tlt..n r. « \ a"*iu'u-iti*'ii*' raiirfll.inr «•jii**ifiii «litiiutn 
Hfi:t« I(it.iriii. wiiuh w.i« \ft«irtii ,^tari\ iMii. *«</.* 1 )u* iiu('iioii4«»ii tak> '. 
at l>fAi** 111 tiu' itiuiitv iif .^u«M*\ liffiin* Hit-)ur«i Attf Wiuii*, t)ir r««hi jinr. 
uii t)if 7th iLi\ tif .lii!\. 4 lltii. 1\. th"M'n)H*« t)u- luui Sir Willuni lUnltiil. 
ch«-\.ilfr. l.iti' )iii-lMnii t>f lii r. tlu* *au\ Airuf^. iiaiiu-^l iii t)ir nnt. .!• 
ha\ini: Ihi-ii »fi/ttl III )n< i!fiiii »iif a« t«f fif <if tlii* iiuiu>r <if lWritns«-«, .ai:<l 
«if ilf/i. iit .-i«<i»««i n-iit \»i!)i t).t- .-i{i|airifn.iiitf^ 111 lUTwuk in th«* rt>iitit\ 
afi»n*«.iiii. \«)iii)i "aiil iuatiiir .iiui n-rit t)if *ai<i Williani )>\ )ii« tfrt.i::i 
c)iart«-r. <>f %i)ni-h tlu' <Ut«* 1« at IWrUn^rv-^ .iftirr^ul, »n thf l^ih •l.w "t\. «'il r.ilw. 111. 1*177. ha\m(f •ilit.iiiHii lu «-im*, )vi(i in^rn aiui c^^snt^^l 
t» <!i* l'.iiT«'\«. Ki>)i«rt Hanhilf, Atiani Wiinnrn*, anti Htilirrt •*tu 
<if \\ illi.iiu \li<.iitntin'. tt» Ii3\f aini )iol«i th«* «aniip tiunncr thr iih<»if Iiff nf 
t)ir .-ifi>n-*-.u4l AiTiu-* t«t )it r um', \«it)i n^^fr^^iMii jft«-r hrr <i«TraM' t<» h:m thr 
>aiii W ill..iin Hanliilf aiui hi^ )u ir« fi>r tit-r. \farlv \alur 16/i. Hj. |IW/ * 
Aii'it)u r ini|iii«iti<i:i t.iktii at (hti \v\* m ti«' itmiitv «if Sufft»lk 00 l*hur««ia\ 
iM*it )n ftirt- t)i« tf.i«t i'f tlif \{>o«tl«'« IVtiT aiiti r.iul. )n-f ifr Wiliiani A{'{>lf- 
\rrii. f«i)it.itiir iit' N<»rf«>lk aiui SiitT>>lk, th*i rilir^ )irr t<» )ia\r iiir«i «riKii t»f 

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a moiety of the manor of Kingeshall in Clopton, and contains this finding ; 
" et dicunt quod dicta medietas manerii de Kingeshall assignata fuit dicte 
Agneti in dotem, et quod dictum manerium est de tali tenura quod mulieres 
dehent dotari de medietate cjusdem mancrii ex consuetudinc, que consuetudo 
nsitata fuit a tempore cujus memoria non existit."* Another inquisition, 
taken at Shouldham, com. Norf. on Wednesday next after the feast of the 
Apostles Peter and Paul, 4th July, describes her to have died seized of the 
manore of Wermegay, Stow Bardolf, Fareswell manor in Fincham, Cante- 
ley, and Strumpshaw, with their appurtcnances, of the inheritance of Sir 
Thomas Bardolf, knight, son and heir of William Bardolf, chivaler, late 
the husband of the said Agnes, ex assignacione domini Ricardi nuper Regis 
Anglie secundi in cancellaria sua ; as also of the manor of North Rungton 
by grant of the feoffees named above, bearing date 20th March, llth Ric. 
II. 1388, and of a third part of thc manor of Castre in Flegg, near Yar- 
mouth, of which the reversion was bclonging to her second son, Sir William 
Bardolf, knight. The knight*s fees and advowsons in this county assigned 
to her are also set down, the latter comprising those of the priory of Wor- 
megay, and of the churches of Westbrigg, Wynberg, Garveston, Canteleye, 
and ^Jorth Rungton ; f and in Lincolnshire a third part of the manor of 
Rusking^on was also of her dower. 

* The name of Kingeshalle, attached to this manor, proves it to have been of ancient 
demesne, and probably a royal rcsidencc prior to the exchange at the time it wa» in the 
King*8 hands. 

f The priory of Wormegay, or Wermegay, waa of the ordcr of St. Augustin for Dlack 
Canons, and dedicated to the Virgin Mary, the Iloly Cross, and St. John the Evangelist, of 
the foundation of eithcrRcginald de Warren orof hia son William de Warren ; there being 
no existing record of its first cndo\nncnt, and totally omitte<l by Dugdalc in hw Monasticon. 
It stood in a close, opposite to the castlc of Wormcgay on thc lcft han<l as you cntcr thc vil- 
lage from the east, thc priory bcing on thc north sidc, an<l thc castle on thc south. Thc 
parish church of Wormcgay, dedicatc<l to St. Michael, stands ncar a milc cast of thc village, 
and had been appropriated to the priorj' from thc carlicst timcs. This parish is in the 
hundred of Clacklose and half, as is also West Briggs, which ailjoins it ; to thc church of 
which village, dedicatcd to St. Botolph, Sir Thomas Mortimcr presentcd John Walton in 
1397. Whinburgh is a parish in Mitford hun<lred an<l half, to thc church of which vil- 
lage Sir Thomas Mortimer presontcd J<ihn Fysshcr in 131*1, and the Kingin 1307, on the 
forfeiture of Sir Thomas Mortiincr. (larvcston, in tbc «imc, has its cburch dc<licatcd to 
St. Margaret, to which Sir Thonias Mortimcr prcstMitc<l John Salyng, alias Alger, in 13U2. 
and John Ncwman in 13!»2. Cantloy, a iKiri-h in BloficKl hun<Irc(l, hus its church undcr 

Cllii PRKrACR. 

Tlionu* l<<»rti lianlolf mailr |tr<Nif of hi« agr in thi* l*)th \eAr of 
Hir)i.irtl 11. 1**I*.H), ami ha«in;r ilinii* hiiiiiAirt* h\«'r\ nf thr |Hirti««ii of h.« 
iiih«-ritaiii (' iift a««ik;iH il iii «ltm«-r tn hi<» tinithiT. (hi th«* a««'f'*«i«»ii of 
|lrnr\ thr liHirth hr «•htuincil a «-«nitinnatKin i>f thr prant inji«)(* h% Kitj 
K«iviar(l th«* S<*«inii to Hni^rr I).iniMu>r\. «hi«h i« tn««'rt«<<i h> «av of Iti*;* ii' 
niiM on thr l*at('nt Unll it\' thc tir«t \iMr of hi« n'ii:Ti. |icirt 7. ni. 1^.'. «ith 
tlii« .itliiitiiiii oii thc (lart i»t thc n*t^'niii^' Mi\(ri-ii:n. ** N(i«. antf-m. rnrra-^. 
•ion«*m iircdii taiii ritaiii )i.iiM'nt«-« ct trratain. cain |tnt n«ihi« ri licn-ilihiit 
no«tri4. <|ii;iiitiiiii 111 ni»lii« c«t. ar« c|itaiiiii«. .i}t|tn»itBinii«, ratifiramii*. ar 
i)ilc«-tii rt ti>lcli ii<i»(ri> I hitftu* ilr Ilar(i<ilf. i (nt«uiiiriiinc«i rt hcn«li pn^ilirti 
Ui*u'*'ri. «t lirnilihiio tlc i nriHirc t|i«iii« ThtmH' «-Kiintihti*. iin(N*r(niitnni ronfir- 
nuiiiiii«, pritut httcn* |irc«lit tc niti<»iiahtlitcr tr^taiitnr . iLii tanirti «|uik1 «i {irr- 
fatti U*n;»*ro ^«1 ln rcilihim «ui« |Mr t|i«iiiii |ir«k.i\uni ii(i«truiii \«*1 hrn-«if« \rl 
»ti(tc«««trc« «iiiio ukIc |iartit*ulatiiii aiitc hcc trni{»(ira |ini\i«uin fut««rt,tun« «ir 
ili(-ti« «i-iitiiiii inanio aiinui^ taiitunt «)(vi<l.-it (|iMiituiii mirm Uo|r«*n' \rl 
)icn«lii>iio «ui*> |>«-r ip-iim |-riKi\uiii nii^tniin \«l )i«n*ii«*« «iitM. aut |«-r I>tmi> 
iiiiiii Uiiariluiii, iiiii-^-r Uc^riii \nirlic M-t'un«lutii |i«>«t ri>nr|iir4tiiin. {ini\i«um 
r\t«tiit, aiit |in-tatii I h«itii«* \cl «littM licn^tiii^ii* «iii# |irr n«»« \«'l )irrv«i« « iii>«* 
trii« {•nt\Miiiii fucfit 111 fittiinim. lii (itjii« n-i t«-«timotiitim ha« littcnit 
iitiotra^ ti-Ti fiitiiuM {Mtcnt^**. Tc^tc Uc^c a{iu<i \Vr«tm(ifia«tcnuni wiiii' 
«)i«' Maii aiMKi n-uMi> ii«'*tn {tnniit. |*cr )irc\c «Ir {»n\ato iiiffiUo ct {>ni \1* 
•iiji.ii^ «o!iit:« iii haiia(M ;;it.** 

NMi^A.ih^taiKliii'.' thi- .'iHitl wiU r\iiiif*«l )tv t)u« rimfirmation on thr {lart 
(if thi- i.« » •'.•\ir.i^Mi tMw.iril« rhniiia« I^tni lUrdolf. hr •uI»w)urntU 
«'iiilir.ii 1 «1 !h(- laii»!' nf tlic «>|i{Min« nt« «if )ii« ir«t\«*nKiirnt. hrin;* th«rv1o 
iitiliiii«l t)ir«Mi_'h }it> trn iiiU}ii;i ttir llciir\ I^arl of N<irthuml>«'rian«i. «ho 
«a« jii;ii««l \»i^h htui«« It a« oui-^T^t^iir nf )it« niiith«T « \»:I1. *I*hr fi>!lii«in|f 
{ia<>*.tk**' XI A I«:tir tnim t}i«- t-tiuni il a«lilrc*M<l t«> thc Kiii|r, in \ihi(h Xhry 
a(-lkip>\»'.i «l^c ti.c n • I ([-t iif t)ic Kiii;^ « litti-r«, liatcil at \V(>rrr«t«*r. ^th «Ut 

IIm *.*■'■• }.»;?' ■!•■••. t « I. < *« r T I n.** M> rt.i..' r | r>-^ 'i'.-! !'• *< r ^K Ktfrfi m I " ^! . »»4 
II. 1 1 ' xf\. ' it * .. .t-.l. f \^' •• 1 .ft 1. Kftr l .r. **.r \% i..i.«:i. lUr-l-.if. t-«>r Mww*4 
^ ti ' I . ' i .. i:.»'. r I • •■ : I J ..■. I »■»•■• N. rtf. K .' .:■ I-.. • |*ri*l. ir» Kf*** n4g9 
l. .' If 1 Li» '..' ,-" ' 1. 1 .!. t 1 ■ \:; *«*.!.•• t.. •:.. 1. \.;t..^ Iji i« |l»r! If { rv«viilf<| 
I » ■ . .. \! . . .'. r •. . » ■ i: .« f .-*. .«i : ,; • « .■!■ ?»■ • ■ f *:• •!•• • *•- f **if I ». '-^ W'.fliir^»r. 
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of May, 1405, contains the earliest notice of his defection : — << d*autre part, 
notre tres redoute et soverein scigncur, plese vous savoir que a la reception 
de les susdites voz lettres nous n*avions receu novelles autres que nous 
n^escrivlsmes devers vous pardevant ; mais tot aprez reportez nous estoit 
tant par aucuns du conseil de Monseigneur Johan, votrc fitz, come par 
aatres dignes de foy, coment le Sire de Bardolf se transporta privement ja 
tarde vers les parties du Northe, ses manoirs et places tout desolees et les 
biens et chateux d'iceux emportez, dount nous nous mcrvcillons grandcmcnt, 
pnisque, come nous pcnsons, il avoit en commandement de part vous dc soy 
transporter a present en vostre compagnie es parties de (jales pur ceste 
foiz." Thereupon the King moved towards the north, and when at Derby 
wrotc, on the 28th day of May following, to his council in these terms ; 
" Reverents peres en Dieu et treschiers et foiaulx. Nous vous salvons 
souvent, et pensons bien qu'il cst venuz ja tarde a votre notice commcnt le 
Conte de Northumberland, le Conte Marischal, ct le Sire de Bardolf, et 
antres de leur adhercntz es parties del Northc, se sont levez encontre nostre 
mageste roiale, et coment lc dit Conte Mareschal tient le champe ovec toute 
le povoir qu'il a et puet lever de notre peuple en le pays sur son chemyn, 
pluseurs maugre leur." Thc first assembly of the forces of the insurgents 
took place at Topcliff, Northallerton, and Cleaveland, under thcsc lcaders, 
Sir John Fauconberg, Sir Ualph Hastings, Sir John Fitz-Randolf, and Sir 
John Colvyle of the Dale, chivalers, who, prior to the date of this letter, 
had been routed and put to flight and made prisoners by the royal forces 
under Prince John of Lancaster, the Earl of Westmoreland, the Lord Fitz- 
hugh, and others. The ncxt assembly is that alluded to in the Kiug's 
letter under the Archbishop of York, the Earl Marshal and of Nottingham, 
Sir William Plumpton, Sir Uobert Lamplugh, and Sir Robcrt Persay, 
chivalers, at Shipton on the Moor, a hamlet in the parish of Overton, 
within the forest of Galtres, where, on the 29th day of May, these several 
leaders were made prisoners through treachery. Upon thc receipt of intel- 
ligence of this disaster, the Earl of Northumberland and Lord Bardolf 
retreated into Scotland, and before the scoond day of July the castles of 
Prudhoe and Warkworth had been yielded up to the King. For this mis- 
conduct, in thc Parliament begun at Westminster Ist March, 7 Hen. IV. 
1406, and finished at thc 5*ame place 2i2nd Dcc. 8 Hen. IV. Thomas 
Lord Bardolf, after divers summons to appear beforc the King, was on 


SjtimUv, tK«* fifth dav of I>t*r<*inbi*r, (irclaml to bc coQ\icir«l uC tn*««i>n, a* 
liriiiff l«*ainM*<l with llfiiry l-Jirl <>f N'orthunilM*rUiiti, ** rvti^Ant dr «a c«iv\tM 
aidt* rt r<>ii<«iMl.'* iii thi« fnmi — '* K «iir c«n>, ni«*«nM* Ir Mina<l\ rn U* <ljt |'ar* 
k^nx^nt. 1<*4 <litx ll<*nry (1<* IVrry <*t lli(jniafl Baniolf, •olrQi|nifQM*tit 
(lrni.iiiil(*f , nr \ icndr(>i«*nt, nr ^)\ n*ii(ir<>u*nt M»ltmc l«*t onlcnmnrr* ^•t {•n>- 
cUniutKMii Avaiit (litx ; «iir <jti<iy \c% <iitx S«*i|rn«*ufii Ti*ni|>on-U l<>r« 
t*«ti*antx cii nu*«iii<* lc Parl<in«'nt airar(lcn>tit qc U*« diti llriiry <ir l'<-r( \ 
na<l)r.ur4 (\>utit <lc NorthiiinlMTUiKl <*t Thonu* lUnlolf njuiirain Sm* <!•• 
lUnhtlf, |»ur c«*rtciii« tn*^>n« |>Ar cu\ faitx a m«*«iiM* n«*»trr S«riinMnir Ir \in\, 
riicontn* l<*ur li|r<'anc«*, c c^t a«M\(>ir. <*n taiit (|iic 1«*« <litx licnr\ <ic IVrry 
ct Thoniao Hardolf tin'iit U^n K«4*<>t/, <>n«fn%% <lti Kov, «-ntrrr U «illr notn* 
dit S*i^'iicur K* Uo\ dc lW*n»i(k. «-t in«-«nw* U villr ani«*r. ct rtitant (ju«' Ir 
dit ll«'nr> (1<* IVrcv. imt con««*ill dii dit Thonia^ lUniolf, onlcina «rt cihi- 
«tittia |>ar <m*< l<*ttn*% |>atciix <i<*M>iitz lc M*al <lc m*4 anm** crftrin« nr* aml>a«- 
Mtour« piir rotiiniiini-r tn*t<*r <*t r<mconirr <)v«*M|tir Ir tlit Itobrrt, nadirair* 
Kov <1'Kmm>««*,* ««t au\i o\i*c <^*rtcin« anil>as»at<mr« dr FrmiMr. m «ii^tmc* 
cioii iiotn* dit S*itrnciir lc Koy a lcur (MKiir «'t <1«* Mm Uotalmr <rKnirlrt«-rrr. 
rt au\i <*ntant <}<* !<*« <litx ll«*iir\ <lc lVn*\ «*t Th(mia« IWniulf frurrn! 
not<tin*tncnt adh<Tnntx <*t dc roiiM>il «*t covyn oT«*M|tir ir* K«c«iCf, ni«*ni\ • 
dti Hov, <*t (itiio o\fc lcA n>l>cll«*^ notn* dit S*iirnrtir Ir Hoy m (taU*^, rt 
pur di\<TM*« aiitn-« tn*«on« f.iit«*« cnc«>iitn* U |»«*rMmr iMiCrt* dil Sriirnmr Ir 

Hov p.\r l(-« <litx lli*iirv <ic IVrrv ^-t l'h<>ma4 lUrdolf. «*iir«mtrr hwr 

» • • • 

li|r«*aii<*«*. M>i«*tit coinirtx dc in«*%in«*^ li*« tn-«<m«. ctmM* traitoum a iMMrr dxt 
S-ifriictir 1<' Ho\. «'t (iuiU. cii ca^ ({triU |Hirroirnt <r«trr pri*. MMcDt tmorx, 
p<*ii(iux <'t di>roUc4 a U \oluntr notrt* (ht Sin* lc Hoy. Kt qiM* iMiCrr «iit 
S*i|rtM*ur lc Ho\ ait li forfaitun* dc toiitx lc« rhaAt4*ll«. Mnirnrurir», mani>iri, 
tcrn*v t«*n<'tii<'ntx, n-iitx, M*r\ict*% ft-i-n <*t a\o«*«<>n« «*t (|tM*]<*«>n«)iM*« autn*« 
p<>«*«*««ion« <*« (jii('ti\ li-« dit« ll(-tir\ dc |Vn-y rt Thotnat IUrd(4f, <m 
Tautrc d«* <u\, fun»ut oii futt «'nf«-lfi* oii m*ix«*x «'Ii f«*r-timplt*, »i bi«*Q rn 
d«*nic*ii<* otttM' <*n rr\(T*ion. 1«> «i^nu* joiir <i«* Ma). lan <ir rnrw noCnr diC 
S*ttrn«*iir 1«* Hi>y »i«tiu*. i»ti d«*|iii:*. «t dc toutx 1< « rha«t<*lU. Ar. r« <)iirtit 
aiitn*« ftir<»tit «'iift^^ i «<ii M-i««*f jiMtit ov«*c ini^. «m ratitrr dVni. <m autnr» 
Md<-ii><*iit. «1 l>i('ii <'n d<-u)i 011«' (•-tiMi' cn n-\«'mion. a r<acf« (ir« ditj llmrv dr 
|Vn \ <*t Thitnu« IUnl«ilf «ni ratitn* d Cii^. !•• dit M«nir j(mr d*' Mav. <m 

* K<»»'<i'n III. k>nff .tf H.<->(lanl. \t*^l .»n 1*^111 *«.in 1»«. ||h Af>nl. 14 -^ 


depuis* £t que notre dit Sire le Roy ait aoxi la forfoiture de toutz les 
biens et chateux, queux furent as ditz Henry de Percy et Thomas Bardolf, 
ou Tautre d*eux, le dit sisme jour de May, ou depuis." In the following 
year a servant of Lord Bardolf, named John, was taken with letters, and 
arrested and committed in charge to the Lord de Grey, in whose custody 
he remained from the 6th day of July up to the 20th day of February, for 
230 days. In this interval of time, early in the year 1408, the Earl and 
Lord Bardolf, deceived by false intelligence, entered Northumberland, and, 
having been joined by several of the adherents of the Earl, advanced 
forward into Yorkshire. At Thirsk they published a manifesto containing 
the reason of their being in arms, and at Knaresborough were joined by 
Sir Nicholas Tempest, whence they continued their route through Wetherby, 
over Bramham Moor, in the direction of Hazlewood, where they were en- 
oountered by the forces under the command of Sir Thomas Rokeby, sheriff 
of Yorkshire, whom they had supposed to be friendly to their cause.* On 
the field of battle, fought on the 19th day of February, Sunday next after 
the feast of St. Valentine, the Eiarl of Northumberland was slain, and Lord 
Bardolf so severely wounded that he expired beforc the midnight hour had 
passed, a prisoner in the hands of the victors. According to the sentence 
above recorded, the heads of these noblemen were scvered from their bodies, 
and the remaining portions of the headless trunks divided into four parts. 
On the Close Roll of the 9th year of Henry IV., under the heading " De 
capitibus et quarteriis Henrici Percy, nuper comitis Northumbrie, et 
domini de Bardolf, super pontem Londoniarum ponendis,'* we read as 
follows ; — 

• Thi8 i» the account fumished by the Scoti-chronicon of Fordun, who was apparently 
a beiiever in the report that Richard the Second wa» alive and then a fugitive in Scotland, 
aK he declares that many from England in those days fled from the court of Henry the 
Fourth and came into Scotland to King Richard, and among them Henry Percy the eider, 
with his grandson Henry the younger, the Lord Bardolf, and two WeUh biahops — 
namely, Griffin Bishop of Bangor, and David BLshop of St. Anaph, and the Abbot of 
Welbcck. He alao describes Sir Thomaa Rokeby erroneoualy as a certain Richard Rukby, 
a vasaal of the Earl of Northumberland, and hence a certain degree of discredit attaches 
to his story of the enterprise having been prompted by his treacherous advice. It is 
abflurd to suppose that King Henry IV. would have appointed any of the liegomen of the 
Elarl of Northumberland to the post of sheriif, whose treason dated from an earlier period 
than the year he was in oflice. 



** Rc*x virrcamitibiifi I^ondoniAniin, «ilut^m. PrenpiimH Tobi* finnitrr 
injuii|r«*iitr« «jutNi rapud Ilrnrici IVrrt nuprr romiti* Nnrthumbrir rt unum 
qturtiTiuin rorp«>ri« Thomr nupiT Domini dr IUutlolf« proditonim not- 
tronjm, rum rapud i*t <jiunrnum illud vubi^ rx pArtr noatrm hbrr^ia furrint. 
em »u|N*r |Nmtrin rivitatu prrdirte modo (jui> antr hrr trmporm in hujutmodi 
caiiu firri ronfuriit |Mmi fariatit. Tritr K[«irr] mpud Wrftmooaatrnum 
X* dir Marrii. |>rr brvTr dr privato •igillo. 

** Hrx Majori rt IWdhvi* rivitatin «ur linrolnir, MJutm. Prmpimu« 
Tobi* firmit4*r injunf^irt, qiiod rapud Thome nuprr Domini dr Iianli4f ri 
tinum quartrrium rorpon!i lltmrici Prrry nuprr comitis Northtmibrir pm- 
ditorum nontmnim, rum rmpud rt quartrrium illad rx partr no«trm lilirnita 
fiirrint, c*a in lori* civitatis pmiirtr, modo quo antr, iirr.'* (ut Mipra.) 

T\h* oihvr quarti*ni of thr Karl of Nonhumbrrland wrrr •rnt to York. 
Nrwraj»tlr-u|M>n-TviMS and I)rrwick-U|Mm*Twrrd ; and thfMe of l^rd lUr- 
dolf to York, Shrrwiburv. and t4> tlir town of Ljnn, io the Tictnitj of hi« 
cmstlr of \V«*niMijay. 

Th«* writA of ** di4*ni rlau^it cxtn*mum ** to the ■rTerml racbrmtorv to takr 
inquinitioii» an to thr Uniis hrld by Thomma limrdolf, chiTmlrr, brmr datr at 
Westniiuiitrr, lUHh «by of May, 9th llrn. IV. I40H; puruimnt to «hirh 
ont* «a» takrn at LittU* llailham, on Tur^tlay nrxt brfore tbc frmst of St. 
Matth4*w. Apofitlr aiid Kvanp^lint, IHth Srptrmber, brforp William ('U%yll, 
Kinp*« rfKhi-ator in thr rtMiiity of Ilrrtford, in «hich tbc prdi|rTrr i« 
drdur<*«i fnim th«> tiiiir of KiUani thr Fimt, and thr ratrr of thr «mid 
Th«mia« lUnlolf. iiam«>«l in th<* «rit, inU) thr mmnor of Wmttoo-mttA^Scofir 
ttmtft*<i. «ho haii i««ur a r«*n.-iin Annr. thrn thr wifr of Willimm CUfford, 
chrvaltT. an<l Joan. thrn the «if(* «>f WillUm Pht*lipp, mn«l cootinurd m hit 
ratatr an<i tM>«M*««ion of th«* »aid manor with its appurtmmncrm, until thr 
•mnM* «an ««•ixr«l into tht* haiid* of tlM* th«*n I<4>nl thr Kin|r byr thr judfnnmt 
pmaM*<i atfaiii«t thr afon*«mi«l Ili«>tius lUrdolf, rhivalrr, in thc Parlimmmt of 
thr «aid now Kin|;. Uirnn at Wr^tminttrr in thr levmth yrmr of hit rrtffn, 
mnd th«*n* chMrd in thr ri|rhth }rmr of hi« rriirn. llir jun>r« mlto fouiid 
thmt thr mforr«ai<i 'Hiomaa lUniolf, rhrvalrr, dird on SuncUv nrxt mftrr 
thr frant of St. Valrntinr U«t pait ;* and that thr mforr«mi«l Annr, mfrrd 

• Tli* ff«M i»f H| VaJrntin«> i^«if« «m lh«» fmrt#>riith ol KrlmiMy, mnI la iW y« 
1I<|« it «M «ft * TutfwU^. anil hrnr<r thr Hun<i»<i nrat alW «m lh# IVth «Uy ml 
F«t*niAn. tlM rtticnth caUptt«l« <i/ MArrh. m»4 ooI ih» mK^amd c»k«ik ni Mairh. m « 


Dineteen and more^ and the aforesaid Joan, aged eighteen and more, were his 
daughters and next heirs ; value of the manor 20 /t., and no other lands held 
bj him in that county. Another inquisition was taken at Uckfield, on 
Satnrday next after the feast of AU Saints, 10 Hen. IV. Srd Nov., before 
Robert Oxenbrugge, King's escheator in Sussex, on which the several 
tennres of the manors of Qarcomb and Plumpton are deduced in like 
manner, setting forth the fines and charters under which they were 
respectiyelj held by the deceased, and the names and ages of the heirs as 
above, which manors were held of Thomas Earl of Arundel, as of the 
barony of Lewes, by military service, both being worth forty marks 
yearly. A third was taken at Oxford, on the Ist Oct., 10 Henry IV, 
before Robert James, the escheator of that county, as to the manor of 
Holton, which was acquired under the grant of King Edward II., and 
which had been held by the deceased of the Prince of Wales, as of the 
honour of St. Valery, by the service of a rent of one penny yearly, and 
worth ten pounds. The inquisition as to the manor of Halloughton, com, 
Leic, was taken on Thursday next before the feast of St. Michael, 27th 
Sept., 9 Hen. IV. before Alvered Trussell, the King*s escheator, on which 
we have this finding : " dicunt super sacramentum suum quod Dominus 
Henricus, nuper Rex Anglie, Dux Normannie et Aquitanie et Comes 
Andegavie, per litteras suas patentes juratoribus predictis ostensas dedit 
maneriimi de Halloughton cum pertinentiis cuidam Thome Bardolf et here- 
dibus suis, qui exirent de corpore filie Radulfi Hanselyn, que quidem filia 
nominabatur Rosa, per nomen tocius terre que fuit de hereditate Radulfi 
Hanselyn, avi predicte filie, videlicet, illam terram, que fuit escacta prefati 
nuper Regis et sibi remansit donanda per judicium curie sue." From 
these parties, who held this manor by virtue of this gift, the pedigree is 
deduced as in the former inquisitions, and its value put down at fifteen 
marks. In like manner, upon thc inquisition taken at Shelford on Monday 
next after tbe feast of tbe Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 17th Sept. 1408, 
before Robert Twyford, escheator of the county of Nottingham, King 
Henry the Second is stated to have given the manors of Shelford and 
Stokebardolf to the same ancestor of the deceased, and from him the 

stands printcd in the Ipodigma NeustriiB of WalAingham, which error has been blindly 
foUowed by every modem writer, and doubtleee aroAe firom a miaconception that the 
Arabic number 11 waA tbe Roman numcral II. 


xlviii rnKrACK. 

iN*iliffn-«* i« di^iliuTti ti> thU Iftflt |MM«fl-^M>r« ami tbt* valiH* of tbi-M* iuai)ur« 
•t.iti*i) t«i lio :^t/i. 

lii t)i«' iiioiith of .\|»ril of thi« «anit* rrtrtuil \rar thr Kinir %i«-ltirt| t«* thr 
rr<|iit**t of th«* witloM «if Thonui* l.oni |iar«l(»if to alluKi th« brail aii(i \ti>tiy 
of hcr ill^fjtifl hii«liaii(l t«» 1m* uiti*m*«l. a« vii> U*ani fruiu thi« «*fitr% «>ii th^' 
Koll of l.«'tt«*r« l'iit«-ut. lu-a(l«il ** l>r ra|*it«* «-t «j(iartmi« «riirlii^iHli*." 

** H«'\ M.tiori vt VtniNittiitihu^ 1.4m(lonmnim. •alutcni. Stip{»h(-avit 
nohi* A^iria, «jur fiiit ii&or 'nioni*' iiu|irr l)<»miiu dr iWiniolf, iit «pIi in 
Atk i«* ('a|>ii(l «"t (-oq>u« «•ju^di-m Th(»iii«' ad ra in «arni ««'piiltiirm «r|M>h«-n(U 
rotKt-dcri* %«*liiiiu«, n«»« «iiiipliracioiii pn*<lictr annumtr* %ol>ii nuuKiaMiu* 
qiiod uiiiini (|uart«*riuni <'oqMiri« pn*<li('ti Thoiiir «upra |>«mtrm «-i\itati« 
prrdirt^* t\v mandito n<Mr(»nu|M-r ]H>«ituni, pr«*fatr A^irir, aut rju« attonijitii. 
hiM' hn->f luiMnjni *«d»i'» «U-frn-nti, h)M>n'ti« ««'pa-lit^tulum in fnnna prr«h(-t.i. 
T«**>t«* U(-L'«* Apud l'oiintrfn'\t tni. di«* Aprili*. fM*r i|»«um |{«ir**ni. ' « onini.iiid «.li ««•iit t(» tlir nta%or aiul liailiff» nf l.iiir«»hi to d* 1i\«t 
up tlic licnd u|Miii thr LMtr of tlicir <-it\ ; .1«. a)«o to thr ma%or ain) )>.iilitf« 
nf t)i«' tovhit of l.Miii . tt» t)ii' nia\or aiid •Iicriff* of thr rit% <if ^Ork ; ai.<l ?•! 

• • • 

thr liailifl'* (»f tlic Kiiiir'^ tii\Kn <if .Minvi^liury. to drli\rr up thr otlicr t:.n'«- 
f{« r« for intcniHHt. %iit)i t)u* Kint;'* tr«tc of tlir Mmr «latr. rhc )i* ad 
and )km)\ of ||cnr\ li-irl of N(»rthuin)icr).ind ncn* al««» «Irhvrn^^i mii f . r 
inti-nin-nt, pur<> to )«'tt«-r« |iAtcnt. |M*annff datr at \V«^ttntn«ti r 
011 \\.f Miond d.i\ of .hi1\ in t)ic «.iiii«* \car. In th«* f«»l)<i«inir \rar t)ir 
r).ittii« nf tlkc tMii )m<»l>.ii;d« (if t)ic d.iii;.')itcr« of 'll)onu« 1.4inl Hanlnlf. t» 
«* tlit- iidicrii.incr of t)ic 4tt.tiiittd )i.troti th«*tr fathrr. found fa\rMir «ii)i 
llic •o\i'rciirTi. a* \%«' )c.ini iVotn tlicN* unt«. 

*' llitirn iM 111 I ^T.itii Ki t Ai /!i'* «t I raiiru* rt l)«»niinu« llt)«* 
r.«i .\ct«<ri «i.<* in iniK '.itii l.iiii «ilnt«'. Mli.ti iii. (juia \Vi)l«')mu« fhrlivp. tjin 
Jtili.itti .11:-. uii.iiii til..irum t-t )irn«liini rtiotiK* iiu}H*r l)omini «ir llani*)f. 
dcfiiiKii. (|Mt df ni*l>i« t«-nuit 111 c.ipitc, du\it 111 tiYon-m, «iuit prrfat •ni 
Joii.iiiii.iiit plftic « t.itt« (-«•«'. ct |i«-tit a nti)ii* t«-rra« «"1 trn^^mrnta «|u«' «uiit •Ir 
h«n«litat** ^iia «iln nddi. {M*r ipUMl \oIiiii)ti« «puMl r.idcni .lohanna, qur in 
r.i«tro «ic Tjti rsiilc 111 «oiiiitatu |'n*«li(to iiat.i rt 111 rrrlc^u |kanM'hial) dr 
r.itir'>tl<- )i.t; ti/.ii.i fuit, ut «iii .*iir. ci.iti III •(latn pr«>ln t ««iram tr. l-.t hIt^* 
tiKi |<r< < i| iiiii.-, «1 iimI .hl iirt<i« liit III «t li>4*ti!r., i^iki^ .ti! )i«m- pro\idiri>. }>ri*. 
h.i< .<iii< rii ill.itti |H r >arr.iiiH :.t I tatii n.ilitiiiii (pMiii alfnitn prii)K»runi «t 
1« ^'.il.uiii !. • .: -.ii!ii 'li • ••ni.t.i!>i {>r(<;.i ti-. !•«-: ip.iM priilutii* uta rapi «-I 


▼eritas etatis predicte melius sdre poterit et inquiri, capias. £t proba- 
tioDem illam sic captam nobis in cancellaria nostra sub sigillo tuo et sigillis 
eorum per quos facta fuit sine dilatione mittas et hoc breve. Teste me 
ipeo apud Westmonasterium, xx° die Maii anno regni nostri decimo. (20th 
May, 1409)." 

" Henricus, &c. Quia Willelmus Clifford, chevaler, qui Annam, unam 
(nt supra, mutatis mutandis.) Teste, ut supra." 

Pursuant to these writs proofs of the age of these two daughters, of whom 
Anne was the eldest, were severally taken at Coningsby, an adjoining parish 
to Tattershall, in this form, as is set forth in the records retumed into the 

'' Probacio etatis Anne unius filiarum et hcredum Thome, nuper Domini 
de Bardolf defuncti, qui de Rege tenuit in capite, quem Willehnus Clifford, 
cheyaler, duxit in uxorem, capta apud Conyngesby in comitatu Lincolnie 
die veneris proximo post festum Corporis Christi anno regni Regis Henrici 
quarti decimo (7 June, 1409), coram Johanne Hcnegc Escaetore domini 
Regis in comitatu predicto, virtute brevis dicti domini Regis eidem escaetori 
directi et huic probationi consuti, per sacramentum duodecim juratorum 
subscriptorum et super etatem prefate Anne examinatorum ; vidclicet, 
Rogeri Kelke, etatis Ix annorum, pro se de etate prcfatc Anne examinati, 
qui dicit quod prefata Anna est etatis xix annorum et amplius. Requisitus 
qualiter hoc scit, dicit quod eadem Anna nata fuit in castro de Tatersale in 
comitatu predicto et in ecclesia parochiali ejusdem ville baptizata in festo 
nativitatis sancti Johannis Baptiste anno regni domini Ricardi, nuper Regis 
Anglie xiii*^; quo die idem Rogerus ibidem presens fuit et vidit quendam 
fontem de novo factum in dicta ecclesia, in quo fonte dicta Anna erat prima 
persona que baptizabatur postquam sic de novo factus fiiit, ut dicebatur, et 
sic de etate predicte Anne bene recolit et cognoscit. Willekni Taillour, 
etatis Ix annorum, ut premittitur examinati, qui dicit quod prefata Anna cst 
etatis xix annorum et amplius. Requisitus qualiter hoc scit, dicit quod ipse 
dicto die nativitatis et baptizacionis predicte Anne fiiit in ecclesia predicta et 
tenuit quendam cereum tempore predicte baptizacionis, ac etiam fecit vestes, 
quibus Avicia, mater dicte Anne, erat purificata et sic bene recolit et cognoscit 
de etate prefate Anne. Willelmi dc Kyme, etatis 1 annorum et amplius, 
Johannis Hughson, etatis 1 annorum et amplius, pro se separatim, ut pre- 
mittitur, examinatorum, qui dicunt quod predicta Anna est etatis xix annorum 


rC ftinpliui. Requittti qualit^ hor tctunt, dicunt qood dirta dir oAti^itAtit 
et lMi|>tiMri<mi« rjutdMn Annr Trh«*nimi pluvium cccidit, ita quod Aq*u 
ripfrif* d<* Bayn tubromit totum bt*rb«inum ei virinum, ita quod fmum 
indr farturo fuit dr anma plenum, prr qucjd ipit dt Hatf» prMiict» Annr broc 
rrcolunt ct cofnioM^unL Robrrti Miloc, ctatii I aimoruiii, «*t Johantir« 
C*olr, ctatis iliii annoruro, pro ir, ut pmnittitur, •rparmtim eimminatonim, 
qui dirunt quod dicta Anna rtt rtatit lii annonim et amplitia. Rrquttiti 
qiulitrr hoc «ciunt, dicunt qu<Ml dicto dir itatiTitatit et baptiaacioQta prrdictr 
Annr ip<ii halMirrunt hrrbairium ti. acraruro prmti fakatum drportatum rum 
fluminr aqtir, qur rrciiiit rodrm dir, rt lic ipfti dr rtatr pn4atr Annr bror 
rrrolunt rt cofrno«cunt. Johaiinifl Colr rtati* liiii anoorum rt Rieardi liol- 
brck, rtatif Wi annorum, pro ir, ut pnHiicturo rat. riaminat^nnini^ qui dicunt 
quod pn*«iicta Anna r«t rtatis lii annorum rt ampliut. Reqtiimti qualitrr 
hoc ftciunt, dicunt quod ip«i dict^i dir natiTitatii et baptiiaciopifl prrdictr 
Anitr ftM*runt in rccl<»»ia prrdicta rt Tidrrunt qumdam capellanum de no«o 
c(mM*« rarv aquain fontift, in qua dicta Anna erat baptisata* per quod dr 
etatr pn*dirtr Annr iMtir rvcolunt rt cofrnoflcimt. llioaie .\leTO, rtatit 
I aniiiintni, ct RotM*rti (MMit, rtatifl ihii annorum, pro te, ut prmuttitur, 
peparatini riamiiialonim qui dirunl qucMi prrdicta Anna rat lii annoruin rt 
ani|>liu«. RrtjuiMti qiulilrr hoc flciunt, dicunt quod ipfi die nati%itatit et 
bapti<aA*ioni« pnilirtr .\nnr prrMmalitrr intrrfueniot ad eitiomieodiim 
qii«n<i.iin i>rn'*tn. |>cr qurro qiutiaro doroufl Alani Srrjeoiit de CooTOfrrflbj 
a|Hi<i (*oii\n|n*«by rrat ronil»u«ta. |mt qiHMi ipfli «ir rtate predicte Anor beoe 
rrcoluiit rt ro)fni>«runt. llioim* llufrhflon, etatifl I aooontm, pro ae nanu- 
nati. i|ui (hrit quiMl pn*fata .\nna f*flt rtatifl lii aiinorum et ampliufl. Re- 
qui«itU4 ijualitrr lior flcit, dirit qiuMl ipcr dicto die oati\itatifl et baptiaaciooia 
prrtlirtt* .\iinr liutit unum taunim fliUrvtrrm in uoo capiftro de charm de 
Tatrr^alr Trniii» donium •tum, qui ip«um traiit frrr u«qiie ad morlmi, per 
quiMi ilr i*tatr prrtlirtr Annr iMmr recolit rt cvifrooflcit. liufrooifl (toutirbir, 
etatM U annoruni, pn> te r\aininati, qtir dicit qiiod prefata .\ona eat rtatit 
%'\\ annorum rt anipliu«. Rt^uititut qtulitrr hoc flctt, dicit qood dicto dae 
nati\itatit H Iwiptitacioni^ pmhctr Annr, Raduifut (*roiDe«ell, «Tut ipfliiu 
.\nii«% pn*ci*pit pn<fato llu|n>ni aii tunc rrcrptori fluo, qiMMi darrt «>bttetrKi, 
nuiK tAnti «n dr partu Annr vtfrinti tolidoa, prr quiMi iptr de etatr predicte 
.\nn«> lirtir nn^olit rt cofrniwit. In cujufl rrt trfltimimtiro prrdicti jttnitom 
pn^titut tiirilU tua appotiirniut. l>atum dic rt loco tupradicto. 


Probatio etatis Johanne, unius filiarum et heredum Thome domine de 
Bardolf defuncti, qui de Rege tenuit in capite, quem Willelmus Phelipp 
duxit in uxorem, apud Conyngesby in comitatu Lincolnie die Sabbati prox- 
imo post festum Corporis Cbristi, anno regni Regis Henrici quarti decimo, 
coram Johanne Henege, &c, per sacramentum juratorum subscriptorum, et 
super etatem predicte Johanne pro se separatim examinatorum ; videlicet, 
Johanms Derby, etatis Ix annorum, pro se de etate predicte Johanne exa- 
minati ; qui dicit quod prefata Johanna nata fiiit in castro de Tatersale in 
comitatu predicto et in ecclesia parochiali de Tatersale baptizata in festo 
sancti Mardni in hyeme, anno regni Domini Ricardi nuper R^s Anglie 
xiiii. Requisitus qualiter hoc noscit, dicit quod ipse fuit in ecclesia pre- 
dicta tempore baptizacionis predicte Johanne et vidit eam de sacro fonte 
levari et providebat eidem Johanne quandam nutricem, que dictam Johannam 
in domo ipsius Johannis nutrivit, quousque dicta Johanna ablactata fuit, per 
quod bene noscit dictam Johannam esse etatis xviii annorum et amplius. 
Johannis Gerdon, etatis Ixiiii annorum, ut premittitur, examinati, qui dicit 
quod dicta Johanna est etatis xviii annorum et amplius. Requisitus qualiter 
hoc scit, dicit quod ipse fuit in predicta ecclesia eodem die, quo predicta 
Johanna fuit uata et baptizata, et vidit eam de sacro fonte levari et habuit 
quendam filium, nomine Willelmum, qui eodem die moriebatur, per quod de 
etate prefate Johanne bene recolit et cognoscit. Willehni Smyth, etatis 
xliii annorum, ut premittitur, examinati, qui dicit quod dicta Johanna est 
etatis xviii annorum et amplius, ac nata et baptizata fuit die, loco, et anno 
supradictis. Requisitus qualiter hoc uoscit, dicit quod ipse fuit in ecclesia 
predicta tempore baptizacionis ipsius Johanne et vidit eam levari, et eundo 
versus domum suam cecidit et brachium suum sinistrum fregit, per quod de 
etate prefate Johanne bene recolit et cognoscit. Willehni Goudeby, etatis 
xlii annorum, ut premittitur, examinati, qui dicit quod dicta Johanna, &c. 
(ut proximo supra). Requisitus qualiter hoc noscit, dicit quod ipse per- 
quisivit unum tenementum cum pertinentiis in Tatersale de quodam Wil- 
leUno Forster, qui quidem Willelmus Forster ipsum de tenemento predicto 
dictis die et anno per cartam suam feoffavit et saisivit, per cujus carte datam 
de etate prefate Johanne bene recolit et cognoscit. Thome Smyth, etatb 
1 annorum, ut premittitur, examinati, qui dicit quod predicta Johanna nata 
fuit et baptizata in castro et ecclesia predictis die et anno supradictis, et est 
etatis xviii annorum et amplius. Requisitus qualiter hoc noscit, dicit quod 

clii ruw.WACw,. 

RfihiTtu* SmTth, |Mitrr mn% mortitui •rfmUu* fuit io errlniiA pmSirtA dtr 
H anno MipnMiirti^ vt vidit r«ro lKi(ititmn, piT qucxl <ir t-lMr prrdictr Johannr 
brfir nvoht i*t i*<i|rncMcit. Uobrrti Wnkf^htr, rtatit I anoorum, ut pn^mit- 
titur. rtaniiiuti. (|ui dirit (|uod prrfata Johanna nata fuil rt bttpUtait in rantro 
ti rrrli*«ui prrdirti* dir rt antio «upradirtit, rt r%\ rtatia iviit annonnn «'t 
amphii«. Ur<|ui«itii« (|ualitrr hoc «rit, dirit (|uod ip«r fuit in r^lrvu prr. 
dirta iiirti« di«* «*t anno, H optuht pn> aninia prrdicti Uobrrti Sm^th ad tniir 
■rpulti ihidrm. vl %idit di(^am Jtihannam d«* Mcm fontr lrvah«prr (|a<M|, \(*. 
Johaniii« Sk\niirr, ««tati^ iliiii annorum, iit prrmittitor, riaminati, qui dicit, 
4rc. ( iit •iipra ). Ut^tpiivitu*! (pialiti«r h^K* nonnt, dicit qiiod ipar dirtu dir 
rt aiino halmit (|tirnilani tilium, iKMiiinr Juhannrm, natitm, (|ui ad f«*«tuni 
■anrti Martini ultinio pr^*trntum fiiit <*tatt« tTiii annonim, prr quod, Ar. 
Thoni(*(tillM*rt.(*tati4 \Uiii anm^nim, tit prrmittitur, rtamtoati. qiti dicit, &r. 
(ut «upm ). ^«'«luiiituf qiulitrr h<ic no4cit, dicit quod ip«e %idit diciam 
Johaiitiaiii d«* <icni font4* Wvari in rccl«>«ia prrdirta* rl oplulit io dicta rcclrftia 
dicti« di«> <*t anno pn» anima prcdicti Uobrrti Smytb mortui rl ad tuiu* 
ibidnn M*{mlti. p«»r quod, &c. Willrlmi |-*niunki«h, rUlit 1 annoruai, Ac. ut 
Wipra. Ur(jui)iitu«. 5rr. dicit quod ip«r in radrm ccclrtia prrdictit dir H 
onno d(*«|Minfta\ it Mar)nin»tam u&orrm Miam. «*t \idit diclAm Johannam l>ap. 
litan. |N*r qu<Mi. ilc. Joh.innit lloldt*n. rtatit iWiii annurum, Johaunit 
Taillor, <-tatiit 1 annonim. pro m» ■rpanitim,ut prrdictiim rd, rxaminatoruoi, 
qui «liriuit qiKMi diita Johaiiiia nata fuit «-t luiptittla, Ac. Urqui«iti, Ar. 
diciiiit qiKMl ip«i int«*rfiirrunt (tini pn*«licto Willrlmo Frmunkifth, quaodo 
dictu« \ViU«*liuuf dt*«]M»n«a%it Marvan^iaiii, uiorrm •uom« in rcclrvia prr- 
dicta, ct %id<*nuil dirtani Johannain dr «acro fontr Irvari, prr quod, Ke, 
UolM*rti llotiyn^ton. «-tati« 1 annonim, A'c. U«*qui»itus Stc. dicit quod ipir 
fuit 111 rfrlc^ia pn*dirta dictit dir rt aiiiio. rt %idit rom dr «arro foiitr Irt an, 
H t4*ntiit (jurndani (*i*rruni anirntrm tnn|Mir« haptitacicmtt ipftiita Johanor, 
prr «{ihmI dr rtatr pn*fair Joluniir )M'nr nHTolit rt rofniofkctt. lo cujus Ar. 
Datiini dir rt 1(m-o »upradi< tit." 

Fnmi th<^* rrcord« we l(*am that Thoma« Lord Uardolf had rrtidrd ai 
thr <-A«tlr of Tattrr^l «uli^timt to thr timr of hu mama|r« «ith hit 
fathrr-in-law. Ualph I«oni l'romw«*U. and that thr «nlY ituir had brro thrar 
two dauirhtrr«, Annr, bom :i4lh «jf Juor, 13 Uich. II. I3M9, aod Joan. 
bom l^fth Nov. \4 Uich. II. 1390, wirrt, prior to hu dc«rue* of .Sr Wil* 
liom iMifford. koight, and WiUiam l^brlipp, of Dnmiofrtoci» io the himdfvd 



of Hoxne, Suffolk. As their father only attained his majority in the former 
year, his death will have occurred in the twenty-eighth year of his age. 
Prior to this restitution the honour of Wennegay had heen granted to 
Thomas Beaufort, the King's hrother, created Duke of Exeter, 18 Nov. 
1416, Bradwell to John, the King's son, the manor of Berling to Joan. 
Queen of England, his consort, and others in Norfolk, Suffolk, and Sussex, 
to Sir William Bardolf, knight, brother of the attainted Lord Bardolf, for 
the terms of their lives only, with reversion to the King and his heirs. 
The remaining portion of these forfeited lands, with the reversion of such 
as had been granted, were, by letters patent, dated at Westminster, 19th 
day of July, 9 Henry IV. 1408, confirmed to Sir William Clifford, knight, 
and Anne his wife, and to William Phelipp and Joan his wife, for the whole 
of their lives, and the life of the longer liver, and to the heirs issuing of 
their bodies, with reversion in default of issue to the King and his heirs. 
Sir William Clifford, knight, was second son of Rogcr Lord Clifford of 
Westmoreland, younger brother of Thomas Lord Clifford, and had been 
govemor of Alnwick Castle, which he surrendered to the King after the 
flight of the Earl of Northumberland into Scotland, as also of Berwick, and 
Fastcastle in Wales, on behalf of the same Earl and his son Henry Percy. 
In the 4 Henry V. 1417, he was constable of Bordeaux, but was deceased 
without issue on Friday, the Feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed 
Virgin, 25 March, 1418, and on the inquisitions subsequent to his decease 
his heir was found to be John Lord Clifford, namely, son of Thomas Clif- 
ford, brother of the aforesaid William, then of the age of twenty-six years 
and upwards. Pursuant to a writ with the teste of John Duke of Bedford, 
Guardian of England, at Westminster, 28th Oct., 6th Hen. V., 1418, an 
inquisition was taken at Navenby before John Henege, the King*s escheator 
m Lincolnshire, on Monday, in the fifth week of Lent, 3rd April, 7th Hen. 
V. 1419, which describes him to have held on the day of his decease, con- 
jointly with Anne late wife of him William Clifford, William Phelipp che- 
valer, and Joan his wife, still surviving, the manor of Cathorpe, together 
with the vills of Frieston, Normanton, Sudbroke, Wolughby, and a moiety 
of Ancaster, as also the manor of Westborough, together with the vills of 
Doddington and Stubton, and the knight*s fees and advowsons belonging 
to the same, of the gift and concession of the lord Henry late King of 
England, father of the lord the now King, to the aforesaid William Clifford, 

CAMD. 80C. X 

cUt pmfacb. 

AotM> and Willuiin fhrlipp and Juan. ftir thr «hdlr life of thr «imr, iup. of 
thr oii«* tif th«'m thi* hmirrvt liv«*r, an<l U* Hiiir hrirt i««uin|( fif thrir bo«lM*«, 
•o if it nhmiM hAppi*n that th«* aforrwitl |Mirtir» ilir «ithiMit is«ur of 
thrir ImmImhi* that thrn thr Afon*^i«i manor^, Sic^ mrrt to r«*trrt mtir«*U to 
thr afon*«ai«i loni t)M* Kinff and hi« hrim, Acconlinir to thr tmor of thr 
Ix»ttrn PatAMit tlM*rr<if madr. Al«<» that thr «aid Williaro Chflbni haii h«-l<l, 
oa thr day of hi« <irc«*aM, two |»art« of th«> manor of CarlHoQ in Kr«tr«m« 
aud thr n*vrniion of thr thinl |art of thr »anir mauor aflrr thr drrraM* of 
Marp*r}', «ho had h(*«-n thr Kiifr of St«*phrn Scropr, «hich tbr h«*l<i in 
do«rr f<ir thr trrm of hrr hfr, of thr |fifk and conrr«MOfi of thr l<»rd thr 
Dow Ktnfr madr to thr «anM* William Chtrord and thr hrtrt malr iuuinff 
froni hi» body, thr rr%rnion thrmif for default of luch hrin brlonfnn^ to 
thr «auM* Kiufr an<l hi« hrin, a<*i'onlinfr to th«* tmor of thr Kiii|r*t Ijrtum 
Pat«»nl.* 'Hk* ii«*%rral y«*arlr TaliM-^ of th«*ir tA*nun*« arr put du«n «a fol- 
\omn : (*a\th<iqi«*. Titl nurk«. W«*«tboroufrh. h«*ld of thr Kin|r as parcr) <»f thr 
Uanmv of Sh<*lford in N<»ttinsrhami»hin*, 12 /i. i2#.,aiKi thr t«o p«rtii of thr 
liuin<»r tif ('arlrtt»n at li /i5. ; b«*in;; all thiit hr had hrtd in tbu county. 
•• Kt duunt (jikn) pn*(ii(*tu4 WilU*lniu« ('liiTord «»biit uor lirrrdr de corporr 
iuo «•itnintr dii' Vi>iHTi« in ft*^t<» .Vnnunriationi* brfttr Marir V'ir|rim» anno 
rvirni di<*ti <l<»niiiii l(«*iri« nunr M*ito, «*t ()uo«i Johannrt dominut dr ('liff<ird 
f^t ci>n^iiiuniin<'ii« «*t hrn*« pn»pin<|ui<»r dicti Willrlmi (*lii<ini« tidrlirrt, 
filiu« Ihnnu* (liffitn) frati* pntiirti Wdl«*lmi, «*t mt «*tatis vi|rinti rt «n inno» 
nim <*t aiir,iliu«." Pur«tuiit t<> a M*c(»n«i wnt «ith thr aamr tr«tr at Wr«t- 
min«t«T. ilth |-'<-h. 1419. aii in<|ui«iti<»n wa* tak«-n at Nottinirlum, brforv 
lVt«T IN*1** <*«« )M*at<»r (»f thr i<»uiiti«*« <»f Nottinfrhiim aiMi l)rrby, on .Satur- 
daT in r.ji«t(*r ««i*k. *J:itu{ .\pnl, Kihi<'h <lr«cnU*« him to ha«r brld nothinir 
cith«*r of thr KiniT orany otir rl«<* in Nottinirham«hirr. Tbr maoon oi 
Shrlfonl aiiii St •k«* lianlolf. rimi. N«»tt«. thr manor of lialiouchtoo cocn. 
Ix^c. an<l Hirlinir (*<>ni. Su««<*% hod lM*rn (rrantrd by Ktn|r limrT IV. by hi« 
Lrtt« r» 1'atrnt U*ann)r datr ilKh AiifruAt, 6th yr«r (jf hu nrt|rii« 14(XS, to 

* Muv^r; Ijft-1« H«r«>f^ «m lh«> «i<li>« *tt Himfhim Srrof»*, %»<vm*l IWnKi Arfop* o# 

Itmp. thirl l^>rl *v-r*.|.# •'( M**lbAm. «m l>«>hrtt.|«.l ^^th .\ujpMl. 3 !!«•. V. II 11. m4 
•tt*ii»t«-l. IKi* m*ni'r. •h.ih \us no* th** fuuD»# ul <'*rlti'(i Mrruup. m m thtt h«»4f««l o# 
L««»-lrn. %A>I «ill liA«r 1^«« thu* jrrmntr.1 «»at t; th« Kittg ftlUr it Im4 tum» lato hm 
bj Ih* farfntur* cu«MW«|tt«tit uf^M th» 


*<his mo8t dear consort Joan, Queen of England," after the attainder of 
Thomas Lord Bardolf, to hold for the term of her life in part of the deduc- 
tion of 10,000 marks annually by him granted to his same consort in lieu 
of her dower, and hence the reversion was all that these parties then had 
until her decease at Havering in the Bower in Essex, on the lOth daj of 
Julj, 15 Hen. VI. 1237. In like manner the honour and manor of Wor- 
megay, together with Stowe-Bardolf, North Rungton, and Fareswell manor 
in Fyncham had been granted by Henry IV. to Thomas Beaufort, Duke of 
Exeter, and to the heirs of his body, who died without issue 27th Dec. 
1426, when they reverted to the then King. 

During the time of Henry the Fiflh, Avicia, Lady Bardolf, was also 
deceased on the first day of July, in the ninth year of his reign, 1421, 
wherefore, pursuant to a writ with the teste of John Duke of Bedford, 
Guardian of England, at Westminster, Ist Oct. following, an inquisition 
was taken before William de Loxham, the escheator of Norfolk and Suf- 
folk, at Bungay in the last named county, on Tuesday, the feast of the 
Apostles St. Simon and Jude, 28th Oct. 1421, which describes her to 
have died seized of the manor in llketishale, called Bardolfes-Hall, held of 
the King in chief by the service of half a knight*s fee, and other tenements 
in the same vill, called Mendham Fee, held of the Earl Marshal, John de 
Mowbray, and embodies this finding of the jurors as to her heirs ; " Dicunt 
quod predicta Avicia obiit primo die Julii ultimo preterito, et quod Anna 
nuper uxor Willelrai Clifford militis defuncti, et Johanna nunc uxor Wil- 
lelmi Phelipp militis, filie dicte Avicie, sunt heredes ejusdem Avicie propin- 

The family of Phelipp was seated at Dennington, a parish in the hundred 
of Hoxne, com. Suffolk, and Sir William Phelipp, knight, and Juliana, his 
wife, daughter of Sir Robert Erpingham of Erpingham in the hundred of 
South Erpingham, com. Norf. by deed, in the year 1387, settled the manor 
of Colby, a parish adjacent to Erpingham, on Sir Simon Felbrigg, knight, 
for the term of the life of the said Juliana, which had doubtless been 
assigned to her in frankmarriage. The issue of this marriage were two 
sons and a daughter, Sir William named above, bom in 1383, Sir John 
Phelipp, knight, deceased at Harfleur on thc second day of September, 
3 Hen. V. from the effects of dysentery, which committed such ravaget 

clvi rRBrACB. 

amonit the forcrt pmrious to thcir jotinM*y towanlft (*aUii«* and Kathaniir. 
wifi* (if Sir An<in*« Ikitrlcr, kmirht, «-««-hvatur of th«* countir* of Norfulk 

* Hir Juliii rhrti|'|i. kniiclit. ImiI m Iim rrtiou<> iKirt; mm ai «nm •»•! miM4« u^-U^n, 
aimI, fn>iit Aii in<4UiiitH>fi takrii ^lirr thr tlt-i ••A«r «if Sir DKimM ^lr|*in|{:ftAni. k (t l.w 
unrlr, At KAmnir i«*n. i-<4n. iU-rkt. Hth «tf Ju!v 1(*^. l-«-f-rr IlH-niA* KiiCh««n. thr Kjt.^*'» 
fl«rh««t"r. M !•• hi« Irnur^ ««f thr nian«>r mi. t<«itl« «-allr«| Wiirth. «n*! t)»rii iliii>ic«l int.' tlr 
mantirv uf W^^lrlrt Anil \ISkinc>«h*ni «ht«h li*il \*^n $^^rn !•« KinK l'^l*»rl lii \y 
bM Irttrrv |«t»nt. <Utr.l 1 »'> A|nl. Aftirth }rmi ••f hit m(n. l.tT<f. Iw !%ir (nlUrt 1*1' «4. 
rhifalrr. «Irrrmartl, If ihr luunr «if Ciiil«rt FftlU;!, t»i t MtU KM-|i*rtl, ^!M|Uirv. M>-1 |.*«1 
•■rhrAti'*! !•> Ihr ( r«>»ii \'} rvAfcin «•f thr tlri-«M>- *•{ KM-lfcar*l «ir iVail mcx. • hii»irr. « .lt.-.<ut 
ISMir u( hl« li«>«li. tu h«4«l t'f him «ImI tlir hrtrt llkAlr uf hl* l^mly , altrr •h«Mr «IrarM*. h.t 
fi|il(>« MAr)C»r«-t lui«l ilotftrr MBii(iir«l |«i hrr in thr ftAmr. thr mrr*»*in of «hirh. «n-l \i r 
rr«i'lur «if Ihr Miiir man«ir«. }kM»t «ixi.r int«t thr KinK*i liAmlt h« thr «Irrr—r c>f K»-K»r-1 
Tall>ot. Mtn an*l hnr of Ihr «Amr *«ir <ftll>rrt, m «rll m <>f thr U- rvmi-l (tiltirrl. «iiK- %! 
mur lUAlr, Aii<l ha<l l>rrn ici**'^ \>j \\*'nr% V. Utr liinc «>f KmcUn*!, h« hw Irttrn |«irtii, 
«Utr.1 !•• N..i«ml>rr. Artt yr^r ••f hi« mtfn. lll.t, If hi« l>rU>«r<l *a«1 Uillifui kni^l.t *«ir 
'Ihi-iika* Kr]itii;l. tm, U>r th> («-rtit < f hit .if**. | «r |. .irri tliAl Sir J. hn l*lirti|i|>, mn-l \|k!i. ia 
h» «ifr. h.»4 ihr n ««-rki«>n «>f tl.r unir n-Ati«-r« af rr lu* •ir«rm*r. l«> th«ni fnr th* .r t.<r« «r. 1 
tt» thr lii-im *'f thr Uali <>f Nir J«<hn l*ltrli|i|>, > f thr icrant oC thr nmr Kiug , mt» l 1' «t 
ti|fn thrtr «lfN-^a»i> «ith<iut Mur. thr Kini;. !•« hit lrt|rr« |i*lrQt «iUnl * |K<r«-mt«r. ll..r t 
«mr uf lui micn. 111'', icrmnt#«l thr t*i«| rr«rrt|««n. Afirr thr lirrraar i>f H.r Tlr4i.M Ir 
|Mnv:hAtii aml th** I.a<1« M*ncarrt TaiUil, t4i hi» l>rl<i«r«l au«1 faitliful kaiic^l M illum 1* r^.^r, 
t«> li.iM tii liiiii «ifi hi« hrtr^ n»Al«- Thr in<|uuitMn lia* h.m* tl.i» tVmlmK m» Iu ihr •l««r«ir 
I f tlt.- vti 1 ;<-:i.»iit fi>r lifr tn.l hit hrir "(^u>"l |>rr.lM lut lh*'ii*At ^>|f«njcK*m, mi»r», .J ,,t 
tl.r •liiiiii.t. a I ni«iniA |mi«I fa^tuin NAti«tt*lu ^«ri«-ti J^>h*ni.w |W| iNlr ultinHt i.r^tvr-.tum 
(.T Jtiti 11.'** I ri i|u«»l rv-lrtti «luf |«rtr« mjin»n«»ruiii |>rr»lHit«rum «*lrtit |^r Annum m 
uiiiiuSut riiti^ut it iikftn-A«. rt «|U.i*l W|ltrliuut l*li. Ii|*|>. mil«t, ral r«MMnn^inn«t r| h«r«« 
<jt«« I r I iti |iti>>r, ii-lrlii«t. fiiiut JuliAnr ti.n r.t «li- (i Ihi.utr, rt «^ rtftlat <|UA«tr»cii.tA 

Bli!>. rui.i « t AII ) liU« " Ml thr ll|<|Ut«t(l«'tlt tJik« II *f.* r thr i|i 11—1 i f **ir J<-li.n l*brij|.lt. 
klti^Kt |> .*« ttnt !■■ »rtl> «itli ihr t«-«l«' of J.>h{i l>'ik«- «f |lr«lftinl. (tuAnli..*ii •( Kria;^u-1, 
•t U •••::i. ••!. r. Ml. l)« t. »«r. :i II. n. V U>. m. l.-^ru tl.At H.r WiUumi P».«I.i| kf-.»-l.t. 
Ih.>fiij* 4 ) kii • r •«,iirr «ifl I (hrrt. h* 1 rTifr«tffr«| N,r J>-hn fhritiii kmcht An i \1*«« 
liit «.fi . Aii, i (li« l.rir» iMuiM^ «tf thi ir l^lir«, in tlir tr«rr*l m*iM»n of tl«r inhrrttftnr» «# 
lh«>n.*« ( h4it'-« r. thr fAtlirr <>f tli«- «ai-I ,\«M-r, «imI r»« h r«iiL*tn« thw Ati.linjc m i<i tl.c .L»y 
I f I 1« <!i-« t &•■ .»ril l!i« Mii* ' f liii l.t ir. aii.1. *• l>riii|{ «.f r^rlirr .Utr tlk*n th« . nr < itr.t *)«^««, 
tt:.- •t*t«tii<-iit *t ti» jic* •* '!■ t (>•'«■ •'*'rTr«l . " (^ux^ |irr Itatut J. I.*iii.«^ l'l'«!i|-|i .■* ut !*r 
M«ri<.ir.. I r> tiin • «-.!•- fiV-in. '^&i,. (• I i.lit \ incmt* ultiui«> |n(' r:tu>ii, rC .^u.bI M i>>imb« 
l'h> . ) |> fr.k*i r •ii- 1. J !■«' :>.«. r«t r u« h<-n« pn-i^in^iui' r. r( > tAlw • t«i *nn. r^.-ii «f »in| iiu» ^ 
lUft 1«« tl.i ii.»ii' r^ ).i ! i t 1 li.iti lu ri|{l.t i<f hit «if*-. th*- i-4l>«r l-nti- n« ««ti«.*sr-l «.f ^# 
f«i('-l Un 1« UIi..M-t; |«i ihr ftt;aii.U«l llcur^ Ijonl N-n-|r uf ^^-Snr-, hifi iW 


and Suffolk in 1 Hen. V. 1413. Sir William Phelipp was also engaged 
in the same expedition ; and on the roll of the names of those that were 
with the excellent prince, King Henry the Fifth, at the " Battell of Agin- 
court," on Friday the 25th day of Octoher, in the year of the Lord 1415, 
and in the third year of his reign, that of " Sir William Phelipe, with his 
retenu, Thomas Holwyscont, William Gode, John Bamard, Thomas Poley, 
Robert Hemnale, Jacob Denys, William Kemston, Lances viii. and 
Archers xxix" is inscribed. Agaiu, in 1419 he was serving with the army 
in France, and was appointed a commissioner to treat of peace, together 
with Sir John Tiptoft. In reward of his services he was elected a Knight 
of the Garter in his absence, and by proxy installed in the place of Sir John 
Blount, chivaler, slain before Rouen, early in the month ef November, 
1418, in the course of that year. In 9 Hen. V. 1421-2, he was Captain of 
Harfleur, and subsequently Treasurer of the Household ; by virtue of which 
office he had the chief conduct of the funeral of that illustrious monarch 
and charge of his efifects afler his decease. 

In the following reign, 8 Hen. VI., 1430, he was retained to serve the 
king with nineteeu men-at-arms, besides himself, and sixty archers, for one 
whole year, in the wars of France ; and by letters patent, with the teste 
of Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, Guardian of England, at Wye, in Kent, 
24th April, he was appointed, along with the Bishops of Ely and Bath 
and Wells, Sirs John Tiptofb, Lewis Robessart, John Montgomery, John 
Steuard, Robert Shotcsbroke, and Ralph Boteler, knights, and others, to 
review the troops which were then about to cross the sea towards the realm 
of France, under the royal banner. On his retum from abroad he was 
admitted of the privy council, and, as we leam from an entry on the Roll 
of Parliament, containing the annual charges on the revenue of the crown, 
payable in Michaelmas term, 12 Hen. VI., 1433, during the King's plea- 
sure, the fee for his attendance amounted to 100/». In the foUowing year, 
he was appointed to the high office of Chamberlain to the King ; and he is 

abbeys of Fontevraud and the Holy Trinity of Caen, granted by the Sovereign ; but he 
had nothing of hia own inheritance, — a proof that he was the younger brother, and conae- 
quently not more than thirty years old at the time of his decease. Alice, his widow, 
remarried, first, Thomas de Montacute, Earl of Salisbury, K.Q. slain 3 Nov. 7 Hen. VI. 
1428 ; and, socondly, Wiliiam de la Pole, Earl of Suffolk, afterwards Marquisand Duke of 
Suffolk, K.G. murdered on the 2nd of May, 28 Hen. VI. 1460. 

dviii PRKrACB. 

to deMrribrd in « •cheduli* which wa« md br thr chanerllor hcfor» th^ 
lord the Kinfr» «t Cirmc«ft«r. l:hh dar of NoTraihrr, thirtrrath of hw 
ret^n, of the ad^in*. ronM*nt, and onirr of the lonls of thc counnl thrrv 
prr!M*nt« «n<i hy tho «ami' lonl thi* Kinir admittml and |rnMiou*lj «ccrptnl. — 
** Pn*!M*ntihii«« Domini^ (^ardinali Anjrlic, (*antuAnr H Kbormci Arrhir- 
pttcopi?!, HlMirmci et NortTtdcic Ducibti^, Dum^lmraii, Elira«i« llath<inM*n«i, 
CarIi(>I<*nM. lJncolni<*n«i vi N(»rwicrn«i Kpi«coptii, Wanvwici, Staffbnhc, 
Northumbric ct SulTolcii* Cdmitibun. dc IWaumont, dr Wrllr«, Crocnwrll, 
Thc*iuiunirio, llun^^rford <*t Typtot, lUninibus Wtllrlmo LTDdrwodr, Cu4- 
tode privttti •ifplli, ct WilU*lmo l^hrlipp. Canu*rario Krgis.** AIm>, am<rt>ff 
thoM* ap|M>intfil to br of thc pri\y nmnril by thr Kittjr* tn a frrm^ counrtl 
of thr nobli^ of thr nMlm, at th«* llo^pital of St. Joho of Jmuialnii, fa«t 
bj I^ondon, on thr l^ith day of Novrmbrrt 16 llra. VI., 1437, wat, 
'* Wiliiam l^hflipp. knttrht, ChanilNTlcin." It waa apparratW oo thi« 
occa«ion tliAt h«* was bv th«* Kinir raiiuHi to thr titlr of a Baron ; for fnmi 
thia dat<* hc i« d^-^cnUti ui <'V«'ry public documc*nt as William I^hrlipp, 
Loni lianlolf. 

Pn*vioit« to thi« cn^atioti. h<*. a« h«*ir (»f Sir Thomai Krpin|r^t>>* K.(j^ 
drcraard on Sunda\ tbc 27th dav of Junt*. 142H, without iMur, •uc«'rr«ird 
to thr manor of Kqnnirham. rom. Norf.. and thAt of (frrbrrfr* in thr tMnr 
parinh, tr»frrth4*r with tb«* advowoti of thr churrh of Si. Marr. to which Sir 
Williiun l^ht^lipp. kniirht. and Joan. hi« «ifc. prr«ratrd John Urchr, in 
1430. \\\ hi< l.i«t «ill. dat«*4l in 1427. tnd pniv«*<i in l4iS, thr «irrraArd 
ir«Tp to thi* hi^b altar of th<* rathiiiral of Norwirh 10 markf : to rvrry 
monk. (>i. H(/. ; to Krpintrham and Kitrluini churrhit, 40#. rach ; to th« 
mltJir of St. Martin. at th«* l*ala<i*-i::it«*. in fibi<'h |iari»h hi« city houar wa», 
M$. H(/. ; to Ni>nnan'« «pittb*, It^ nutrk« ; to thr priiMmrni in thr ca«tlr aod 
gtld*hall. 40 1. ra«'h pUc«« ; to Juluna l^mptt, nTluar at (*arhow, 10#., Ikc. 
8ir William ni<*lipp. Sir .\ndn*w |loU*l«>r. kni|rht« ; William Baumhunrh, 
Riclurd (f«*tfir'\ «'«<piin»«. an<i oth«*r«. mi*r%* r&i*cutor« ; Hithop Wdlbaa 
Alnw\rk. «»f N«»rv»uh. *u|K*r\iMir ; and Sir Siinon Frlbriirjr''. Str Joha 
ClilVon, and Sir ThomA« Krnir«ton, kniirhtJi, witiM*««r4. Thi« crlrhralr4 
warrior had Im^*ii twio* tn4rru*<i ; fir«t to Joan. <iau|rhtrr of Sir Wm. (*lop- 
too, of Wirkham HriM»k. ntm. Sctff., kuifrht ; Aiid, «<*cood]\ , to Iom, 
fUnfchtrr of Sir Ui«'hAni Walton, kniirbt, and ttfttrr and hrtnrta of Joha 
Walton. of Wifrnhor, c<mi. Kmti, bTing 6th Frbruary. 1406, widaw oi 

PRBFACB. clix 

ffir John Howard, knight, liviDg 8th July, 1410, deceased on the Idth day 
of Decemher, 3 Hen. VI., 1424, leaving hy her first hushand an only 
daughter and heiress, hom on the feast of St. Bamahas, llth June, 1410, 
and then of the age of fourteen years and upwards. This heiress married 
John de Vere, Earl of Oxford, and through her the ancient patrimony of 
the Howards in Norfolk vested in that family. Sir Thomas and his two 
wives had interment in Norwich cathedral, on the north side of the choir ; 
hut the word *• Bewar" is all that remains of the inscription, — perhaps his 
motto. His arais, Vert, an escutcheon inter eight martlets gules, and under- 
written Thomas Erpingham, were formerly in the chapter-house at Canter- 
hury ; and his crest was, A crown gules, a plume of feathers argent. 

On the Roll of Letters Patent of the 15th year of Henry the Sixth, 
1437, under the heading, " Pro cantaria fundanda Phelippes,*' we read as 
foUows : — 

^ Rex omnihus ad quos, &c., salutem. Sciatis quod nos de grada nostra 
speciaU concessimus ct licenciam dedimus pro nohis et heredihus nostris, 
quantum in nohis est, dilecto et fideli nostro Willelmo Phelipp militi et 
Johanne uxori ejus quod ipsi et uterque eormn qui supervixerit et eorum 
heredes quandam cantariam perpetuam de duohus vel trihus capellanis divina 
singulis diehus ad altare heate Margarete in ecclesia de Denyngton in 
comitatu Sufifolcie, pro saluhri statu nostro et ipsorum Willelmi et Jobanne 
dum vixerimus, et pro animahus nostris cum ah hac luce migraverimus, et 
pro animahus carissimi domini et avi nostri, domini Henrici, nuper Regis 
Anglie, ac carissimi domini patris nostri defunctorum, et animabus bene- 
factomm et antecessorum ipsius Willelmi et Johanne et omnium fidelium 
defunctomm, juxta ordinacionem eommdem W^illelmi et Jobanne seu alterius 
eorum superviventis seu eorum heredum in hac parte faciendam, celebra- 
turis facere, fundare, creare, et stabilire possint seu possit. £t quod cantaria 
predicta, cum sic fundata fuerit et stabilita, ' Phelippes Chaimterie de 
Denyngton* nuncupatur. Volumus eciam et concedimus pro nobis et dictis 
heredibus nostris capellanis cantarie predicti cum sic fundata fuerit, quod 
ipsi ct successores sui, capellani ejusdem cantarie, habent unum commune 
sigillum ad quecumque negocia et materias cantarium illam concementia 
expedienda et exequenda, et quod ipsi per nomen Capellanomm cantarie 
predictc, cum cantaria illa sic fimdata et stabilita sit, pro fnturo sint in- 
corporati et persone habiles et capaces ad quecumque terras, tenementa. 


reddituft, advocArionM, et pot^eMiooM ailquimifU H rrcipirodA, at ad ofiml- 

mudii!» A(-tit»tir« i*t qtirrrUft in quihu»cunK|ur cunit, lorit, rt pUrrift nmtn» 

et hi^miuui no«tn>niin aut alioniui quonimrumqm* |»UrttJiodju, drfrndi-ndaa, 

et pn>M*i)iM*n<Uii in cift4U*m. ln«uprr runcettimu» H licmcijun drdimuft 

prrfatiii WilU*lm<> rt Joluuinr, qtKMl iptt ft«ni altcr r«>nim tcI «onim hfn^tlcft 

lnTa«v tfiiriiMtitJu nHi^litii», ct p«»«ftc«»ii>ncft ac advocatioort H patrmutuft 

ecclc^ianim, quc lU* n<»hi» tmuiciliati* non tcncntur, Uftqiir ad iralorem ^iirtoti 

lihrmrum |mt annuni <Urr po4«iint «cu poftftit rt aft«iffnare etftdem capelUiiift 

caotarii* predictr, cum sic fun<UtA furrit H •tahilita* habmdji H trtiro<U 

tibi rt Mirc<ni«<>rt)>uft «uift, tam pn> manfto rt iuhahitaciooe eoruiiidc*m c«pi-l* 

Uoonim inclu<li*ndo H <iiifican<io, quam in auiilium •UfttmtJitiooift fttir, in- 

peqM-tuum. Kt <*iMlrm caprlUni» et »uccr«ftonbuft ftuia, quod ipfti trrrmft, 

tenenM*ntA, nHidittift, H p<>ft9r»>ionrft ac advucatiooeft H patronatttft rcclr»iarum 

uftqiK* a<i <li<'tum \alun*m vtginti Ithrmnim per annum« tmm ah n»drm Wil- 

Irlmo <*t Johaniia m*u altrn> ^'orum ftru <lr rorum hrrr«iibuft quam a qui- 

huftcumqtir alii» |M*r»oiiiii, qur hujusmodi trmu, troementa, rrdditu* rt 

poftftriiiiioiM*» a<' a<ivoca<*i<>iM*ft rt |Mitroiiatuft cum pertinentiift ri» <Unr, Cf»n- 

crdrn* v<'l a««ipian* \olurniit, rrci|ierr H pi*rquinpre, H rrt-lr»iaft i1Ijl% 

appn>pnan* H <*a» ftic appropnata» in pn>pn<Mi usua una cum hujutOMMii 

trm«, triuMiicnti», rrd<iitihuft. rt poftftrtftionihiu trorre poasint ftibi H ftuccrft- 

tonhti% «iii* impt*rpHiium tmonr prramcium fttmilitrr licmcUm «Irdimuft 

•prciaUiii, fttattito <ir tiTci^ H t<*m*mrntift ad manum moHuam noo poomdi» 

edito atit aliqiio alio oniiiiaciotir aut fttatiito in (*ontrarium faHo oon ob»tantr, 

dum tamrn p<*r iiiqtii«itiom*» in<i<* tirhitr capirndaft H in cancrlUha n<Mtra 

vrl hrn*dum no4tn>rum htr n*toniaiitU» <*ompi*rtum furrit quod id 6rri 

poft«it ah^pir <Umptu> vrl prrjudirio n<Mitn> %<*l hrrrdum nofttromm aut 

alionim qiiorumriim<|tir. In rtijum, hc Tr«tr Hr|re in manerio suo de 

Km^iiiTton trn*io <ii«' Julii.** 

Sir Willum 1'hrlipp «a» onr of thr rircutorf of the nohlr Priocr Tbumaa, 

Dukr of Ktrtrr, a» «r Irani fruni a prtition to thr Kinfr aod coancil, witli 

thr an»wrr mdon»rd, :^(>th Frhruar>-, 6 llm. VI., 14:^, aod had of tbe 


kinfr* (rratit thr cu»t(Mly of the prionrt atim of (*rHTn|f, com. Suff., aad 
KTrnioti, rocn. Norif., crll» to thr ahhry <if llrmaj, in Scmnandj, witb tbrir 
appurt«-nan( rs committr<i to him, to hold frum thr fc^at of Sc MicbacL ia 
tbr ftixteruth yrar of hu rri|rn, 29th .^ptrmhrr, 1437, for tbe fiill tena d 
tMi yearft, at an annual reut of tbirtj pouoda ; aa aUo ci tbe BMOor oi 


Swaffham, com. Norff., as to two parts, for the same term, at a rent of one 
pound annually, of whicb the third part was held in dower by Jacquetta, 
late wife of the uncle of the King, John Duke of Bedford. On the Roll of 
Letters Patent of the same year, we read as follows : — " Rex, <JCrc. salutem. 
Sciatis quod pro bono et gratuito scrricio quod dilectus et fidelis noster 
Willebnus Phelipp, camerarius noster, nobis impendit et impendet in 
futurum concessimus ei quoddam tenementum, vocatum Le Newe Inn, cum 
pertinentiis, in parochia sancti Benedicti in Thamise Street, infra civitatem 
nostram Londoniarum, quod quidem tenementum ad manus avi nostri per 
foris&cturam Johannis Montagu, comitis Sarum, devenit et escaetum fuit ; 
et quod Thomas Erpingbam cbevaler defunctus pro termino vitcsue ex 
coocessione dicti avi nostri habuit et tenuit, habendum et tenendum dictum 
tenementum cum pertinentiis prefato Willelmo et assignatis suis pro tcrmino 
vite sue quietum ab aliquo nobis reddendo, &c, Teste Rege apud ma- 
nerium de Shene vicesimo primo die Octobris.* 

* Punuant to a \^Tit addressed to Henry Barton, mayor of the city of London, and the 
KSng*8 escheator in the same, with the King^s teste at Westminster, Ist Nov., 7 Hen. VI., 
1428, the following inquisition was taken respecting the tenure of Sir Thomas Erping- 
ham of this meseuage, in the city of London, 4th day of October, 8 Hen. VI., 1429, by 
the oath of twelve jurors, honest and lawwortliy men of the said city : — ** Qui dicunt super 
•acramentum suum quod Thomas Erpyngham in dicto brevi nontinatus tenuit de domino 
Rege die quo idem Thomas Erpyngham obiit unum hospicium cum una shopa eidcm hos- 
picio annexa et aliis pertinentiis situatum in parochia Sancti Benedicti in Thamys Strete, 
in civitate domini Regis predicti, quod quidem hospicium cum shopa et aliis pertinentiis 
Buis dictus Thomas habuit de dono domini Henrici nuper Regis Anglie, avi domini Regis 
nunc, ad terminum vite ii^ius Thome Erpyngham, et quod idem hospitium cum pertinentiia 
valet per annum ultra reprisas, si locaretur, Ix^., et dicta shopa valet per annum ultra 
reprisas vi«. Yuid. Dicunt tamen iidem juratores quod dictum hospicium cum pertinen- 
tiis stetit vacuum a quarto die Julii anno regni domini Regis nunc sexto, quo die dictus 
Thomas obiit usque ad festum Nativitatis sancti Johannis Baptiste tunc proximo sequens, 
ad quod festum Willelmus Phelipp, chivaler, dictum hospicium cum shopa et aliis perti- 
nentiis intravit et occupavit et adhuc occupat, eo quod idem Willelmus Phelipp habuit et 
habet dictum hospicium cum shopa at aliis pertinentiis suui per litteras patenti^fi Domini 
Regis nunc ; sed quem statum inde habet juratores predicti penitus ignorant. Et dicunt 
quod dictum hospicium cum pertinentiis suis tenetur de domino Rege in lihero burgagio 
sicut tota civitas Londoniarum tenetur ; sed per quod servicium dicti juratores penitus 
ignorant. Dicunt ulterius iidem juratores quod non est aliquis hcres ipsius Thome 
Erpyngham ; nec idem Thomas Erpyngham plura terras seu tenementa habuit infra 
libertatem civitatis predicte dicto die quo obiit, prout predictis juratoribus ad presens 

CAMD. soc. y 


llic* f«>11omin|r Ix^tm PAtmt, which Arr cUtrd on thr mxnt <Uir «• ihat 
on «hicli thi» iTTTat CfHinril wa« hrhl. «lM>?e inrntiotiH. di«tinrtly dt «rnlM* 
thc* Kinu*« rhainU*rIain a« L«>nl «if llanhilf ; and. a« Antir, «miir timr tlir 
wifr iif Sir W illiam Chffftnl. knifrht, an<l thrn thr «ifr of Sir Rririnald i'«>k^ 
hatn, «if StrrlMiniiitrh. in thr |wn«h uf I,inirfi«*M. cntn. Surr., kniirht. and hi« 
own wifr. Jiuiii, «tinirht^^pi ati«l r(ihi*ir« of Thotnat, I^ml lUrdidf, mrrr Uifh 
•ur^uintr, thr only infrn*n<i' t<> \h* «Irmwu frotn ntich rrro|rniiion i«, thal 
thi« iicw titlr was frrant(>«l to hini and thr hc*ir« of hii liody «• a lnaritny 
in frr. 

** Uri oinnihu«i ad qu(»4, &r. Mlutrm. Sciati« quod nim no« har in- 
ttantc t«'rtiadc*rinui dir N«>vrnihri« intcT ali«>9 dr dominit nottri* a|ipiinctiia- 
Teriniiio rt drputavtTimut can>«inium rt (idrlrm cc>n«an|ruinram nmtnim 
Wincltiiuin ilr la l'olr, coniitrni SuffiiU-i«\ ad c^«mdum unum dr pn%atn 
ron^tiho n(>«tr«t 4*t in rrriiiii|M'n<i(*ii>iu*tn lalMtnim cjucm im|imdit rt nohu iin- 
prndct iii futiiruiu appuiirtua%rniiiu« «ihi rcntiim lihrat hahmdat rt ron<- 
cmiiioiir ii(i«tra pro trniuiKi %itr «iic, (iciiiii-rinio dt* «umma pn<dirta tantum 
quaiittiiu ipM* «ir iiotii* |M'rcipit aiiuiiatitu \inutr ahcuju* «iflirii qiitHl ip*c 
hAlirt «h' dono iio^tro. iiohi» rtiaiii dclilirraiiiio httrrm* tuat ccM*timi!r* ita rr- 
tinrn*, iiixi ad frrauilc* ru«tu« rt r\|M>ii«a«, (|uo« idtiu cvm«an|ruinrut n«>*t4 r 
H drputati ^iii f.vicudo rt c\rrrrudo ofli«-ia. qiir ip«r hahrt dr don«> ticntns 
cron^iilcnicionrni halMMitr^i %\nt iah^ni, dc irratia no«tni nprciah concr««in:u« 
qu«Ml pro oninihu« oflicii*. fctMiin rt va(Ui«. qii«* ipM* »mIu« aut cunjunctim « um 
alii« halM*t dr dono uootn). dr ipto ti«>t) dcdiit-riitur ni*i M>Iummoiio ««-lainiitA 
lihn* dc iiirti« i-rntuni lihn«. Ac rtuin, uhi |>c*r littrra* tio«tr«s patriitc-« 
coiiiiiii««iiiiu« ranirrario uo^ni, «hmiitio d«* lUrdolf, |«*r noiDfti d<«niini 
Willcluii IMiclipp, rhi\alcr. ru«tiMliiiu douiiuii manrrii dr Swaflham. cum 
0liiiuhu« iiH'inhn« ct hanirlctti« rt ctitii oniiiihu« hoiiuiru«. cuni« lc^it. hhrr- 
tatihu« «t fnuirh«-«ti« cidrin uiaii«*ru> |M'niii«'ntihu« «ru «iirciantiliu* id cotui- 
latu Norffolric. lialM*ii«Uin a fc«t«> SaiHti Mirharh* .\rrhan|rrli ultimo prr* 
trrito u«qur a«l fiiM-ni drrc*m aiiuoruni r\tunr pn>\imo irqurnliaro, rrddrndo 

|«4'*t <}u«>|UA iniMju In r«i;ut rri jur«tf>r«« | r«*iit-ti huw tci'|uNifK>ni m^iIU «m 
ap|HSUrrutt|. I>Ata •|uarto li» «Kt'»' ri« «nti" •■*L>«" rt l<<r.i t»i|>niil>f-fi« " Tl>««# iiink>««ji| 
eiUtrbt • rr\>ur<u*'« n*iiir thr •!»« *•/ thr In-tMr .if Hir !),• maa K.rfoictiAni m Hun^ai i^ 
4tli 'Uo i-f Jui«. in«rA'! **t i)i«> prN-««litif Sun-Ut. 'JTth Junr, m pqi •i.^«o la th» mriwtr 
fai>|UMit*ob«. •brnrr «r nuk« infrr th*t hr 4t^i M hi« maAnr »f Kr|infH«ai , m4 tkm 
klrcbrnt hm bwo *<lo|4«4 L« llr. iWltt in hi* " M#cnnnAli o4 ib« (iAftrr." 

PRBFACE. clxiii 

iflde annuatiin nobis quinquaginta libras, quas quidem litteras patentes pre- 
&tu8 dominus de Bardolf in voluntate existit restituendi in cancellaria nostra, 
ea intendone quod dictus consanguineus noster manerium illum cum per« 
tinentiis ex concessione nostra habere possit ; cujus quidem manerii tertiam 
partem Jaquetta, nuper uxor avunculi nostri Ducis Bedfordie defuncti, 
tenet in dotem post decessum avunculi nostri predicti, reversione ejus post 
decessum ipsius Jaquette nobis et heredibus nostris pertinente. De ha- 
bundaciori gratia nostra et pro bono et gratuito servicio quod prefatus con- 
sanguineus noster nobis impendit et impendet in futurum, ac pro eo quod 
prefatus Willehnus Phelipp litteras predictas nobis in cancellaria nostra 
restituit cancellandas, concessimus duas partes dicti manerii de Swaff- 
hame et simul eandem reversionem predicto consanguineo nostro pro ter- 
mino vite sue in recompensacionem, allocacionem et satisfactionem quinqua* 
ginta librarum de dictis centum libris per nos in forma predicta appunctuads, 
coucedendas absque aliquo pro eisdem duabus partibus seu tercia parte nobis 
vel heredibus nostris reddendo, eo quod expressa mentio, &c. Teste Rege 
apud Westmonasterium xiii die Novembris. Per breve de privato sigillo/* 

On the same Roll are Letters Patent of the date of the eleventh day of 
the same month, which contain a similar recital of a grant of the custody 
of the honour and manor of Wyrmegay, made to the same William de la 
Pole, Earl of Suffolk, dated the 15th day of July, in the fifteenth year of 
Henry VI., to hold from the feast of the Nativity of the Lord next follow- 
ing, for the term of seven years, and of his having delivered the same into* 
the Chancery to be cancelled ; by reason whereof the King then granted 
the said honour and manor of Wyrmegay to Sir William Phelipp, knighty 
and Joan his wife, and to the heirs of their bodies.* 

By other Letters Patent, with the King*s teste at Westminster, 31 
January following, reciting the grant of Henry the Fourth, dated 19th 
July, 9th year of his reign, 1408, of the manors of Caythorp with its 
yills, Riskington with its vills, Westborough with its vills, late in the 
tenure of Sir George Dunbar, knight, together with the reversions of the 
manors of Plumpton, Barcomb, Quinburgh alias Whinburgh, Cantley, and. 

* On the back of this roll of letten patent is this entry — " Willelmiu Phelipp miles capi- 
taXi» aenetc&Ilus ducatus nostri Lanoastrie in comitatibuB Derbie, Norffolcie, et Suffolcie^ 
Teete Rege apud Wettmonasterium, iv die Decembris." 

rlxiv PRKrACK« 

Stniiiip«h«w, mfivT th«* (lrmi«r of Sir Willuni lUrdolf. knifht, to Sir 

\ViUi.iiii (MilTnnl amt Sir WiUiani l%li|>|i« an<l to Anne aiid Jnan thnr 
mivi'^, fiir th«* trrm nf thrir liv«*^. and th«* lifr of thc •unriTor. and to thr 
hrir« ftf thfir lMMlii>«. an«l in «Iffault iif «n«*h i««iH* of nthrr of th«*«f nuir- 
nji|rf*i. thi* n*\rr*ion nf thcir niitiftv to fi«'voIv«* ti> thr Kinif and hi« h«-ir« - 
■urh n'vrr«ion (fititinir^iit ii|Mm thr ihtiMM* of tlu* Miid Annr, irith«»ut i**«h\ 
«11« iri\iMt. hv n-.i««iii «if hi« fTiMNl aml irratuitou* «rrrirr. to Sir William 
fhi*!!}!*). Liini liarildlf. and .foan hiii «itV, and thr hrir« of thrir l>o'itr«. «tf 
thr KinL''« «|h'4*m1 L'rar«*. Ac^in hv «>th«*r l^'ttrr« I^iirtit. hranngr datr at 
Wr«tniin«tcr. on th(* h^th (Liy of Manh followiniTt whirh rontatn a rrrital 
** Qunlitfr idfin avu<i ii(>«trr «hfinio dir .\ii|ni*ti nnim rrfnt «ui tritik, ina- 
nrria d«* Sh«*Ifi>rd ct Stiik«'hirdolf in coniitatu Nottiii|rhamir rt manmum «Ir 
llalliMitihtdn in cotuitatii I^(v«tnr |N*r littrrmA «iiaii |Nitrntr4 conrr««it (ah«- 
Mmr c(in«(irti «ih* Jnhannr ntrinr Ait|rli«* \>*'r tiomm omniiim rastmnim. 
maticrinnim. dotnininnitn. vilUrtiin, t4*rTanini. trf.mimtoniro tt alumm 
po«M*«*<tiitiiiiii runi |M'niiMMitit«. ({in* fiirnint |>n*dirti «lomtni dr liardtdf. 
halM*ud.i «Mdciii r(>n««ini «ti«* |>ro trnnino vitr Mir |irr ritmta indr farirfi«La 
in |>art«'tii «hiltnvioni^ d«M-<'in niilliiim tnarranim annuaniro ridnu «*i>fi««>rTi 
Mir iti {Mrt«Mii d«>ti« *ii«* ti(i|M*r (*(>ii(^*^«aniin, pn^fatu* aTii« nowtrr n r<»n> 
M*i4*nri.-i ct )ii«*t.itr ni«>tu« ad ju« rt titiilutn pn*di«tA con«idrrmtianm hal4*ii« 
dr (*«*rtA MMiMiti.i «*t tnrn> ni«>tu ••uo C(in(-«*««i'rit ad »ur«iiro rrddmdiiro rt «ir« 
lilirr.iti«liiiii pn*fati« \Villrlin«> rt .\iinr rt Willrlnio rt Johannr rrvtr»Miorm 
pmli«-t«inini iii.iiirri«inini ( iitn |M'rtitimtii«. iina ruin fr«idi« militiun, Ac pott 
monriti r«in«4irti« «IM* ; " attd aUo thr fnllowinir irratit, ** Kt ultmut dr 
iil>«*riori u''';tti'i ti«»«tra «*t pn> Umo ••t ;;ratuito «rrvido nohu prr prrfatiim 
Will«'liiiiitii l'h«'lipp. nuiic doniiniim dr lianiolf. multiplicitrr inipmao rt iro- 
pmd«M>«lo «*«iiir«-««iiiiu« pn*fati« W iUrlnio 1%'lipp rt Joliannr «|U(m1 nir«|irtaa 
omnnini iiuti«'ri«inini pn^lirtonun ciim mii« p«'rtitM*ntii«, «|iir prrfati .\ona, 
Will«'ltiiu« 1'hrlipp «-t .lohaiitia «tr t«ti« iit in f«irma pn*dicta, rt qur inrclirfaa 
po«t niortfMu prcvlH tonitn \iiitr, \\ illclini llidipp «t Johannr, cum iia^aro 

Annam «m*- hcn^ic «l r)>or«' «uo prorn-.ito i hin' continirri, ad ncM rt 

hrn<«l« « ii«»«tro« n-^crti di U*Uit. «•«> (pi«iii pnilirtu* \VilU*lmn« CliADrd mor* 
tuu« •-•1. pnf.iti» \\illt!ii;«» l'lit *:{'!> «t Jnh.itM.c n-tiuiicat. IIahm«laro rC 
trtictMt.dn ii.i-«h' tatcni ill ini « uin (■'nincncii« «itia riiiu ft niii* niilitan. Ar.. 
rs«<l«-ni W itl« hiMt llM*lipp «'t Johannr rt hrnihhu* «tc r(>r|inrihii« rorurodmi 
ru^fiittilni*. (ti- i.t»)it» ( t l.t rc<til»u* ii(>«tn« (n r »rr%i« :i itid«' drhita rt niciMirta. 


Et insuper de uberiori gratia nostra et ex mero motu concessimas prefate 
Anne, Willelmo Phelipp, et Johanne manerium de Castre cum pertinentiis in 
oomitatu Norffolcie et roanerium de Clopton cum pertinentiis in comitatu 
Suffolcie, que nuper fuerunt Willelmi Bardolf militis, fratris predicti Thome 
nuper domini de Bardolf, Habendum et tenendum maneria illa cum perti- 
nentiis una cum feodis militum, dc, eisdem Anne, Willehno PheUpp, et 
Johanne et heredibus de corporibus eorumdem Willelmi et Johanne exeun- 
tibus, de nobis et heredibus nostris predictis per servicia inde debita et 
consueta imperpetuum, eo quod expressa mencio de vero valore annuo 
maneriorum- predictorum cum pertinentiis ac aliorum premissorum seu de 
aliis donis et concessionibus eisdem Anne, Willelmo Phehpp, et Johanne seu 
eorum alicui per nos seu aliquem progenitorum nostrorum ante hec tempora 
factis in presentibus facta non existit, non obstante. In cujus rei, &c. 
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium decimo die Marcii. Per ipsum Regem." 

Thus restored to the entire inheritance of his wife, William Phelipp, Lord 
Bardolf, will have sat in the Parliament held at Westminster on the 
morrow of St. Martin, 12th Nov., 18th Hen. VI., 1439, to which an 
apparently imperfect list of the peers summoned remains on record on the 
Close RoU, and the oraission of the name of William Phelipp, Lord Bardolf, 
is by no means conclusive of his not having been summoned, as asserted 
by Dugdale in his memoir of this baron. The foUowing copy of his last 
will and the inquisitions post mortem afford proof of his being so designated 
in his lifetime, and it is certain that this title was bome by his descendant, 
his grandson William, in the lifetime of his father, John Viscount Beau- 

" Hec est ultima voluntas Willelmi Phelipp, domini de Bardolff, tripartita 
et indentata facta primo die mensis Decembris anno regni Regis Henrici sexti 
post conquestum decimo septimo. In primis vult quod per executores suos, 
videlicet, Johannam, dominam de Bardolff, consortem suam et executrioem 
principalem hujusmodi voluntatis, Johannem Heydon, Willelmum Goode, 
armigeros, Johannem Puttok et Ricardum Palmer capellanum, testamentum 
suum primo et principaliter plenarie sit perimpletum. Item vult et requirit 
suos executores ex parte Dei Omnipotentis quod omnia debita sua vere pro- 
bata, si que fuerint, sine defalcacione sive diminucione aUcujus partis, int^re 
persolvantur. Item vult et assignat quod mille misse pro sua anima tam cito 

dxvi PRKFACB. 

poft Mi^ aniiiie e&ituiii, quo aUits Den poCrriiit, in dim^ orditiibiM 
fritruTn nivi* in alii!i lurif dc^votii infrm rucnitJilus Northfolcie et Suflulcir, 
cuicuniqur «ic ci»l«*branti qiuituor «WiuiruMi a«Ki|puto, crlrbnuitur. Itrm vult 
et a««i}fnat cuilibt*t onltni fratrum iiifni dicto« cooiitjUttt pru amnuibu» 
patrum. matruiii, fratrum. •ororum, amicurum, b«iM*factoruiii dicti Willrlmi 
rt Johanm* quinqiH* tiuircaih att«*ntiuM)ti«* pru f^rmtia anitDr dicti Uillrlmi «-t 
aniiuanim omnium fid«*lium «U^fuiirtorum mitehcorditrr i*ptinmda. Itrm 
vult et attiirnat cuilibrt caprllaiio ad «uaA ei«*quias eiittenti xud, cuilibet 
clrrico vi </. rt cuiliU*t pau|M*ri ibidrm r&i»tenti tiii tL Item vult et aMifriut 
ecclmie paruchiali de I>rnvn(rton lei torchrj «h* illi» iiiiii torrhrj pott 
oflirium »ur »ubterrati<mi» com|iU*tum rrmanmtibut. Et capelle l»eal« 
Manr iiifrm dictam rccle»iam ii torcb«*5. (*aprllr «ancte Marifajete ibidem 
iiii tor(*h<*5. l'>rl«-Mr |Mrochiali dr (tlrmham Panra iiii torche). Ecrlr^ie 
paruchiali <le rn*t)nirhain li torrh<*5. tlcclr^it* parochialt de BrundiMh ti 
lorrhr^. l->clriiir |HinM'hiali dr Tatynfrton ii torrhe^ et eccleftae paruchiali de 
Wilb«*rirhain ii torcW^.* Ac rtiani iiiiii camirlaa potl oficium •ue ftub- 
terracioniii riri*utum n*manrnt4*« vult ««t aA«i^nat in «iiverM» candrla» 6m 
b<Nir«ta» ad tni«<ifl iii ca|M'lla Saiirte .Nlarjrarrtr celebrmtAt illiuninandas ri 
comburendaji. lt«*m vult rt a.«<»i^ut ciMitum •«ilidoa intrr pauperv*» majorrm 
pmuriam hal>rnt4*ii in villiA de I>rnynfrt«m, BruiMli>ch rt TatynirtoQ rqualitrr 
«ii«tnburndot, rt liiii. 'txnti, rqualitrr int«*r pauprm cooftimilra de (flrmhan 
Plu^va rt Wilbiinrham Parva. Itrm vtilt et a*«i|nuit inoQialibua 6^ Broar- 
|mi quiuqtu* niarcaj», <*t mtniialdm* dr Urtirlynirfrkl quinqur inarcaa, et 
AlicM* l«atn|irtt dicti I«m*i prion»***, »i tunc tuprntr* fiirrit« xi.#.t Itm 

* Ilrnninittiin u « panalt in Huflfi*lk, in th*' «l<«nrr7 of l|t)«»#, m ar» mow »ho Hnitt 
4l^ »»'1 la(tinirl<*n . llKrti^li l)i<» f<innt*r «m i>n'-v a rhA|irlr7 tu TAttmgfaifli. Iil««lfe*ai 
Par«» !• » |>«r«^> m thr itrAntf^r^ **f Or^if«i. An«l < 'rr«4infffuMi tn ihAt at \jaam ; fram «Ibarfti 
iMt 1 ** «f . «M <lu' ftnnu*Jli lA thia rhanlry \n llMiBmftaai. wtoh»«t %af a c«IW|rr hf K 
ia hM Thtwuruft. Thri «rrr *JI r«»m|inM«l in lh« ftrrh«l«nruc»r; uf liaiulh, m«I «ii 
ol NnrwH-h. WtllirklkAni l*Ar«* la in thr tlrftnrri of |h# mm» nunf, c»mk. ( «mh , *»4 
c««ni»nM«l in thr ^-h<lnft«-«'iir} M*i diiirvvr €^ VJy. 

^ llruitar^l «a* thr tilr <tf * nunnrr* iif minurraBM, tif thr orlrr of Ht. ClArr, timwflmi 
m U»r H<»th ^mr of ll*!*. III . al thr •ttCfraCMQ of I»* •^ l^ioel. Ihikr of (iMwnrv mmI 
RbH «>f ri«««-r. »n'i |irmi«lr>l «>irr h« mn ^'kmm, mnd \tm in iK* taiainlMte «irtaH]r cl IIm- 
mmtgiim, R«>ilincM4 mm «teo * ovnMf^ in iW imm MtjHbhoariMiod, ol iW 

PREFACB. Clxvii 

tult et assignat Johanne consorti sue omnia et singula vasa aurea, argentea, 
deaurata et non deaurata, enea, et quecumque alia bona mobilia et uniyersa 
catalla sua, ubicumque inventa seu guadiata existant, ad hanc ultimam 
▼oluntatem perimplendam, illis vasis cum quibuscumque aliis bonis specialius 
in hac voluntate legatis duntaxat exceptis. Ita quod post decessum dicte 
Jolianne dimidia pars dictorum vasorum aureorum et argenteorum remaneat 
et assignetur Elizabethe filie dicti Willelmi et Johanne, si tunc superstes 
fuerit, et heredibus masculis de corpore dicte Elizabethe legittime exeuntibus, 
secundum discretionem et ultimam voluntatem dicte Johanne absque im» 
peticione, inquietacione seu calumpnia dicte Elizabethe, heredum suorum 
vel aliorum quorumcumque versus dictam Johannam de et pro aliqua parte 
dicte medietatis vasorum movenda, facienda seu imposterum alleganda. 
£t si dictus Willelmus dictam Johannam supervixerit, tunc vult quod altera 
pars vasorum aureorum, argenteorum deauratorum, et omnia alia bona 
mobilia ubicumque fuerint inventa per suos executores vendantur et cum 
denariis inde provenientibus suam hanc ultimam perimpleant voluntatem. 
Item vult et requirit suos executores quod bene et honeste ordinent et pro- 
videant annuatim competentia esculenta, poculenta, pannos lineos ac onmia 
alia necessaria ad sustentacionem Petri Hertyng, Ade Bedeman, et Johannis 
Wode spectantia ad terminum vite eorum seu ejus, si tunc in ejus hospicio 
sint permanentes. Item vult et assignat cantarie sue vocate *' Philippes 
Chaunterie" unum vestimentum integrum de velvett cum cervis super- 
operatis cum toto apparatu altari pertinente et unum vestimentum album de 
yelvett cum toto secta vestimenti illius, et magnum psalterium novum cum 
hymnis et officio mortuorum. Item assignat dicte Cantarie post decessum 
dicte Johanne unum novum Gradale et unum turribulum argenteum. Item 
legat dicte ecclesie de Denyngton post decessum dicte Johanne unam 
novam Legendam pro animabus Johannis Philipp militis, Willelmi et 
Johanne predictorum, parentura, amicorum, benefactorum et omnium fidelium 
defunctorum.* Item vult et assignat post decessum dicte Johanne omnia 

of Manaases, Comte of Gaines, and of Emma, his wife, daughter and coheir of William of 
Arquee, misprinted '*Arras^' by Dugdale and Tanncr ; and the name of the PrioresB 
Alicia Lampitt is an addition to the nomenclature of its superiors ; they were Benedictine 


• Dugdale cites this paseage from the will in register Chichely, p. 481, in proof of hit 
erroneous sUtement, that Sir John Phelipp, knight, m-as £itther of Sir William Phelipp, 

clxTtii pmmfAcm. 

Mia TcvtiinmU doq WirAta illiii rcTlrviif pArochiAltlNi* confrmMU, \\n tainm 
ubi major nrrmMtAft Tidrtiir ineftiir. luin Tult ««t a«»i|rnat Jiiliant* l^D|irtt. 
anArhoritr dr Carrrhow. ti tunc iiupmtr* furht, drcnn nuimi« pni aniiiu 
ipniuii WiUrlmi intrr pftuprrr« in riYitati* Norwici «-t alibi prr a.4«iirnjitt(ifMnii. 
ToluntJitrro rt (iitcrrtifMirm di«*tr Juli«nr ditthlHiriMUs, dr c|uihtiji «Irrrni 
iiuirri^ «Miinuit Mmr^rArrtr lUrk«*r, ni tuiic »uprnirt furht, iiu#. iiii</.* 
Itrm vult quod di<*« »u«* Mibt«>rr»ci«mit t«ni cito pott nuud miiermtioiKin <1«* 
hoc camit rrirajitulo, «)uo htin<»«tiuii |Mitrht fi«*h. trnrmtur. Itmi %uU t-t 
mmniirnat Johannr c<niiorti «u«* (muiia «-t «inguU »tu manrha dr DmTnirtoti. 
Brundinche. Tatviiirton. \Vilb«*r)rham. (*rrtynfrhmro curo BranttcHi, «*t 
Krpvnfrhmro cuni oninibut tui* |M*rtin«*ntiiB dictia manrhi* <)u«icum«)i)«* 
HMido «prctmntibtiii ad trrminum \it4* dictr Johannr nibi tmriMU, H |M>«t 
ilrcrtNum dictr J<ihaiiii«* Tult <|u<m1 (minia prt*fata inan<*ria cum prrtinrntti* 
Kliiab«*thr fili«* dicti Willrlnii rt Johannr rt brrrdibu* «ir corfi^trp «tM 
IrfrittinM* ri«*unttbti» rrmaiM-miit imp«*rprtuuni. Mmnrhum tamm <lr irrt^ n;;- 
hain rtini Hrmniitun m*»iirnat dict«* KliiaU'thr t*t hrnHlibus <lr coq««»rr ftut» 
Iriritiinir rt«tintib<iii pro «|ii(MUni maiMTio |irr anfnuain Mium prr W illfU 
mum Tyrmhitt niilitrni* in rtmiitatu Liiirolnir, in pUiito rvru|M*rati». t 
Kt «i c<mtinfr«t dictani KliialM*tliain •iin* hrr«*«lr «U corporr «im» InriilinH- 
ex(*unta* (»lHn*. tunr vult «iimmI «muua nuiM*na prrdictm cum omnibu« »iu« 
prrtinmtiiii ad hrn<d<*« rt a!i<ii|rnat«>4 suo« rrTrrtantur rt prr rUHnit«9rr« rt 
froffintorrt Miif« vrmUntiir ad ftiiam hanr ultimam voluntaunn iMmcitim com- 
plrtam plmarir p«*hnipl<*ii<Um rt ad alU oprrm cahtati^m faciriMU, trm« 
lmJliati«. •! qtir furhnt, M>liinim(Mlo rirrptiii, t\\i/t ad proiirouro hrrrdrm 
rpmtnrn*nt im)M*rprtuuni. Itrm \ult rt atdigiuit qu(Ml <|iii<niiiM|ur tmuml 
rt haburnt nianrha tiia <lr Krpynirham qutMl tustinrmt, inTmUt Trl iu* 
Tmirr fariat drrrm )iatipi*rr« dr oronilnu iMtn^tMhi*. rrvrrti«m«-« rt annui* 
tmt<r« tolvat, rum quil»u« dirta manrria (m«>nintur. prout in ultima v«»limtatr 

iMvtfije «>«rTl<ii*kr 1 llif ««•r*l {«ftrvritum. in «hi« h hi* p«rmt* «rv iarla«l««l It •• mti- 
««i«lmt thAt rvfrrmrf i* hrr* mA«l*- !.• hM t>riHhrr mrnti*<nt<*l in Otr tr»t. 

* t*«rt>«ir tT t'arT^>« «*• * |irnnl*-tinr nunnrr* in ibr <«»unti ui tbr rtt« «if yitif^wrh 
t llmadratnu t» thr »itjutiiini( |i*rwli |i« l'mtncftk*m. ai»*1 la Ihr «Mur «iri> » »0 «*l |^,ii— . 
TW Ikmilf uf Ivrwhitt lui«l «n<-i«>ntN thnr mmt aI k«-tlrl>«. m iIm |»*rWi »t lUglj. «h.4« 
of Wrm«(-^, »h»rh «kJk* |4in ff thr k^ninT «.f **\«-lf <rl, «r. I i« •l«'i|( ti.>« thr ms^-fr vb»b 
w rm-^nmr^ \>y Htr W illum T;r«hitt. Afu-««<«>r uf thr h^rtmrt» t/4 tlMa -iinr^. «b* f^mj^ 
•I M«amA«|«l, m |K« ■unr rountf. 

PREFACE. clxix 

Thome Erpjngham militis plenius continetur. Item quod liceat Johanne 
consorti sue in omnibus et singulis manerlis et tenementis sibi ad terminum 
Tite 8ue assignatis vastum et destructionem et exilium pro sua voluntate 
facere absque impeticione, inquietacione seu calumpnia heredum seu assigna- 
torom quorumcumque. £t si dicta Johanna aliquo modo implacitata per- 
turbata vel molestata fuerit per heredes de corporibus dictorum Willelmi et 
Jobanne exeuntes vel per hcredes de corporibus heredum exeuntes, vel si 
impedierint vel impediri faciant suam hanc voluntatem ultimam perimpleri 
aut assignationem manerii de Glemham parva et Brewsham ad manum mor- 
toam, tunc vtilt quod reversiones omnium maneriorum predictorum, terrarum 
et tenementorum cum omnibus pertinentiis suis per suos executores et feof- 
fatores vendantur et denarii inde provenientes pro gratia sibi a Deo opti- 
nenda et capellanis divina in ecclesia de Denyngton celebraturis distribu- 
antur, expendantur et condonentur, aliqua concessione et confirmatione de 
«is in contrarium facta non obstante. Item vult et assignat quod omnes sui 
4servientes meniales foris manentes et hospitati in suo hospicio per imum 
annum ante predictum tempus sui resolutionis stipendia et alia singula 
recipientur, prout de eo in sua vita recepenint. Item vult et assignat per 
discretionem Johanne consortis sue Johanni domino Beaumond unam peciam 
argenteam et deauratam coopertam, et unum equum vocatum Le Cowcer. 
Item vult et assignat Elizabethe, filie dicti Willelmi, imum lectum de serico 
cum toto apparatu nuper Thome Erpyngham militis et unum par linthea* 
minum de Reynes. Item vult et assignat Katerine Botyler sorori sue unum 
par lintheaminum de Reynes et unum par bedorum coraUi ; et Radulfo 
domino Crombwell per discretionem dicte Johanne unam peciam argenteami 
deauratam et coopertam. Item vult et assignat cuilibet generoso tempore 
aue resolucionis sibi servienti x\s.; cuilibet valetto xx«. ; cuilibet garcioni 
xj. et cuilibet pagetto ys. majus et minus illis retribuendos per discretionem 
suorum executorum temporis quantitate et servicii fidelitate diligenter ac 
prudenter consideratis, illis in hac voluntate specialiter legatis ac nominatia 
duntaxat exceptis. Item vult et assignat Willelmo Rous c#. et Willehno 
Hamond ad terminum vite sue annuatim sub conditione quod serviat prefate 
Johanne xxs.; et assignat Rogero Hunte sub conditione quod custodiat 
parcum de Denyngton suam annuitatcm prout in indentura inde perfecta 
plenius continetur. Item assignat cuihbet suorum executorum in hac yolun« 


dxx pmmwACU. 

Ute n o mm a t o c#. la cujtu rtt tmimoniuiD «iplluiB miubi appotuit. Daio 
di» rt aimo Mipradictit. 

la Domine ■ummo rt indi¥i<luo TrinitJitu, palrii H ftlii H ipihtut Miirti, 
bMtiMime Dri gmithcti MArim toiiutqur crW«tit cuhr. Amm. I^liro Wil* 
Irlmus Fhrlipp, dominui Bardolff, in mrr ditcivtionis rumior rrvobmt ad 
ttrtammtum mmm condmdum rt mmm ultimam ▼olunlAtrm finalitrr drrU- 
miMUm, dum «dhuc tanm rt rrcmti raudm tnrmoiia« pr y ctdr w ? drrrr^i 
in bunc modum. In phmit tiquidrm in tincrhtatt ftdti cntiioiico nu- 
tcot Omnipotmti Dro crrttoh mm tnimtm mtf tuo prtdoto cruort 
rcdrmpttm Irgo rt ctm ttbi intrhoh derotioor qiM i^imiM i cooi oouu mmtit 
dttidrrio commmdo. IVo corporr Trro mro, nt morit ttCt tublcfTmndo, in 
qutcumqur mundi ptrtr drcrdrrt mr contingmtt tnttr boot toi or it pn>> 
gvnitorrt rt ptrmtrt mrot tpud lX*nyn|rton iofrm etptUam Stnctt Mar* 
garrtr Virinnit rt nuutiht coram altare ibidrm rligo t t pultu naL In mjut 
ctitm corpohi mri tubtrrrtcioor nolo, trd exprrttt probibco, ut nrque 
oior mra, rxrcuthx phnct|>alit mri tefltammti et ohime Toluotatit, ncc tlii 
tiecutorrt mri mairna rt cuhott ftcitnt conriria aot lcfctnuo tobtile pro 
Bt prrptmit, Trl •umtuota luminaria pro me ad ■uandi pompam mo 
floham, trd modo boorvtiori, quo potrht, ordinmtor ; ndrlicct, cum coo* 
tinittt corptit mmm prr ptthat infrm ciTitattt rtie tcI Tillat, toIo ut, nno 
illas intrmvrht, vi|nnti tnrcbr^ ardmtrt cum mro ferrtro trmntportmtur. 
Et quod in dir thcmnali» mri* ordinmtur xxiiii torrbc), et xiiiii luminaha, 
quodlibrt lumintrr facturo dr iiii 1ibh« crrr, circa oorpuj mcom, io rxtqiiiit 
tt miMifl pro tnitnt mra crlrbrtndifl dicto dir trdmtia« diouttaotor ; qtiat 
quidrm torrbr} in rxrquits rt mi»flifl, ut prrfrrtur, crlebr m odit irorh toIo 
per xiitii pauprm boroinm dr tmmtibut mrifl in ptooo oigro rmitofl. Et 
ptcdirta xxiiii luminaha prr prrdictum trai|>ut prr xxiiii paopcrrt mtUirrrt 
ctitm dr tmrntibufl tii«*ifl tmrh toIo in panno albo Tcttitat. Qooquc coi* 
librt pauprh toIo rt Asflifnio (M*to dmahot. In«uprr rtaam toIo rt Irfo 
tummo aitah rcclcftir paruchiahfl ilr I>m\-nirtiio prrdicte pro Troia a I>m 
optinmda dm drcimifl IXro rt rcclrair drbitifl rt prr me noo tohitjtv tcd prr 

* Tb# «nril trwMiiud» «m «iicmitrAtif • cl «a 
tifi I 4iinn< M maa* «U«» for ihe «Ur«aM«l, 
4Mm|4i«« of tb« dav ot bon*l. «b«ti thlfl oAr» 


fragilitatis mifleriam penitos oblitis, quinque marcas in mei corporii 
fabterradone offerri devote. Reparacioni ecclesie prefate o #. Reparadoni 
eeeleiie de Parva Glemham xx#. et summo altari ejusdem vi#. ymd. Re- 
paradoni eeclesie de Parva Wilburgham xx#. et summo altari ejuadem vi#. 
Tiiid!. Summo altari ecclesie de Badyngham xx#.* Summo altari ecclesie 
de Brundisch vi#. viiic^. et summo altari ecclesie de Erpyngham vi#. viiii/. 
Omnium vero bonorum meorum residuum executoribus meis do et lcgo ut 
ipd pro anima mea secundum magnam Omnipotentia Dei misericordiam et 
aecundum ultime mee voluntatis tenorem, prout in indentura tripartita 
inde confecta sigilloque meo signata plenius declaratur, discrete sic dis- 
ponant et ordinant gradose. Testamenti autem hujus ordino et executores 
meos constituo Johannam Bardolff, consortem meam, executricem prind- 
palem, Johannem Hejdon, Willeknum Gode armigeros, Johannem Puttok 
et Ricardum Palmere cappellanum. Insuper cum omnimoda filiali rever- 
enda reverendum in Christo patrem, dominum Willelmum Alnewyk, Lin- 
cohiiensem episcopum,t humiliter deprecor et exoro, et Johannem Beau- 
month, dominiun de Folkyngham,^ istius testamenti et ultime mee volun- 
tatis fieri supervisores. In cujus rei testimonium sigillum meum apposui. 
Data primo die mensis Decembris Anno Domini Millesimo quadringen** 
tesimo tricesimo octavo et regni Regis Henrici Sexti post oonquestum 
dedmo septimo. 

^ln Dd nomine, Amen. Ego Willelmus Phelipp» dominus Bardolffy 
compos mentis condo testamentum meum in hunc modum. In primis lego 
animam meam Deo omnipotenti, beate Marie ac omnibus sanctis ; corpua 
meum sepeliendum in cimiterio sanote Marie de Denyngton. Item volo et 
assigno domino Johanni Viceoomiti Beaiunont et Elizabethe, filie mee, 
unum dphum aureum seoundum discretionem Johanne uxoris mee. Item 
assigno Katerine sorori meo unum ciphum argenteum deauratum coopertum 
de meliori factura secimdum discretionem dicte Johanne. £t reddunm 

* Baddingham ia a p&riah in the deanery of Hoxne, adjacent to Dennington. 

t William Alnwick, archdeaoon of Saliabaiy, wat appointed to the lee of Norwieh 87th 
Feb. 1426, and translated to Lincoln 19th Sept. 1436 ; obut 5 Deo. 1449. 

X John Beaumont, Lord of Folkingham, com. Linc. was at the date of thii will a baroo, 
and the hnsband of his only child Elizabeth ; bnt prior to the deceaae of William Phelipp, 
Lord Bardolf, he waa created on the 12th Feb. 1440 the fint Engliih Tiiooant, by raMoa 
of hia deicent from the vicomtee of Maine. 

rlxKii pfttrACK. 

«NDnitim rt •ingulomm Tasoram roronim« Um ftorfonim ff arfmtrwtmi. 
dtvuratoniro t*t non fl«iurat(>nim, volo rt «»«ifnM» Johamir aiori mte ad 
mc«m ultimaro volunUit4nn pi^nmplmdjun H prrftrimdtm. Itrm volo H 
uiiinio onint*» tof^aji nM*a«, tofnti dr |MinDo Unro rtrrptta, in Trvtimmtit 
rcclr%it* fari«*u<U4 rt ortiiiuindaft. Itrm toIo rt aMifrno Johanni lUnrard 
uiuun to^rain d«* ik-arlrtt pmuUtam rum martrr^ rt t marraa. Itrm a%- 
»i|ruo Hfnrico NomianTilr uiiam togam «aniruinram prmiUtam cum martrrt 
rt T tuan*a». Itrm aMifrno Wtllrlnio lUrbor unam togam dupbrrm rt t 
man*aji. Iti*m a»»igno TlumM* HmynirtiHi unam to|r«m d* mottlr rt il». 
Itrm Tolo f|iiod omnra alir to|rr rorr dr panno Unro noo aaaifrnatr prr di*- 
crrtioiirin Johannr uiori» incr intrr iirrvii*ntrft rorot dittriburotitr. Itrm 
aaftigiio Thoinr Fauharo, alt. Item a«aifpio Jobannr UUk« ct. Item aMiffno 
Rob«*rto Synioiid, ilt. Itrm Willrlroo Stowr, il». Itrm Johannt Trn- 
disloiir. ilf. It4*m Johanni Onnrll, ilt. Itrm Roberto Tbrncbrball. ilt. 
Itrm Jolianni Walr, ixvij. Tiiii^. Rr«iduuro Trro omnium bcmorum 
mr«>nim iiou afti»t|ruati>ruro nrc Ufratorum do, U|ro rt aaaiiriio rtrcutcMibu* 
mrtn, \iii«*li(x*t Johannc uxori iiM^r, Johanni Ilrjdon,* Willrlmo Cto«ir, 
RrKtnaldo Houn.f Jolianni INittok, rt Hicardo Pahnrr clrrico, ut ip«i 
ordiiiant rt di<>|M)nant juita tA-oorrm. Tim, fomum rt cfcc t um bujuftiiMMli 
ultimr tnrr voluntatis Mmul cum rflrctu cujUMUro iodmturr thpartitr rt 
indcutatr in ti*«tinionio dr nica \oIuntatr confrctr, pniat mrliat %idrfiot 
auiiiir iiMH* pr«»f«*ci*«r rt fiiir luiluti. I*roTito win |> rr qucMl «i qua aauirnata 
•ru hvata iii dirta iti«U*ntuni »ru tr^tammto coatmta buic mrr ultimr 
Tolutitdti |M*r diM*n*tioiM*m rsrrutontro inroruro aut prr majomn partrro n« 
Tid4*antur contntha sru n*pu|riumtia, catiui fiant rt pro nullo habrantur. 
Volo «^ aft%i|rno ruililM^i rircutorum mroruro drcrro imrvmi rt mafi^ jutta 
Uboruro •ui»rum (|iiantitatrm. In cuju« rri tr«tiiiMmiun boic prrvoti «cnpto 
aiirillum nM*uin ap|M>»iu. l>ata tii* dir mriuii Maii, aooo Dooiioi millrai- 
OM cccr* (|uadrairrsimo primo." l 

* John llr^iloo «M uf B«r«>«Mlh«iq>, com. Nofl mhI m \mwy<ft ct grmt 0mtt 
^ KrKitiAi4 RiNM m»0 ot Ikntninictuo. m*! »arn<ur «■! Htf Julitt Hihm, 
llr-fih^iii. III thr |«mh «tf Il4tlrKAm|i. Su0«*lk, »Iiu«m rrrmtmA, Umy 2H. 1T>6, 
•r IVt.riiii,rion. ana l^ Julv. iNil. V«ni«int Ihinwiib mm4 lUH «4 ^krmAht%Am. 

l l>utf UJr. in hw mlMrtX of th» «lU tntm Rarwit HnrWlry. la ik» liKfW^ ■• 
b«th, • .th hw umiaJ cmrrltmntm^ hm MH|nM«l * *T«ia «ftal# lo tkii rvdM^ M ll « hmA b«Mi 
|4 thr <.|;hlh ui Juh nr«t rnMiinf tliAl of hm «ill. tamU—i «4 thr r^M ^***. ^^ M«J, 

PRBFACE. Clxxiii 

On the seventh day after the date of this codidl, the sixth daj of June, 
19th Hen. VI., the testator died, and Henry Chicheley, Archhishop of 
Canterhory, granted prohate of this will and codicil, hy his letter, hearing 
date at his manor of Croydon, on the 28th day of the same month, heing 
in the 28th year of his translation to that see, addressed to William 
Goffchin, in decretis Baccalaurius, appointing him hls proctor. Upon the 
reodpt of this letter on the second of July, the proctor repaired to Suffolk, 
and administration of the effects was granted to Joan, Lady Bardolff, Wil- 
liam Goode esquire, John Puttok, and Richard Palmer clerk, the two 
others having renounced, on the eighth day of July, io the church of Den- 

Availing themselves of the proviso in the codicil, the executors did not 
comply with the humhle requcst of the testator to he huried in the ceme- 
tery of the church of Dennington, and he yet lies entomhed with his wife 
onder a square ohlong monument, omamented with gothic tracery, on 
which are the effigies of hoth in alahaster, richly painted and gilded, eight 
feet in length and four in hreadth, in the chapel of St. Margaret, on the 
Bouth side of the church of St. Mary of Dennington. A drawing afler the 
tomh was made hy Joshua Kirby, and published by him March 25, 1748, 
havmg heen engraved hy J. Wood ; which plate is inscribed to Sir John 
Rouse, Baronet. Subscquently drawings of the same effigies were made 
by C. A. Stothard, one of which was etched by him, and the other by 
C. J. Smith, and now constitute the plates 110 and 111 in the Monumental 
Effigies of Great Britain, folio, London, 1817, whcre they are erroneously 
supposed to be those of Sir Robert Grushill and his lady, in Hoveringham 
church, Notts, as is observed in the accompanying dcscription, and which 
error has been rectified by the publishers in a communication inserted in 
the Gentleman's Magazine. The first of thesc plates is a front view of 
both effigies, and the second a profile view of Lord Bardolf, with details 
representing one extremity of the collar of S.S., and the centre of the 
girdle, and the letters I.H.S. on the bacinet. Lord Bardolf is represented 
in full armour, save the visor, his head resting on his helmet with 

19th Hen. VI., 1441, the year of the decease of the testator. And hence the diKrepancy 
in deacribing John Lord Deaumont as a viseount before his creation to the title, if the 
codicil had been datcd 8th July, 1439, as it stands priuted in his Baronage, vol. ti. 
p. 214. 


mAntrlcC aiul cfMt, a g^i btlwMi hk fc<c U am MftW «icli o«t- 
•prmd winini. The bAciort k focirrlrd bj a eottly wrMth, bariiig aUo an 
MgU» divpU^-ed in tbe froot. Round bit nrck U a gorgft* and orer it tbo 
eolUr (if 8.8« Tbe ituwCa and brmaaarta ar» cUKaiitljr iutrd, aod below 
Ibo cuirasi U tbe pancr, eiicirclc«l bj a ricb girdle, to «bicb a da|n(rr U 
attachrd, and baving in froot a ■birld, cm wbicb bU coaC of anna wu oncc 
paiot4«d. (In bU Irft Irg U tbr gartrr witb ita moClo ; and aoapcodrd frmn 
a •tmp bucklrd acroas bU loiut U bU tword. Tba ooaC of Pbrbpp waa 
quartrrlj, gulc« and argcot, io tbc ftnt quarter an aofle dUplaycd or ; cneat, 
a garb» or. 

On hit rigbt hand it the tfRgj of bia wifr, wboae bead rrata oo an em- 
broidered cuahioo» tupported oo rithrr aide by a chaplain of Fbelippra 
Chauntnr» in a cloak and eap, and brr frrt cm a wjvera, the wiiifa cndorwd, 
the supporter* of thr anna of Bardolf, indicatiof hcr palcrnal daacrnt. 
8be wforf a cmceot-homed head-dma« a ricb fret and a coroori» Hcr 
gown haniri in Ioojc fulds, rraching io low aa to cover the feeC, and U 
apanirlrd all over wtth bUting ttani, being eocirrlod by a girdU richljr 
decorated brlow thc waUt. Over thU U a bodioe-abaped gamienU open at 
ihe ftidet for thrrr parta of tu lrii|;th, and otrr the ihottlden it a cloak 
frateord io frotit by a bar acroti thr brraat, haTiog richly workod oolchca 
al each rod. from which two cordt with tataeU ara nMde to Up over tha 
har. and hang duwn in front. The nerkUco U &steiird at the eitmniliea 
with a bui-klr. t-lacb of thrar rffigira haa the haoda joined in prajrr. 

Thr onljr daughtrr of WillUm l^hchpp, Lord Bardolf, wile of John Vla- 
oount llraumont, dird in the tarae yrar at her father» aa wo leam fttmi tha 
foUowing l.^rttrrt ratent, cntcrrd oo the ruU of thU oiocCconth yoar of tho 
rrign of Hrory the Siath« undcr the headiog I*ro Johaona Vtoacomilo 

** Kn omntbut ad quoc drc talutrm. SdalU qtiod enm non modica 
dampna rt drperdita dilt^cto rt fidrli cootanguinco ooalro Johanni Vicc* 
oomiti de Braumont prr drcramun Klisabrthe ouper uiorU mw, ilia Wil* 
lelmi l^hdipp nupcr domini lUrdolf drfuncti, drrrocruoU ut aocep i m ua , 
Sot Umum t*t i^ratuitum trr^ioium quod idrm Vicrc o met nobU tmpendil 
indirtqur impendrre ooo detittit mrnto cootrmplaotea, da gralia ooalra 
•prcUIi roncr«ftimu4 ridrm Vicocomiti ru«todtam omnium caalroran» mant 
riorum. domuuorum, vilUrum, torrarum. tmcmcotorum, rDdditnai fC itr* 


Ticionim tam liberonim quam natiYonimy una eom feodis militmn et advo- 
cacionibiu ecclesianim, abbatiaram, prioratumn, hospitalimn, vicariaram, 
capellanmi, cantuariarum et aliorum beneficiorum quorumcumque, que 
Henrico filio ejusdem Vicecomitis ac filio et heredi ejusdem Elizabethe aut 
alicui heredi ipsius Henrici de corpore suo exeunte, seu pro defectu hujus- 
modi exitns, mortuo ipso Heniico, Willebno filio juniori eorumdem Vice- 
comitis et Elizabethe et fratri ejusdem Henrici aut alicui heredi ipsius 
Willehni filii de corpore suo exeunte, vel pro defectu hujusmodi exitus, 
mortnis ipsis Henrico et Willelmo, Johanne filie eorumdem Vicecomitis et 
Elizabethe ac sorori eorum Henrici et Willelmi filiorum, per et post mortem 
predictorum Willelmi Phelipp et Elizabethe ac Johanne, nuper uxoris ipsius 
Willelmi Phelipp adhuc superstitis, seu Anne uxoris Reginaldi Cobeham 
militis, similiter adhuc superstitis, vel alicujus eorum, seu per et post mor- 
tem alicujus alterius, in feodo simplici seu feodo qualitercumque talliato 
descendere, reverti seu remanere poterint vel debebant aut de presenti possunt 
vel debent, simul cum wardis, maritagiis, releviijs, escaetis, forisfacturis et 
omnibus aliis proficuis, commoditatibus et emolumentis quibuscumque pre- 
missa seu alicui premissorum pertinentibus sive spectantibus, et que ad nos 
vel heredes nostros ratione minoris etatis alicujus predictorum Henrici, 
WiUelmi filiorum et Johanne filie aut alicujus heredis ahcujus eorumdem 
Henrici, Willelmi filiorum et Johanne filie pertinent seu poterunt quovis 
modo, salvo semper nobis et heredibus nostris omni eo quod ad nos vel he- 
redes nostros pertinere poterit de hereditate dicti Vicecomids de Beaumont 
post mortem ejusdem Vicecomitis ratione minoris etatis alicujus predictorum 
Henrici, Willelmi filiorum et Johanne filie aut alicujus heredis alicujus eo- 
rmndem, Habendam et tcnendam custodiam illam a tempore quo castra, 
maneria, dominia ct cetera premissa seu aliqua parcella eorumdem ad manus 
nostras vel heredum nostronim ex aliqua causa supradicta devenire contin- 
gant seu contingat, quousque aliquis heres predicte Elizabethe ad plenam 
etatem suam pervcnerit absque aliquo nobis vel heredibus nostris inde red- 
dendo, co quod expressa mentio de dictis castris, maneriis, dominiis, villis, 
terris, tenementis, redditibus, serviciis, feodis militum, advocationibus et 
ceteris prcmissis ac de vero valore eorumdero, necnon de aliis donis et con- 
cessionibus eidem vicecomiti per nos ante hec tempora factis, in presentibut 
ftcta non existit, non obstante. In cujus rei, &c. Teste Rege apud West- 

Clxxvi PRErACK. 

monftitrnum, t* dir Auiru<iti. Per tp«um Kiyrm H de dAU |»mii«ia audo» 
riutc I^ArlunMiitt."* 

Thr King*» writi to thr •rTenil mchrmtori of ihr countirt, tn «hich 
William l*hrli|i|), I>»nl lUrdoIf, had pro|»rrtT, all hrar dalr mt \Vr«tnim»trr 
ofi thr I6th day of Junr ; and pumtuint thrn^o «n inquiMtiofi wa» takm at 
Nonnirh in I^* Shrin*h(>u« on MondAy nrit «Arr th* frsst of tbr .\p«»«tlrt 
Simon and Judr, 2t> llt*n. VI. hrforr llrnrv Drunr. rwlMtor of thr coun- 
Itrs of Norfolk «nd Sutfolk, which drikcrihc^ tht* joint «riiin of thr drrraM^l, 
«ith Joan hisi wifr «ur\-ivinir. to thrm and thr hrin of tbrtr bodir*, of the 
hooour and manor of Womiriray, vith thr manon of Slowrbanlolf, N(»nh 
Run|(t(»n, and larrtwrll, in Mnrharo, hy %inur of thr Irltrn patmt of thr 
thm KinfT. a« a1«o (»f thr manon (»f Qwynhurirh, l^antlrr, uid SinisDp^irh, 
conjointly with thr l^dy Annr (*oh«*ham, by %inue of Irltrn patmt of 
llrnr^* IV. and of thr man(»r (»f (*ai»tor, aflrr thr drcrftte of Sir William 
Ilanl(»lf, kni):ht, hy Yinur of Irttrn pat«*nt of thr ibm Kiii|r« and m*Ib fonh 
tbrir ri^ht to tW n*vrr%i(»n (»f thr moirtit*^ of •uch maiN»n a» wrrr brld hj 
tbr wiid Aiinr aArr hrr drrra««* hy virtur of Irltm patml of thr tainr 
Ktni;. llir findin*; a« to thr landt of hi« (»wii iDbrrttancr in thi» «*«iunty 
WM to thi« rffrct : ** (*t dicunt (]uo«l dirtut Willrlmut fbrlipp trnuil con- 
junctim cum pn*fata Joanna usorr i»ua dir qiio obiil in dominiro «uo ut dr 
fro«lo ({uoddam ho^piciitm vocatum * IWmr\'t Inn/ in NorwHro in ccmiiutu 
prrdicti» v\ diiiH» «*t fiH»fraiiN*nto J(»hanni« IVlham, Simooit Fribriinr, Andrrr 
Dotrlrr niilituni, Thonir IX*rhani, Au|ni«tini Strattoo* Willrlmi liambrrfrh, 
el Kicanli (tr|:h |»tT (|uandam cmrtam tuaro tuprr capcioom bujut iiK|uiti- 
tiontt ind«*iitatr niroilitrr oi»tm^ro, «*itd«^ WiHrlino Pbelipp rt Jobannr, 
brrrtlihu* «*t at«ifrnatit tuit iin{irrprtuum indr factit. Kl dimnt quod 
Tboma« nuprr doiuinut dr MorU*, Johannrt I Irvminirbaai ailr»* WtllrU 
mut ra!»ton, WilU-lmut Y<*hrnon armi{ri*n, JohannM Krckr clrhcut, Wil- 
felniu (jood«* armigi*r, Johannrt I\itt(»k, Jobannet (tood« cl WtUrlmua 

* ThM mtri u|M*ii thr K.41 uf l^Ktm PaMt «m |Mir«atAt lo tW tlatvt* 19 II««l VI. 
Cttp. 1. !•« rnartmc, " OmI «»f r^rni ««ffr»ol brmAArr arttl tu tb# (*WarrlWir ti Kftttal, 
tlir lUv of thr «Ulr of ibr «Irlnrrv •*( thr Mmr tu thr dMOrrllur alufclJ b# r«it«r«4 *i nrarl 
la tbr <*KAni^. •II<1 ihAt thr (llAOr^rlKtr <Xo CAIM» iHlrfV |«tc«t to b« ■miiW «fM tb« 

mmm •arT«fii, b«Ann« <Ui« tbtf 4t j v# Ibt tti4 «Ulivtrj iato CVAMtry, «»4 mI Vt/Un la 
a*y cMr.** 

JiitriniifTi ninis- nu lihuitaii^ jn:t:^ji;:i\f "N;ti»Jrtf\* As.w>ofc«rk -«'»»<»''^*''*»»h^ 

n U'""'- H'T «3» larn-it n ^«- .-li-^r'! <• fr-itmct.wn» % irt >.i* ^^-x* » ♦. V.^''^'** **** 
Xf Sr ••tiiu. Lr^i.urra»n. vi.;^!... t.!*.' ya^-^.-s: n jW >fc»«v o».» n»>. • = ^ '^ ** 
im. — * ^i! jMr-j: riiaii:i.i> ^•id^i.i*^ .v *\"^:.ii4i'Kvti \ i»,*^ ^jv^t^ .».t» \-,..:«** 
acn» rlt»*- ru ntiin "mni. inj n»jT>ar * uct^c. viit^.* ,V»r». i- v. a\ .W .-^* "^ «■• • •" 
fnvusaRir' l«i*x&. JLnifi. ' Hvn.-v "ac^l^fr >.i»i ».jt; ,- v^- t ,K ^ti»^ *\\* %- 'i ■> 

rf ildcuc. tuciu- n "ri'* v*^-a.:^ .1: «.**r. ^*.--^. .t rK' crx*! .>»*m* Ns^vv-*. >i,x'-'^^«* 
:€ iinijT- riATrrf, *:2»i, i^N:a:: ri-i- ^twb. *ts\ j.-;a,- v< ^^««M.T^ifv ^va av%,*^ 

Wc%c ii zifi *p* :i i.^ ?'""J^ ^^-^ -.LT •-J»^.v;> . S.'^ .r *?..'". :S%J >,* %^* ■•^vi .•• it ••» K.^-X -^ 
Er^cztCSiia. vr-i Vr.cirf-r .-if >cr J.-i^.r. K.r-.v.rc^.k-.', av,*. «V.^.^Ai-kA >* .%' ,Nt S-.\ N\ .,,>*^>^ 

«^ tfaeK naacnk Juibc-^sciu pcr^uAT.x to th«r ^nt \\| thx'> \*i »\l' .)wl>, l\* iho f>^'U»\Ai\M «>« 
Xoeioik aAd Svi?vxk. Aa ;r.,iu»;:K^n %** uVo:* M Krj ,*.v4:h*m *m^ iUi? ;M ^<\x %^ \»»\\mi\V«m, 
7 Hen. VI., 14-5. Tht- tl:id:r..j: «** to t!:»> clToo: " i^^iu^.l »liolu« IW\»««* Ixov »s*U\%* 
die Joiii anno reCTi sui prinuv. jvr U:tor**!tUA* jv»tontO"**\u't»» n^rs^twrxU»'» ««jsm »v*|»*'um»»»« 
hnjiBi inqubitionis »»ton5aL<. intor ali* ivntVxMt Thomo Kr|»)u>ihAm oIuxaUm u\ ♦lu»l»» 
brevi nominato, per nomon »liKvti rt ti»U»Ji* militi^ «ui rU»»mo Ki^^^.xuiiU^ui. «»t l»«»UoH»» 
Haje clerico, »c Roborto Lynibun» olorus», ."^^Uiuo <«u|»^iMiti« A»t »»|»u« IK»iuUii ni»»iut» 
Erpyngham prioratum do Toftx* ct mAuori» »lo Tortx'» ot ll»»iH|«»«io lu \s»mit.»tu |»iv«U»'l»«. 
ona cum omnibus docimi!», \o. tn» mu»<l IXnuinui» Uov uiiuo «io oi««I«mu |«h««i.uu »•! «i.»u»' 
nis seisitus et inhoreditatu* «\*t, tououd.n i»il»i ot hor»^lil»U!» '»ui«», ^irlulo «Mvlund.»!)» •lUuU U» 
parliamento domini nupor Ro^i.<« npud l.o\on«lritim. {»nn»t n*^nl ■ui ««sMimlo ii<nti», «ilHo, 
«t pretextu paci.s intor diotuiu domiunm niipor Uoi^mu ot KnmlMm, i»»um ilw-tl «lnmlnl 
Regi.^ nnnc, nupor Kogom Fmnoio, inito ol fHoti»." Tlio \nliii» ol" lliU |iiIiim «nil muiiuii» 
was 30/1. annually, and ho iM dtvUrcd to Iiiim< Iii<IiI iiu nllmr IimhU In llm i'iMinl> I liu 
finding as to tho day of hii* ili»<'i>aiu« niul um to liii» lii<u, ia llm «111111« nn In |Im> liM|iilMilliin hI 
Farringdon, savu that IiiN hrir, Sir Williiini IMii<li|i|i, (■ n.iiil lu Im« llilily )i>i«iit iiml u|t»«iiiiU 
of agc : a corre<'t statoinont. 'riii« nlirti priiMv nf riifi Munki» Hiuinitill lu llii< itlilii>> uf 
8t. Pcter and Paul at Proaiix, noar Pniit Aiid<<iiiiM-. Iii l.<iwi«r Niiiinitni|> , nimI IIm> mkiimi* 
of H<jrstead helongo^l to tlif ul»lM«y of tlio ll<ily rniiltv »it Chimi. 

CAMI). .soc. 'J a 

rUiviii pRr.rArR. 

Iibrni%rrunt H ft*«itr«i\t'nint pn*fiiti« Willrlino fhrliiip niilitt rl Johannr 
utori «-ju«*, halM*ii«la ri««iriii Willi liii«i |'h«-Iip|> H JiihaniM* «t hiTiilitiiit «Ir 
rorpori' «■jii«(i«*in \\ ill«*liiii I'h<-li|ip «■%i-untihu«, rt ()u(n1 «i nititiiiirit rtiii«(i m 
\Vill«*liiiiim l'h«*lipp •ir.«* hi*r« «!«• lii' i-.»r]Mirr «uo r\«-uritr ohirr, %i«i-iit«* Kati*- 
rin.n uion* .\ii<lri*«* n«>t\IiT iiuliti*, m u ahtpio \«<l ali(|ua h«*milurii «!«■ ior:>«>rr 
pn^lirti' Kat4 riiir lt>'iltiu>«* «•Xfunti*. (piti«i tunr cad^^m nuiM-rij nini |>« rti- 
n«*titii«i |M)«t in«>rtiiii ]»n^lit-tf Jtihauiu* uiiin^ *u«* ini^-vri' n*siian«'n'(it pn f.iti- 
Kati riti«\ «i ip*A atl tuiu' «u|n r«T«*« fut-rit. )uilM'ii(La »ihi H hrr^^itUi* «m* •!•• 
r<jr|Mirr »110 rtcut.tihui : «'t «1 ip«a Katrrina adtunr m«>rtua ri»titit. al:tfMi> 
Trl aliqua h«*n*«lum «l«* ror|M»n* •iin ••««•uiitium aiitiinr •u|«rr*titi*, v\ (unr 
racl«'iii manrria runi |MTtin«ntii« n^maii«*n^rit hrrrciiim* «ii* <f>r]Mirr prif.itr 
Katrrinr «•iruiitihu<*. Kt »i «>uiiir« hiiju«iiio«li hrntic*^ «ir r(>r|Mirr pr«-fatr 
Kati-rinr lt*);ittuiir «•\«-iiiit«*<i miu* li«*r«*«ir <ir rorp«>nhu« «u:* livittiUM^ rt 
M*|tar.itim rsrtintr «>lii«'ruiit. «pKMi tunr rad^^m inaiirna ruin |H'rtii)«'i.tii« 
rrrti* hrn^tiiliu* ]ir«'f,it«* Katrrinr n*iiian«'n-ut im|irr])i*linini. .S antiin jn*- 
fat.i Kat«-niia «iin- h«n<l«' «i«* rorj^on' «tio «■^«•tiiitr ol>irrit, (jtiiMi tuijr «aiiifu 
niaiirri.i ruiii ]MTtiti«-iitii« {Mi*t iiit>rt«*in |ir«'<ii«'tr JohaniM* i«-«ti* iirn^l }.u« 
pn-«i.( ti W illrlnii l'h« lipp n^manrrriit im{Hr|H*tuum. Virtutr (iiju* f*-<>!Tj- 
niniti iithin \Vill« hiiu« Phrlijip rt J^ihanna dr manrni* illi* rum {« rti- 
n<*ntii* «*t .i«i%ocati(>n«' (inilicta fti«*riint ««*i«iti in forma {>n*«ii(ta rt •t.itum 
vuiiMi iiidr rontinii.i\«'ntnt tota %ita i|>*iu« Willrlmi ltH*li{>{). Kt d rur.t 
<pi<i<l xh in Will«-linii« |*ht-l'.]ip tciiuit ad ti-niuiiuin %itr «im* dir <}iii> 1 
ni.u.i nuiii dr II(>r*t«-df (utn {M-rtiti«-iitn« 111 «-«uiiitatu {>nti:no n iiiin)*«.(>nr 
IliMir:i-i .irthn {•t«('<>pi i'.intiiari«-ti«i*. Jti)uiiii)« «•{ii*ri>{ii |lathiinMTi«.< «t 
\\« !l. t>i*. W ill< Inii «|it»inpi \««,i%«-n«t«. W inrlmi rpi«ro|ii ,>anim. W til- 
rhiu «•«»mt!i« Suffiilrir, Johanni« S»ntrr*«t, 'lliomr IWkin|rtoii. 1^1 ar.ii 
.\n>!rr«ir. «'t Adauii Mi>lc\n« ( liTitoruni. ,f«>h.ii:iii'« llanipton. Jarohi IVn^*. 
rt W illi-liiii rn**hini. ft-(>tf itnruiii l(*t;>*. n*%«T*i«inr indr |>o^t ini.rtrtn 
rjii*di'iit W iU< lini l'h«-l:()(> iiMiitii •{«i taiiir." 'Ilir lalur «>f thr 
hon<»<ir an.l iii.iti(ir ff WrrTuc,:.i\ hi Id of thi- Kuiir hv m.l tari «rr^irr •»• 
•?«i/i ; .S'.iv«rli.iril«df. :^>/i. : Niirth Kuii^rttin. |t»/i. ; .ind rarr^«iM. in 
I"\» I*» ni.irk* ; <^-A\i.Urjh. .iM/i. ; ('.ititV^. i»t» marlL« ; >tn*TiiV 
•hawi. lo/i ; ('ai^tiir. t!i»/i. . |Urii«\'« It>n. lnld «-f thr Trior cf tiir llt.Iv 
Trn:t\ of Norwuh 111 «iMit:*' h\ (kiwiutit of niir firthuifr on f-lattrr d« jr for 
all icrkncr, wiirth nothinir iiriond n*pntr« ; Krpinffiiaro manor brld «jf Juhn 

PKEFACB. Clxxix 

Doke of Norfolk as of his manor of Hanworth, 20/t.; and Gerherges 
manor of John Lord of Dacre, as of his manor of Horseford, 10 /*.* " Et 

♦ In the Nomina Villarum, 9th Edw. II. 1316, for the county of Norfolk, Hundredum 
de Soth Erpyngham, we read, " Erpingham cum Ingworth, et sunt domini ejusdem, 
Robertus de Erpingham, Willelmus Gerberge, Edwardus filius eju», Prior de Faken- 
hamdam, Petrus de Brampton, Henricus de Coleby.^* Hanworth is a manor in the 
handred of North Erpingham, and was then held by John Mowbray Duke of Nor- 
folk ; and Parkin, the continuator of Blomefield, in ignorance of this tenure of the 
manor of Erpingham, informs us that Sir William Phelip Lord Bardolf died seiaed of the 
manor of Belhoui»e in Hanworth, and that William Viflcount Beaumont held it in the be- 
ginning of Edward the Fourth'8 rcign. In Domcsday this manor of Erpingham waa of 
the land of Roger Bigot. Horseford was the site of a castle, and descended in the line of 
ClaTering, Ufford, Bowet, to Elizabeth Bowet, the heircas, wife of Thomaa Lord Dacre 
of the South, and not John, as written in this inquisition. Under Erpingham Mr. Parkin 
appenda thi» note, in rcference to William Phelipp, Lord Bardolf : — "In 1415, 3 Hen. 
y. he was hired to scrve the King with 12 men at arms and 24 archcrs, and to attend him 
OTer the sca in his own person for three months, beginning June 22, and to be ready at 
Southampton ; he was to be paid out of the next fifteenths grantcd by the laity. He 
•ealed with his arma, Quarterly gules and or, in the first quarter an eagle displayed 
argent; crest a garb or, and circumscribed ' Sigillum Willielmi Phelip militis.*"* The 
helmet on his monumcot is surmounted by this crest. In 1430 Sir William Phelipp, 
knight, and Joan, his wife, presented Joan Keche, namcd in the tcxt, to the chureh of 
8t. Mary Erpingham, who was deceased in 1435. The following charter is of importance 
in clearing up the confused account of the Norfolk Topographer : — ** A Justice de Cestre 
ou a son Lieutenant, &c. Robert de Erpingham et Johan son filz et Johan de Colby, 
chivalers, salu^. Come done nous soit a entendre que Isabelle la file Monsieur Richard de 
Stockport mourut seisi en son demeigne de certains tenements en la dit counte, a quel • 
Isabell John fit^ Monsieur Edward de Warrenn, a ceo que nous avons entondus de 
notre part, est cozen et droito heire. Et pur certain nous vous facions assavoir que Ci- 
cilie, la file Monsieur Nichole de Eton, (ust marie au dit Monsieur Edward, et que 
Pavantdit Johan est eisne fit^ et hcire as dits Monsieur Edward et Cicilie et nee^ et en- 
gendre^ dedeins les espoeailes. As queux choses tesmoigner a cestes lettres patentes noua 
avons mis nos seales. Done a Erpingham le viii. jour de Marj Tan du reigne du Roy 
q*or est quarantequart (8 Mar. 1370).** To this dced these thrce seals remained attached : 
a fesse of seven fusils between 3 escallops, circumscribed, " Sigillum Johannis de Colby ;*' 
an incseutcljeon between eight martleU, circumscribed, " Sigillum Roberti de Erping- 
ham ;" and the same, ^ith a label of three points, circumscribcd, " Sigillum Johannis 
de Erpingham." Hence, in the interval between the date of this charter and the first 
day of August following, these two knights, father and son, were both deceased, and the 
heir was Sir Thomas Erpingham, the younger brother of the latter, and not the son, as 
Mr. Parkin has conjectured. These manors and advowson had been enfeoffed to three 
persons, who in right thereof presented to the church in 1372, of which the advowson was 

ilutiiit i{iiim| ilfiiri«'u«. AlitM Juhaiiiii* Viiii-dtiuli^ iWauiiiont ct I.liMU-th«* 
i)ii|>«r ii\ori« i-jiM. fiht* |iniiK-ti \\ lUfhiii l'h«-h{»|> «t Jiihaiiii«*. «-«t ri»ii«aii- 
puiii II» «t hi-r»'* i-jii«<lrm WtlMiiii l%*h(>{» {•rii]iiiit|tiit>r, vi t^l rtjli* •« |iti-iii 
AiiitMiinii «'t .ini{<hii<.*' 

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thi' I.«ftcr4 l'.-it«'iit of lli'fir\ thi* r<Mirth aixl thi»««* uf Ilrnr\ th<* .^i\!h 
gr.iiitiiij; thr r«\t*r*iiiii <if th«* ii>iM«'tir« a« ii)»i>\«*, aml «l«**rnli«*« thi- ji^.i.r 
»ri/iti nf thi* «.1111«' {>arti«'4 «jf th«* iiL\iii>r of ('a\thuq>i* «ilh it» \ilK, liorih 
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it^ \it!^. L'0/i. ; a* aUo a thinl at N«'w.i'k U^fon* John ('ur««in t«> th«* ^itiM- 
rtr«vt a« thi' ttbo\«* a« to ihr iiiaiior «>f Stokr lianh^lf an<l thr ni€itrt\ «»1 thjt 
€»f .**h«lfon!, i»f thr \«arl\ \.ilu«' «if •ii»/i ( )n thr Tui"*«la\ f<ill«i«: .^* an 

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I)rur\. thr rMh«ali>r. whuh n<it«» ihr l^rltrr^ l^airnt of ll«-nr\ th« >nth, 
^ratitiiij thr iii.ini»r nf ( l<»{tti(n. \»hi<-h h.iil Ui*!! latr kM*li>n;;in^ (•> Wiihant 
lianhilf kiii;;hl. hn»thi r i»f Thi>ni.i* Lit«' Lonl uf |ianl«>If. a« alM)\r. an<l ihr 
joint •li/iii «if ihr *.inir {mrlii**». ."iinl .iN»» a ft-^.fTuirrl hv Ka.{»h .\iM« rh % . 
John (Ir Niiruiih. J><hii llii<*<».ip' rhi{'Uin. aiiil .Ti>hn (irnwm. «.th t(;r 
KiiiL''^ lii-rnrr, of thr iiiiifir of Itki-tt\ •hall. ratlrd IUnh>lfr« IIaII. m 
M'tt!iiii<nt ii;>i»ii 'rhiiiiiai Kiti' of Ikiniolf aii<i .\\i«-u hi« «ifr mini ihr 
h«'ir« !•! th *ir Ixtilii ^. ;ifi«-r wh«i«i' <!«-<-i-u*4' th«' |»arti«'« alM>Tr tiAni«*«l ha<l 
MM/i!i itf thr « iriir iiianor. «o < iiMiinui^! «ithi»ut {artiliiin «lurint: t}ir 
ifthi>!> liti' cf >ir W illiain l'hrti{»'{i.* .\« to ljn<i« of ht« o«u itihi ntani~« «r 

III ri tif« U ! w., ti iK. \i.U>f • f II i!ni jiri 1 lii<* [••nl •-/ th** nuiKir lnl4U*.H|f I'. ..^ 
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PREFACB. clxxxi 

have this finding : *< £t dicunt quod Willelmus nuper episcopus Norwici,* 
Radulfus Cromwell chevaler, dominus de Tatersale, Johannes Typtoft 
chevaler, dominus de Powys, Simon Felbrigg chevaler, Johannes Heven- 
ingham chevaler, Johannes Wodehous armiger, Willehnus Paston, Tho- 
mas Derham, Willelmus Yelverton, Willelmus Goode, armigeri, Johannes 
Kecke clericus, et Johannes Puttok fuerunt seisiti de manerio de Denyngton 

those of the 31st day of Jan. 16th year of his reign, as to the reversion of tho moieties of 
Cathorp, &c. held by the sanie partiesand Anne Lady Cobham; and those of the lOth May, 
16th ycar of his reign, as to the manors of Ilalloughton, Castro, and Clopton, with this 
clauae following ; '* Nos, bona et laudibilia servicia, que dilectus et fidelis eonsanguineus 
nocter Johannes Vicecomes de Beaumont nobis impendit indiesque impendere non desistit, 
eztunc contemplantes, dc gratia nostra speciali, conccssimus quod dicta honor et mane- 
rium de Wyrmegayc, &.c. que prefata Joanna sic tenet in forma predicta, et que, si ipsa sine 
herede de corpore suo et corpore dicti Willelmi Phelipp procrcato obire contigerit, ad nos 
et heredes nostros reverti debebant, eo quod predictus Willclmus Phelipp mortuus est, ac 
medietates dictorum maneriorum de Cathorp, &c. que quidem medietates, &c. post 
mortem predicte Anne ad predictam Johannam ct heredibus de corpore ipsius Johanne et 
de corpore predieti Willelmi Phelipp exeuntibus virtute dictarum littcrarum patentium 
eisdem Willelnio et Johanne inde confectarum remancri debebant, eo quod predictus 
Willelmus Clyiford sino hercde de corpore suo et corpore predicte Anne procreato obiit, 
ut pre:Iiotum cst, et que post niortes earumdcm Anne et Johanne, si ipsa Johanna sine 
herede de corpore suo et corpore prefati Willelmi Phelipp exeunte obire contigerit, ad 
noe et heredes nostros reverti debcbant, ac etiam alie medietates maneriorum de Clopton 
et Castre, que quidem &.e. (ut supra) prefato Johanni Vicecomiti de Beaumont integre 
remaneant, habenda et tencnda sibi et heredibus de corpore suo exeuntibus imperpe- 
tuum de nobis ct hercdibus nostris per ser\-icia inde debita et consucta. Teste Rege apud 
WestmonMterium xxx" die Augusti.'' 

Hence, in case of failure of issue of his deceased wife, under this grant he would have 
been tenant in tail of the lands belonging to the family of Bardolf in Norfolk, Suffolk, 
Lincolnshire, Leieestershire, and of the manor of Birling in Sussex, with remainder to 
any heir of his body. By his second wife, Katharine, Duehcss of Norfolk, hc had issue 
one daugliter, Katharine, married to Henr}' last Lord Grey, of Codnor, com. Derb., to 
whom she waa second wifc. Milles in Iiis Catalogue of Ilonour makes John Viscount 
Boaumont, father of Joan wife first of Sir William Willoughby, brother of Robert Lord 
Willoughby, and secondly of William Marquw of Berkeley; but Dugdale, on the authority 
of evidences at Berkeley, says Hho was daughter of Sir Thomas Strungi^ays, knight, 
swond husband of the Duchcjw of Norfolk. 

♦ William Alnwick, Bishop of Norwich, 27 Feb. 142G, had been translated to Lincoln 
19th Scpt. 1436, and hencc the description as late Bishop of Norwich. lle died 5 Dec. 

dxsxh pfttrACB. 

rt «liroratiofir rrrle^ir rjuMirm TtUr, tc dr nuinrnit dr Himklr et FKrlippr* 
cuni {M*rtiii<-iiiits ar rtiain ci«* iuan«'ho <ir Hnindyfth V(»rato Ir Frmir rum 
»ut4 |NTtiiirntii«, in rt»niitalii |in*<lirto, in diiiiiiniro «uo ut «ir fr<i<io. V.i 
maiit'ri.1 lUa rtMii |MTtiii«*ritii4 vt a<l%<M-ari<in«* {irrtiirta prr i|iian<iani rartam 
•uam iii<l<*ntatam jurahirilnt^ hnjii^ iii<|iii«itii»ni<i iii(imtatr mtm«am (tinii- 
•rntnt pnfat«« \ViUrlni<i rh«-lip|» «*t Johannr utori r|u« ad tuur Mi|M*r«titi, 
halM'ii<U «*t t<'ii«'ii<li u<i t<*niiiiiitiii %it«' «Miriiiii h altrriu« r^intm (lnit.u* 
vi%(*iiti«, ah«<|ii(* iiii|M-ti( iniK* «t (Mlufi))>iiia, ita <]it<Mi «i ali(|iii» Krr<'« ma*riilii« 
pnHliftoritni Willclnii l'h<-li)»{» «-t Jnhatiiif dt* r(»r|Mirihutt «uit IrfpttinH* )ir<>. 
cn*Atii« \«*1 rii<>it« i\iMf% \Villi'linitiii «*t J«»haniiam rt rtirum utruni«fiir 
■u{M*r%i\(*nt, «|it(Ml tunr {M»«t ntortrm {>rr<iirtonim Willc*lmi fhrh)»}! «-t 
JohnniH* rt (*onint utriii*()iH*, pn^^lii^ta niaii«*riA «*t adYoratio rum prrtin<'n!it« 
mt«ifn* n*ntaii«Tcnt J«ihaiini IUMiiiiit»nt, (i'iinino «ir Folli\nfrhani. rt F/ii/a- 
brthc u\ori cju*, tili«* pn^^li^-toruut WiUcluii l*h«'lipp rt JohaiiiH*, lulM-n<ia ct 
t4*n«'ti(la ci«(lcin Johaiuii lU^aunioiit <*t I.lifa)M'th<* rt hrn*<iibu« «ir rorportlHi* 
ipiiiu« Johaitni« iUMittiiont <*t I'Ji<alM*th«* ricuntthuii. F.t «i rtmtinirat (jiiiHi 
Oullu« hcn*« iiiaM-ulii« {>n*<ii«*tontin W ill<*lmi l*hrlipp «^t Johannr «ir ror]M»- 
nbu« «ui« h-inttinK' )inM*n*atii« i{i«4»« Willdmum I*hrlipp rt Johannam rt 
utnintifiic «'oruin !»u)M*r%)\crit, %cl ()ii(Mi pmlK tu« Johannr* Ilraumoiit rt 
KliraUtha *>in(* hcn*<ic dc roqMirihit« *iti« cicuntr cibirrint* «{uofi titnr {irr- 
dirta niaiicna «*t ad\(M*ari(i rum {M*rtiiH*iitii» ad prrfat(M rpt«r(»{>um. Kr. rt 
b<*n*ilc<i «uo« rc%<'rt<'iitur. F.t <l)(-iint ({immI iiuI1u« hrn-ii ma«rulu« prr<liriorum 
Willcluii |%'1')>{» <*t .loh.innc <h' (-iir)Minhit« iiui% h-cittimr {inirrralii« i{>«um 
Willcltiiuin l*h<-li)»)t *ii{^cr%i\it. F.t «ir diriint ({ikmI pn*diriu» WtUrlniut 
Phcli)*)> «-t J<»h.-iuna (otijutu tint tciiu* riitit nuixTia lUa rt advoraruMH-m 
prrdu tatn. n-%<T«iMii<* unh* )>n*fato r)»i^o)M». Ar.<'t hrmiil»u« «lut |mmi nicrtrm 
pmiirtc Johannr •{M*rtant<*. Ft dirunt ({ikmI pn*fatu« WilU*lmuft I*hrh{>p rt 
RolM*rtii« l{oit» iiU)M*r fucniiit •><*ioitt in doniiniro «Ui» iit dr fmdo ^ mat.rrio 
dr ('rct\n;:hant riiiti )H-rtifi*-Mtii« iii (oiuitatu pn*di<'to «*t manrrium lUiim 
ruin )M*rtii)<-i)tu* {M*r i|ii.iiidaiii (art.itn «11.1111 jurulonhu« huju« in<)ui»iti*>iii« 
ind( i)tat<* o<*t<fi«atti diui!*«Tiiut ct fc> •if.nrritnt W ilUdmo itu{irr <-{»i«copo Nof- 
vin. Ar. «i>)M r«>til>u« ar .lohaiiiii W«Ml<>h»>u« rt Johanni K«vhr «U*funrUt 
haN-ttdiiin «-t ti fit nduiii ^i\*\ vX licrc<lihu* «'t .i««i;:iiati« «ui« im{trrprfuum, 
%irttitc I i:jii« fi «111.111)1*11? 1 ihli tit W iUcltiiii« nii{^'r «{»i*ri>{Mii Siimiri, Ar. 
fu«'rutit itidc •«-(«iti 111 <l«*ttiiiii<'«) ftiK» ut dc fctHlo <t {irmii»rrunt pnrfatum 
Willrlnium l^hrlip^* uiru{karr prrdictiim manrnum ad rorum nJuntAlroi. 

PREFACE. clxxxiii 

Et sic dicunt quod idem Willelmus Phelipp nichil habuit in eodem manerio 
cmn pertinentiis vel in aliqua parcella ejiisdem post dimissionem et feoffa- 
mentum predictum nisi solummodo ad voluntatcm dicti nuper episcopi 
Norwici, &c. Et dicunt quod prcfatus Willelmus Phelipp tenuit die quo 
obiit conjunctim cum Waltero domino de Hungerford milite, Willelmo 
Yelverton, Thoma Ingham, Willelmo Ede, et Johanne Puttok adhuc super- 
stitibus manerium de Wylbey cum advocatione ecclesie ejusdem ville in 
comitatu predicto sibi et heredibus et assignatis suis imperpetuum ex 
dono et feoffamento Thome Tudenham militis, Johannis Fitzrauff, et 
Oliveri Groos, eis inde et heredibus et assignatis factis." The manors 
of Clopton, of 10 /t. yearly value, and of Ilketteshall, 20 /i. were held 
of the King in chief ; and the aforesaid manors of Dennington lO/i., 
Brakle 5/«., Phelippes 10/«., and Brundish werc held of the Earl of Suffolk 
in socage'; and as to Cretingham, 10//. it was not held of the King in 
chief, nor was its tenure then known to the jurors ; and that of Wylbey, 
10/*. was likewise held of the Earl of Suffolk, but by what service the 
aforesaid jurors were ignorant at that present time. 

A fifth inquisition was taken at Lewes 2nd day of November, 20 Hen. VI. 
before Amold Brocas, escheator of Susscx, as to the manors of Plumpton 
and Beikham, otherwise Barcomb, which had been in the tenure of Sir 
William Bardolf,* with reversion to the parties named above, by virtue of 

* Sir William Bardolf, knight, had been Lieutenant of the Captain of Calais, Richard 
Earl of Warwick, during the reign of Henry V. and died without iusue on Sunday, the 
feast of St. James the Apostlc, 25 July, 1 Henry VI. 1423, seized for the term of his life 
of the manor called Kingeshall, in Clopton, togethcr with the advowson of the church of 
Debach, belonging to the same manor, worth 40«. unnually, held of the lord the King 
in chief by fealty, and the render of one pair of gilt spura, price 6<f., for all servicea, 
according to an inquisition taken at Woodbridge, com. SufT. on Wednesday next alter 
the feast of the Exaitation of the Holy Cross, in the second year of the reign of Henry the 
Sixth after the Conquest, 15 Sept. 1423, before Edmund Wynter, the King^s escheator in 
the said county, which has this finding : " Dicunt quod predictus Willelmus Bardolf obiit 
die dominica in festo Sancti Jacobi Apostoli ultimo preterito, et quod Anna nuper uxor 
Wilielmi ClifTord militis defuneti et Johanna nunc uxor Willelmi Phelipp militis sunt 
consanguinee et heredes predicti Willelmi Bardolf propinquiores, videlicet, filie Thome 
fratris predicti W^illelmi Danlolf. Et dicunt quod predicta Anna est etatis triginta- 
quatuor annorum et amplius, et quod predicta Joanna est etatis triginta-tres annorum ot 
amplius.** The jury, on a second iuquiaition, taken at Cantley, in the county of Norfolk, 
on Saturday next after tbe feast of the Natirity of Blened Maiy the Virgin, llth Sept 

tht* IfttiTt |iati*nt of Kints llenn IV. (Utrd I9th July. ninth \4«r uf hi« 
mint, an<i of th<MH* of ll«*nrv \'l. clat«'<i ^ll JaniuirT, tiiti^i^nth vi*ar «if hi« 

iM^irr \\\r vkTwr r*rh«-Ai..r. fniintl A« fiiil<i«« " (^•■■1 •liKiiino* llrnnr«« ttop^ l(r« ^r»-!*** 
piMl ('«•ti<|ii«-«lunt •|uartii«. ««ua iltittiini Hi i;i« tuinr, yr-t litlrnMi 0UM p*|rfi(r«. 4-««^:» 
«lAluiit «^t tii' •Ik' Aui{u«(i Jirin*! r^iftti «ui ««'«t*!. «■inr«*Mit H iIlrioK* B*Mi4f mihti iti iw fit 
IkfTfi iiiftiiiiiAto iiiAiii-rui 'Ir (^»«ni>rri()i, (Aiilr !•■.•! ^trutu|>r«hA|(h. cain «mtniiiu» |«-rYiii':.ti • 
in rtttiiitatu |in<«lii'(u, utia «-utti »•!«•■ ^ i>>iiitua «•« {«-«lArum rt fnialM milituttt *•! |rct •• 
BAnrna {•«•rtin«-titil>u«. '{'ir |irr f>>n«f.u-turaru •l<>nuni riiomr, nti|irr «l«iaiini «'r |Wr! f. 
Afd inAiiii« i|*«iu« tiu|irr Kri;w •IrtriK-runt, h»l>«ii>lA |*mli'-|4* WUIeliiM |irt> Irniitn») y\\f • ■•- 
itt fiiniiA in ri«>l« ui littrn* «-fnlrntA . iiut» i-rrtr^tu |>nNlir<iu Willrimu* iVkrt^if !r 
BAnrrii* |irr«lirtM 1 um i«rrtin« nlii* fuit •ruiitu* tn tltioitniru mk* uI dr lilM-m tr«trn.« >.*.• 
Kl <li«*unt «lutvil |«M(ra hlrni iiuiM-r Kr« |i« r liltrnui ■um i«lriitM •Im-Im jarftttMn? u« • {-r 
cm|irt<»nrni huju* iti')ui«iti<>tii« iti *ti*lriittA •«itrn^.i*, •|UAruiii «Lalutn r*t ft|*u<l H r«4t:» - »* 
tfTiuiit •l«viiiiii iii>ti<^ 111«- Juiiii •tiii«> n-tftii «111 iiono, iittrr alu M^tLan-l«» '|ii'«l •li!**^: • * • 
Wiltt-lniu* ('lifT<>r>l •lii%jkl«r rt Kuu* u%>>r «ju* rt Wijlrlmu* l^hrlii.p. nutw- mil>« *\ 
Jifhatina ut»»r«Mu«. f^lir «t Iwr»'»!'"* rimnir •{••tiiini «Ir mnhilf «Irfunrti. nI-i •|r«|rrunt •■! 
trlliici «|itftlitrr i<l* III tiuiM-r K< x \\\' «lir \ui;u«ti. Aiin«« rricni «ui •ruto, |apr liitrnM ••.m 
pnlrnt«-« «-••nrr^wit |-r«-li<t<* \\ illrliii«> lUrl>^lf, |« r n«>nirn Willrlnii l&*nl«Jf r|..*a>«. 
nuuirna |irr<li4-tA « uiii |«-ninrntii* |H'r ni>niinA iiMnrr.<«nim dr (^««nVrKh, Cjintrl* «•< 
Htmui|M*«»tiji.;ii luiti «•uuuSu* {•••rtitirntiia iti •-••titiiAtu N.trf^>l«'ir, «|ur .|ui>lra tnAfi'r*,a .«« 
■wnu* pn-lnti tiu|«* r •I->tiiMii K**i;i« tAii'|u-»ni f>>ri«fM*tA *^'^utti^ n^lwlli^iiiM ^^t TH«*cn«m 
«lcMtiitiuin 'Ir llarliilf fA<-tr il<*«rri<nint, lialirn la rt trnrn<lji ri>|rm Willdroi* ll*r*l'-«f »^1 
iMtninuni «itr «ur, rrtrr«i«inr itwlr ri.lrm nu|irr Kr^i r«-*rr«4tA« <lr Kr»tM •«>* «im-uIi h 
i|r A«M ti*u •-••tiMilii «ui ri |<«-r litKtd •lu«-rittarutii ti.»r>-Anini »<1 (•f*u« Mium tiklutum, intrr 

•ll* •^•••lit «t rolii-^-^lt ri*.!riti W ijj^-ltl •• C liff^'r«l rt \litir u«'>n r^f»» 9\ W|l|rlin>t llkcfilp 
trl JotitriM.- iit«iri r; .*• n»«r«i.ti«-« |-r»-ln ••.nini tii.»ri> n..rutti «Ir (^««nlirrKh. Canlrlr^ H 
Slruti->|-*-*i. «ifti •-uiii iiv-rtin* ti!!!*. lijili fi '. •• •■( trrii":il k« • ifctrm W illrlni'* (1ill««r«t rt ^anr 
a%«»n iMi* «t \\ i!l«-liii'i l*l,<Ii||. «t J' hA>)t.' ut> n •;«i« |ir»> trnnimi «itr r« mm H | n» 
Irmtitf « itr itliu* •- r»itti «jui •u|.rr»i&«-nt. rt h»r»'«lti «1« -Ir rttr|«»nhu« r«in»m r%r»inti> u«, 
•t i>ni •l«-fr^*iii r%)tu« r* «mi^ttir ifi>lr prtfAli* tiu|««-r Kri;t r| hrni|ih«» «itM •{M-tAntr im 
^«•ryirtuutii utui ruiii f**»!!* iiiilifutti «t *•!«•«-» i- ni*-u« ••-•-lr«kirum. Ihront rtiMi •|t»n4 
|MtNli>-tu« nu|irr Krft .Ir ul«n*-n i;rAtu ••i» rt «l.- »a»in«u «*»-rH-ilii ■ui prr mtklrtB liftm* 
palrnt«« intrr »lia (MniMv^vMit |>n-fA!i* W iiirltti<i ('iirT>-rl rt \nnr u««in r|iM rt W i.Ulm* 
|*hrli|.|t rt J->liaiiiir u%i-n r>u« «{U^-l •! i| «I Aut l.i rv«|)« ••n •Ir rt»r|««nl«tt* «UM rtrvnlM 
iafiinii»ri ««*i ali'|UAli!rr •-rrtiiirari |-«wint iti f>itur«*rii, 'IU^mI minrr\A |>r«^«liri* mii aiH(aM 
pftrrrll» «N.ruilflrin tJllh»tJl rti«tJint tr| rtt«LA(. u:. 1« |>rr>li«-|r Anrui «rl J«t|i*ntMl <w« 
lHTr«l(i« «tit •uiit «rl |»««»unl h<-rv.iiLAn. <|U>"1 lutt' |<r«-«rfi« r><tirrMi^i •rtt arrv|4*rM>rju«4rMI 
prrfiti* Wiil.irn.' ( li(f< r>l, \rinr, \\ ilh Im^* l*tir|i|i|. rt Jxhinnr, aut «rrMi* i|«iM «rl 
hrrrol^^ -Ir r<iq..^ntu« •ui« ut |>n*mittitur. r«runtrs |-rrjU'liriAlr «rl rtrloMuu la fntar«m 
MMir&iaC-kt. ••^1 .|u^»l \^t\(f lirrt «ihi r< hriv>|il'u« *rti.-nrm, r««ru|>rrmrKinrm. rt >r»fg*um 
pmut pm |ir«iAru«» «uo rt »«antA^i«i •uu mrlia* «t«lrhttar. rj»pi>r«, h*r 


reign, granting the rcversions of the same after the decease ^^^0tlPuiAy 
Cobham ; and in like form as to the manor of Byrling^jll^fEe decease of 

dommtim nuper Regem eis facta seu acceptacioi]^.«^u8dem non obstante. Virtafce ipBiua 
doni et conceMionis predictua^^iltelgaHVSardolf predicti» Willelmo Clifford et Anne, 
Willelmo et Johanne, ^loirilfivit et postea de statu suo predicto inde pretextu premiaeorum 
obiit seiiitus. Et dicunt quod predictum manerium de Quinbergh, cxceptia cxxviii. 
acris terre in eodcm manerio, tenetur de domino Rege in capite per servicium uniua 
feodi militis, et quod predicte cxxviii. acre tcrre tenentur de manerio do Hardyngham, 
per quod servicium ignorant. (Extent.) Et quod advocacionea eocleBie predicte ville de 
Quinbeigh et ecclesie vilie de Gerston pertinent eidem manerio, unde Qwinberg valet x li, 
et GcTBton xx marcas. Cantele manerium cxtentum, et quod advocacio ecclesie predicte 
yille pertinet codem manerio et valct xx libras. Et in manerio de Cantele, vidclicet in 
Tillia Castre Sancto Trinitatis et Caatre Sancti Edmundi in hundredo de Estflegg sunt 
Cerre et curia, et dicunt quod advocatio eeclcsie Sancti Edmundi de Caatre pertinet 
manerio de Cantele ct ^-alct x marcaa, et quod predictum manerium tenetur de domino 
R^^ in capite per servicium unius militis. Strumpshaghe manerium extentum, et quod 
tenetur do Domino Rege in capite per servicium unius militis. Item dicunt quod pre- 
dictus Willelmus Bardolf miles tcnuit die quo obiit in dominico suo ut de feodo manerium 
de Scrouteby in comitatu predicto. (Elxtent) Et dieunt quod predictum mancrium de 
Scrouteby tenetur de Thoma Huntyngfeld per servicium unius feodi militis. £t dicunt 
quod predictus Willelmus Bardolf obiit die Dominica in festo Sancti Jacobi Apoetoii 
ultimo pretcrito, et quod prcdictua Willclmus Clifford obiit sine herede de corporc predicte 
Aune exeunte diu ante mortem predicti Willelmi Bardolf. Et quod predicta maneria de 
Qwinbeigh, Cantele, et Strumpshagh cum pertinentiis predicte Anne ac predictis Willeimo 
Phelipp et Johanne pretextu preniissorum jam rcmanero debent.^^ Hcirs and ages as 
above. Another inquisition vf^ taken at Lewes on Saturday next aiter the fcast of the 
Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 18th Sept. 2 Hen. VI. before Richard Wymeldon escheator, 
which describes the tcnure of tlie deceased in thc same words as thc above in regard of 
the manor of Plumpton, with the liberties and advowson of the church, and the manor of 
Berkompe alias Barkhomc, witli the libertios and advowson of the church, held of the 
castlc of Lewes, in thc county of Sussex. Debach is a smail parish in the hundred of 
Wilford, Suffolk, with its church dedicated to AIl Saints, adjacent to Boulge, with which 
it is now united, and situate in tho deanery of Wilford. Whinborough or Whinburgh, 
with its church dedicated to St. Mary, and Garveston, with its church dedioate<I to St. 
Margaret, are situate in thc hundred of Mitford, and deancry of Hingham. Harding- 
ham is also adjacent, and the manor of Swathings in Hardingham was held of thc Lord<i 
Bardolf by the ancient family of Gumey. Cantley, with its church dedioated to St. Mar- 
garet, is situate in the hundnxl and deanery of Blofleld, and in 1406 John Dowes wms 
presented to this church by Sir William liardolf, knight, and in 1437 Thomas Muriel by 
Sir William Phelipp, in right of Joan, his wife. Caistor or Castor, in the hundred of 
East Flegg, was dividcil anciently into two parishes, St Trinity, givcn by John Ix^rd 

CAMD. SOC. 2 b 


Joan QntkL?^ KngUiod. mith mmiou of the moiHv. •* Kt ulttriut dirunt 
prvdirti jur»loilll>C|J||*i' Mcrimrntum »uum qucMl prior H rouf mtut monAA* 
trrii «*iYi* Pnor»tu« SaMix^^'^^" ^ lA"m^ lunt Mntiti rt pu>Mrt»ionati, rf 
omnrs pnHiccrftM>rfs pmiirti pTW!' ^'i pntlirti licut in jun* moiuLitrni ri 
lori pn^^licti a trmpon* rujun ronlr£ti»:!£ nn^nMiria homioum n<in rxiitit 
furrunt Mniiti rt po<t«r»«iifinati, dr qiudrai^inUi •ohdii tnnui* riruntil»u« «ir 
cuhu *\v l*lrcch)*n|n*, vocata Nrthrrhumr, cuni prrtiiu-iitii» •uit, mrmhn» «iuU 
ouin«'ni de IMumplon, annuatini ad fr«ta I'Mch<* t*t Sancti Michjrlit |icr 
«quAli** )M>rrionri prn*ipi«*ndi«." IIm* anniul valui* uf llumpion hr}«md thr 
•aid n*nl, 2t)/4«: liarcoroh, :?0/i. ; IWrlvng, li>/i. (>n th« tame day an 
inqui^iiKHi wa« talirn at l>4»rhy hrfon* John Curion, r«cbeator, which dc* 
•criU*« thr muim* partii*s ai conJ4»intly irtir<i of 21) t. rmt in Aylwaaton. and 
Amltaston, and .\lwaston, in thr countv of l>rri)v, and </ divrr» 6rft undrr- 
vrittrn, a^ {tarrrU of thr manori of Shrlfurd and St«>krhardolf, in the county 
of Nottin^fham, nanM*1y. onr firf in .\\Ua»ton. vhich Sir Thomaa Hlounl 
kni|(ht h(iM«, .>/i. ; anulhrr 6t*f in thr lanM*, hrld hr thr ahbot of l)rrlrj» 
5/i. ; twu firft in thr KauM*, hrld i»y IVtrr Fn*rhr«iilr, 6/i. ; oor firf lo 
Alwa-t«»n. hrld hy ihr ahlM>t uf Dair, 6/4.; and unr firf in AmhA»too, hrld 
bj Hirhani Sawrr, HulM*rt Smallry, and otlirrs oit, Le. ibrir vaiur «lM*n 
thrv frll iii. 

A M*%«-iith in<)ui«i(ion wa« takrn at llrrtfoni on Friday imt aftrr thr 
fraM «if .\U Saintii, :ini of Nov. 2t) Ilrn. VI. ht*fon* lliomaii Kny^rt, 
thr rM-hrat«>r «if thr rmnity, «hirh mitrt tiir frniiit of Fdward I. uf thr 
manor of \Vatti>n-at-Sti>tM*, ami di*(liirri» thr |N*tlif;n*r d«>«n to tbr partir* 
nauMti aho%r : * Qui quidrui Hr^iulduB rt .\nna, Wiilrlmut llirhpp ri 
Juaiiiia, dir quo idnn \\'illrlniu« ul»iit t«*nrl>aiit pirtiictum maorrium cum 
prrtinrntii* in junhuft ip«aruni .\niM* <*t Johannr filumm rt brrrdum prr- 
dirti 'nioiiM* nu|M'r doniini dr liardolf ut <H>nian|nnnrarum rt brrrdum dr 
coqMtn' pn*fati Wilh-lini fihi lulM-Ur riruntium, in dominiro iut>, vitSrlicrt« 
prrdutu* Hf*)riiuldu« rt WiUrliuui ut dr lihrru tmrmmto rt prrdKtr Aoda 

lUf^liMf. • > ^' V'im. III. t<> thr fffill>rrtin«' TrKiri of Sht>«MK«in. fnr thr l«u«r MpfHfl W 
>l..fV*r<t il«- M< itif.irt. •laui;li*.«-r «f ntoiivM >ir IU«urhAin{i. Vjui vt Wftr«irk. f '>ihin>i 
•lAUtfli*' r ff Imi« 'Ir UarwH-k ilrtf-wiMrU. Ali-l liM u«n ■aatrr IJiiahvth, IIUM U»w . m4 
St I iitiitii I. ii» «lih-li rlturi-l>, in 14"1, Kii*b*rl S«a«nr h«4 h««a ptwm mu4 hy Sw 
^iUukiii lW4i4f. «huw «ithiv J«*n rvoMmnl Rii-lhiH Hclhpf^. «ho, 3 !!••. TL 
thu iu»n>*r f--r mn iiinutt; lo th* l4*«lMi AniM Cltflunl ia4 Juaa PWtlipfk. 

PREFACE. Clxuvii 

et Johanna ut de feodo talliato per fonnam doni predicti absque aliqua par- 
ticipatione inde facta." The jurors erroneously inferred that the entail upon 
William Bardolf, the second son of Isabella Lady Bardolf, had token effect, 
whereas it was his elder brother who inherited this ancient propcrtj of the 
first Mayor of London, Henry Fitz Aylwin, and in fixing its value at 
10 marks annually, and stating its tenure in chief of the King, confess them- 
selyes ignorant of the service. On the same day an inquisition was taken 
at Halloughton before John Pulteney, escheator of Leicestershire, which 
contains the same finding as to the joint seizin of the same parties ; and 
another at Thame on the same Friday, the morrow of AU Souls, before 
Richard Restwold, escheator of Oxfordshire, which recites the grant of the 
manor of Holton to Roger Dammory, and traces its descent to the same 
parties, who held it per formam doni predicti, it being of the annual value 
of 20 marks. 

Lastly, an inquisition was taken at Cambridge on Saturday next after the 
feast of All Saints, 4 Nov. 20 Hen. VL before John Burgh, escheator of 
the county, which contains this finding : ** Quod Johannes Keche clericus, 
Willelmus Goode, et Johannes Puttok fuerunt seisiti de manerio de Parva 
Wylburgham cum pertinentiis in comitatu predicto cum advocacione ecclesie 
ejusdem ville^ prout per cartam juratoribus hujus inquisitionis indentate 
ostensam plene liquet, et manerium illud cum advocatione predicta dimi- 
serunt Willelmo Phelipp in dicto brevi nominato et Johanne uxori sue adhuc 
supcrstiti, habendum et tenendum eisdem Willelmo Phelipp et Johanne, 
here^bus et assignatis suis imperpetuum, virtute cujus feoffamenti iidem 
Willelmus Phelipp ct Johanna fuerunt seisiti in dominico suo ut de fcodo et 
statum suum continuaverunt tota vita ipsius Wellelmi Phelipp. £t dicunt 
quod mancrium predictum cum pertinentiis tenetur de comite Oxonie, ut de 
manerio suo de Henyiigham, pcr servicium dimidii feodi militis." Annual 
valuejx/i. This statement is correct, as, in the Nomina Villarum of this 
c -<«teic 9 Edw. IL under Hundredum de Stane, we read " Villa de Wil- 
burlTam Parva, comes Oxonie est Dominus," and the castle of Hedding- 
ham, sometimes written Henningham, in Essex, was the capital seat of his 

In the course of the following year Henry de Beaumont, the grandson 
and heir of William Phelipp Lord Bardolf, waa deceased at Dennington, 

rKxxviii i*fir.rArB. 

aiul luitl inti nnrnl in tli«* «htin h, a« ««* l«*ani fnim thi« in«cri|>tinn on i hra*« 
platr : — 

** llit- ja«rt ll«*nnru« «1«* IWllfimoiita*. Filiii« rt Ilrrr^ JohAinii* Virr- 
rtiniiti!! |i«-aiini«iiit «-t l*JiiAlM-thr rknri* «'jiit, Filit* rt llrmli» \ViUii4nii 
I1i«'lip|i. I)«.niiiii «U* Kinltilph, «'t ll«'mii« ta-rranini <ir Erpinirhain. <|iii olnit 
vi*«li«- N«»%('inhri«. Aiiiui Duniini \i(i(C\i.ii. ruiui tnimr pmpicirtur l><*u«." 

J«Mn I^itlr lUnhilph. h\ h«*r tr^ttuiirnt. Uvrinir <lalr llth <1at of .Marrh. 
:;4 lliii. \ 1. I44t». (hn<«tt«l h«T ImmK t«» U- liuriiM in thr chaprl of Si. 
Manrnn*!. in th«* «hiirrh «if iVnninifttm. hy h«-r hunband. Shr fra\r to tU- 
I«ail\ Jtinn llt>ta'UT. 4ti/i. ; tn th«* l^uril Vifirount Ilraumont, a «altrrllar ut 
»i|iiT irilt ; tii Jtutn. hi« «iaiiirht* r, a huikh* M*t «tth pmrla, mmI hrr U^^t 
froM irinilr ; t«i luT fli«t«T, lh«* U»t furn*<l mantlr; to brr «ifttrr tfai* l^iiy 
ll4>t«'l«T. A iii.intl«* fiirnM ; to ih«* I^«l\ lin**^'*, afrown ; to thr I^y ('harU-«. 
a irimn ; tn tli«' Kitlv ll«>\i'iiiiiirhani, a ir«i\in ; t«> lh«* IjuIv Crorowrll, a lmIi 
«U|i ; tii Jtihii llr\4h»n. .1 siilviT riip ; t«i th«* «ivi*4 i4 Sir Milra Slap\llon 
aiitl Sir nri.iii .^t.i|i\lt«in. twti }rinllf« ; ^1«*« iitor*. Kirhard IHirynirhxMi an>l 
otlt«T« ; Mi|MT\i«<ir« Sir Mtltii Sta|iyll«Mi an<l Sir Tbooias Tiulmham. 

|i\ liiT «iNlitil. (ijtiHi 7th S{it.'j;i llcn. VI. I44«i, «hr furthrr irm\r.nN»/». 
o«ifi</ tn li« r l»\ tli<* l.tird Vi«4-«itint IWMiinumt. tn J«an, hi« daiiirhtrr; to 
Sir \I.1«'^ St.i|i\ltt>n. a «i1\«t trchht «i(h a irilt fiHit, ha\infr at thr UKtom 
th«* .mito «if thf «^itti Sir Mili-^ aini hi« IjMiy ini|al«ti ; to Sir Brtan Sia- 
p\ltitti. .1 »il\i r tr«>hl«'( «ith a irilt fiMit. Ii.i\iii}r Uiri|r«* fl«>«<*r* al thr Uitiaim. 
lliT inn «ir ni«*««ii.iir«' iii NtinAuh.«* iif Sir Th«inia« Kr|iingham. 
kiiiirht* tii \n- Mitii hv h«*r «^««utiir*. S'\«t.i1 l«';^a('i<-«. iri^^^n to \Villiam,iMin 
of I^inl \ iMiiuiit ll«*auin«iiit, in (*a.«4* }i«* tlu* tni«l«T a^<*, arr fri^*'^ oTrr to thr 
I*«inl S .ih'*.* 

• 'p)> |<irtir« rkinu'*! in tl.i« «ill »n t:nt. h«r iiii-«*< , ht\*\ yr**>^^ ly («■! «LM|rhtrr, lli* 
I^A-lv J-Mn ll.>«i-Ur. •IttiichNr *t ^ir %'i<lr«« Ik-ti !• r. kri'.:lit. affl i^l Kmtimnne, •m. «f 
.Hir \l il i.iitt rii' i<|'|> l^-r^l |Ur-l' If. «!)•> «m «'t •uriiunK. ||«r omfi muHrf mm Ami» 
1^1« < •' 1. itii. Ali I J -liti \i«t-i'it lU-a-iiii.tit. iitf «itti.tli U«. JuMI. •iAHieltlrr *4 l>tr 
Utt* r Aiil kTiiil tl.4ii.:l.ti r i>f tl.. ti^ r, w •ut ■«i'«|ii. nt |<. iHm <l»lr iIm- «ifr *4 Jvhn 
IUr« it I' • I ■ f l.t f :<ikr*li. ••Mt N->ntt' nii l^t« lln ••« «m ^.U. •IaujC**!'' '"^ ***' 

Mi<-« *<»i n U ti I ■f li.^'. tin, < .-fii. N .rf au-\ • f Ih^UI. . • • m V '«•r ati.l lh«^fi iW «««iiis .4 
*«ir K '•n ll|. •» • •r s«ii, . . III N rf liiiirffit itt« l«i.ti 1 lurl^ «m IJubIiHJi, «if<- 


The testator died upon Sunday, thc feast of St Gregory the Pope, 12th 
Marchy 26 Hen. VI., 1447, and was huried in the church of Dennington, 
as she directed, where her effigy reroains, wearing the buckle set with pearls, 
the gold girdle, and the furred mantle bequeathed bj her will, which was 
proved at Norwich on the 3rd day of April following, and of which there 
is a copy in register Wylley, f. 138 a.* Pursuant to writs of diem clausit 
extremum, dated at Westminster, 2lst day of March, 25 Hen. VL to the 
several escheators, thcse inquisitions were taken conceming the property of 
Joan, Lady of Bardolf, in their districts : namely, one at Downham Market, 
in the county of Norfolk, on Thursdaj next before the feast of St. Martin 
in winter, 26th Hen. VI., 9th Nov. 1447, before John Say, escheator of 
the King in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, which contains this finding 
of the jurors upon their oath : '< Quod Johanna in dicto brevi nominata 
tenuit die quo obiit in dominico suo ut de feodo talliato, videlicet, sibi et 
heredibus de corpore suo et de corpore Willelmi Phelipp militis, nuper 
domini Bardolf, nuper viri sui defuncti, procreatis, honorem et manerium de 
Wyrmegay et maneria de Stowe Bardolf, North Rungton et Fareswell in 
Fyncham cum pertincntiis suis in comitatu predicto ex concessione me-> 
tuendissimi domini Regis nunc per litteras suas patentes super capcionem 
hujus inquisicionis ostensas inde eisdcm Willchno et Johanne et heredibus 
suis predictis factas pcr nomina Willelmi Phelipp militis et Johanne uxoris 
ejus ima cum feodis militum, advocationibus ecclesiarum, abbatiarum» 
prioratuum, hospitalium, capcllarum, cantuariarum et aliorum beneficiorum 
ccclesiasticorum quorumcumque et omnibus aliis proficuis adeo plene et in* 

of Sir Thomaa Charles of Kettleburgh, com. Suff. knight. Lady Heveningham, wife of 
Sir John Hevcningham of Heveningham, com. Suff. knight, had name Elizabeth, and 
was after his decease thc wife of Juhn W^nnondham, csq. The Lady Cromwell was Mar- 
garet, daughter of John Lord Deincourt, and sister and coheir of William Lord Deincourt. 
John Hcydon has been mentioncd as executor of William Phelipp Lord Bardolf. Tho 
wife of Sir Miles Staplcton waa Catharine, daughter of Sir Thomaa de la Pole, 100 of 
Michael, first Karl of Suffolk of that family, after his decease the wife of Sir Richard 
Harcourt of Ellenhall, com. Staff. knight. The wife of Sir Bryan Stapleton of Kesning- 
land, com. Suff. knight, had name iBabclla, but her lineage is unknown ; he was younger 
brothcr of Sir Milca Stapleton. Sir Thonias Tudenham of Kcddington, com. Suff. knight, 
waa bchcadcd on Towcr Hill on thc 22nd of Fcbruary 1461. Thomas Lonl Scales of 
Scalc« Hall in Middltton, com. Norf. wa.s slain on the 25th of July, 38 Hcn. VL 1460. 
♦ Thc cxtract from tliis will i» in the Norri» MSS. vol. 2, p. 176. 


tff^, ticut Thonuit nuper dominui dp lUrdolf fwtrr (»rtdicte JohAnnc ^A 
nliquiii AntrceMorum •uorum ea hAbuit Tel tmuit, prout tn ciidcm litlrrit 
|MUmtibus plmc liquK.** Kreital followt of ihc •cttlcamt af thc mAnon 
m Krpingfham, «nd of the adTowtoo bv th« fg ofcc t » in thc Mmc vord» «« 
in thc inquiiiition upon hrr husband, addinir that, alWr thc dsorftar of thc* 
«me William l»rd lUrdolf, •he had continurd hrr catalc and poaarMiuo of 
thr laror during thr wholr of hrr lifr. Thr annual Taloo thc Mmr at abovr, 
•aTr ihat the manor of Fafrtwrll, in Fyncham, b put down at 16 /«. ** Kt 
etiam diount quod Johanna in dicto bmri nomioata obiit die dominira in 
feato Sancti (trrgoiii I^ipe ultimo prrtrrito anle diem capcionit hnjut inqui- 
aitionit,** and in thr fifty-tnrmth jrar of her a|^. ** Et dicunt qood WiUrl- 
mut filiut Eliaabrthr filir prrfatr Johannr in dicio breri noBUBBlc ett r|ut 
herrt propinquior. rt rtt rt fuit rtatit noTrm annoram die Vmerit proxima 
poat frttum Sanrti Marci KTangrltttr ultiroo prrtrritum antr dirm capcioni* 
hujut inqubitionit :'* an rrronrous attertion, a^ William Vitcount ncaumaot 
wat bom on Wrdn«*tday. thr fratt uf St. (frorirr thr Martyr, 16 llm. VL, 
1438. A trcond inquitition wat takm brforr thr taror rtchrator at I>m- 
ninirton com. Suff. on thr foUowinfr Fhday, which drtchbrt hrr to haTc brld 
no landt or tmrromtt fif thr lord thr Kin|r. or any oor rltr, in that count^. 
A thinl inquinition wat takm at I>*wrt, on thr SHth day of Octobrr, 20 
flm. VI. brfon* John Knottr«fonl, r«chrator of thr county of Suttrx, 
which containt thit findinfr : *' Quod Ilmhcut nuper Rrx Anfrlir, arut 
domini Hrgit nunc, fuit trivitut de manrrio dr Dyrlinf cum prrtinmtiit in 
oomitalu pn^icto, una curo frodit roilitum Scc. in dominico tuo ut dr frodo« 
rt roatirhum illud curo «uit |irrtinmtiit prr littrrat tuat patrntrt juratohbut 
predictit in rTidmcia ottrntat intrr alia concmtit carittiror contorti tur 
Johannr, nuprr Rr|nor .^nfrli'*^ habmduro ridrro contorti tor pro Irrmino 
Tite iptiut contortit tur. Et potlra prr aliat littrrat tuat palratet rciam 
cotimuiit WilMroo ('lyfford chyvalrr rt .\nnr uxoh rjus Willrfano Phabpp 
et Johannr uxoh rjut in dicto brrvi nominate quod dictum manrhum c«nB 
pertinmtiit tuit una mm frodit roilitum H adTocatiooibot, ri quod potl 
mort4-ro prrdictr contortit tor ad ipturo nuprr Rrfrrro et hrrrdrt tuot rrTrrti 
drbrn^t, pott roortrro rjutdi-ro contortit tur rrmanrrrt prrfatit WillrfaBO 
ClyiTord, Annr, Willrlroo IlirUipp rt Johannr rt hrfrdibut de corpohbot 
prrdiitaruro .\nnr rt Johannr rxruniibut. Et pottmodum prrdicta Rcfina 
obiit ; |MMt cujut mortrm prrdicti Willelmut Clyford et Aona, WiUefaBOt 


Phelipp et Johanna in predicto manerio cum pertinentiis yirtute litterarum 
predictarum eis concessanim intrayenint et statum suum predictum inde 
continuayerunt tota yita ipsorum Willelmi Clyfford et Anne, Willelmi 
Phelipp et Johanne yirtute earumdem litterarum patentium, ipsisque inde 
sic seisitis predicti Willelmus Clyfford, Willehnus Phelipp et Johanna ohie- 
runt, et predicta Anna ipsos supervixit et se in eodem manerio cum pertin- 
entiia tenuit pcr jus accrescendi, et inde adhuc sola seisita existit in forma 
predicta yirtute litterarum patentium/' The finding as to the manors of 
Plumpton and Barcomh is in the same form, which had heen so settled 
upon the aforesaid parties, with right of surviyorship, in reversion after the 
decease of Sir William Bardolf, knight. Each manor is stated to he sepa- 
rateiy worth yearly in all issues 20 marks, of which the two latter were 
held of the King in chief, and that of Byrling of the same King, as of his 
Duchy of Lancaster, hy services unknown to the jurors. A fourth inquisi- 
tion, taken at Leycester on Friday next after the Nativity of St. John the 
Baptist, dOth June, 26 Hen. VI. hefore Thomas Porter esquire, escheator 
of the county of Leicester, descrihes her tenure of the moiety of the manor 
of Ha]loughton. A fifth inquisition, taken at Puckeridge, in the county 
of Hertford, on Friday, the morrow of the feast of Corpus Christi, 
9 June, 25 Hen. VI. before Geoffrey Rokesley, escheator, describes her 
tenure of the moiety of the manor called Bardolfs in the parish of Watton 
atte Stone ; and a sixth, taken at Newark, in Nottinghamshire, on Wednes- 
day next before the feast of St. John the Baptist, before John Bakish, 
escheator, describes her tenure of the moieties of Shelford and Stokebardolf, 
and of the advowson of the church of Gedling ; as does a seventh at Derby 
on the following day, of a rent of 26 s, assised in the vills of Ambaston, 
Thurleston, and Eylvaston, parcels of the manor of Shelford. An eighth 
inquisition, taken at Oxford, 23d day of October, describes her tenure of 
the manor of Holton, as to one moiety, as of the honour of St. Vallery ; 
and a ninth, at Cathorp, in Lincolnshire, on Tuesday next after the feast of 
St. Michael the Archangel, 26 Hen. VL describes her tenure of the 
moieties of the manors of Ruskington, Cathorp, and Westborough, with 
their respective roembers. 

With the exception of the manors which reverted entire to Anne Lady 
Cobharo, by right of survivorship, the reroainder, after the decease of Joan 
Lady Bardolf, devolved upon her heir, William Beaumont, the only surviy- 


hiff mm of htr cUiiirhter. «ho fnmi thit timr lM>nr the titW of IjtrA lUniolf. 
brtnif thcm in tht* cuftt<Mly of hit fftther, «ho nTri%c«i tht* i^Mm Jin«l pn>6t« 
durini; tht* miuority. In proof that thit barony vaj a tmunr in fi<r, thr 
lbllo«iti|r chArtrr, |rnintin|r thr ro\altirA to thr faihrr and ton in thi-ir 
nvpiniTr dmimnr», miy br a<iduci«cl« «hirh im intrrtcd oci thr HoU uf 
l*hart4*ni of tlir ^7th \<*ar of th«* n<ifrn of Ilmry VI. nndrr tbc* htnailinir 
** Pro Johannr Vicrcomitr dr Ik<aumoiit rt Willrlmo dnaiiiio dr lUrdolf." 

** Hrx Arrhirpiir«>pi!i, Kpi»r«>piA, &r. Mdutrm. Sctatii c|iiod dt* i;rat.a 

DCMitni <«|irctmli lu* v\ crrtJi nric-ntia rt nM*ro niotu nottha coiKVMimu» dil«'«-ti« 

cotiMinfniinriii no«tri!i Johanni \'icrroniiti ih* DrttumoQt H Willrlmo fiho »00. 

dcmiino dr lUnlolf, cjuod ip!»i «'t ut«*n)iu* «•orum brnHlr* H aMi|nuti •ui \irr 

bdli\o« nuofl v«*l baUi^uiu nuum impc*rp«*tuum hAbcant plmum n-turiAiiiu 

omniuiB rt cminimodorum bn*vium Scc^ tioiitrorum ht^mium rt tuccr««<)niui 

DOntronim ac quorumcumqui* jutticijin«inim Ac rmrrgrncium tru «-i<- 

qurndoruin itifm, d<* v«*l Mi|N*r omnia ca»tni, «iuminiju miuirrii, trrrat ri U-ut*- 

rornta, fitMia «*t »rrvtcia liua cum omnibut nuit pertinrntii«, utKlr ii«inu 

JohaniM*» Vto*ctmM*« <*t Will«>lmu5 conjuiictim t4*u trparatim aini aliqui« jdiu* 

ftd u«um rorum tm altrnut rorum trioiti «'Uttunt vc*l tt-ttitu^ ciittit, \«'l <)ur 

udrm JohantMt Virfccmirt c*t Willrlmu!» t«*u altrr ronun dr rrtrn» |M*r 

drM^niHum hrn*ditahuin m*u dc* |irn)uitito haU^bunt tm alt«*r rorum habrbit 

infm c«>niitatu]» linc^dnic*. l^*vci*ttri«*, rt NorfTolrir, nrciicm in ci%itatc* I«in- 

colnic*, tam ad M*rtam no^tratn Av. <)uam ad Mx*tam altrriut cujutriuM)ur, 

ftc. <*t «>mnimodaii ri«*cutiimc*« omnium «i «iiifrulorum bn'\ium. maiidalorum, 

biliarum. pn*cr|>torum. c*t wamiitoruni no^tninim. Kt quod nuUu* \hx^ 

comc^ Ac. .\r <*tLim pn>pnam pri«orum «ru fraolam tuam infm rjuitrum ri 

domitiiiini «uitm dc* rttlkinfrhain in roiuitatu IJn<^4iijr vi in rmttru rt 

dcmiinio «uo «l«* Whitt«-it\k in comitatu l^*\«^iitrM*, nrmon in manrno rt 

dcmiinio tu«> d«* Wimi«*fra\ iii rtiniitatu Norift>lcH*, ad libitum et \olunlalrm 

ipaoruni Johaniii*. Willrlmi <-t hrn^^lum tuorum. Ac cHiam «rrcrum 

marit Ac In <-tiju« n*i Ar. Iliit tr«tibu«. \nH*mbililmt patnl*«it 

J<<>hannr) archi«i>i!»ri>|M> (*antiuh<*u«i. totiut AiiitIm* phnuitr, CancrllarM 

nottn^ W(illt*lmo) W\nt«*ni«'n»i. M(amutluro) KarliiAc-nti, Thr«juirano 


nottro Aiii:h«\ rpiM-opt«. «.in^viint^ <iiti«an^niiiiti« iM>»tnt. Hiranio 
Ebomri «t \\ ill«liiio Suffi»lrn*, ranM*mn«> in>»tro .\n|:li«s diirilMi«, IlmrKu 
Northumhhr <*! Thonu l)rv«>nir roniitilHi». tM-riMHi (hU<rti« «-i fidrlibut iMMtri« 
Hiuiulpho |U>tc>lrr dcmiiuo dr Su<irlr\ tror«c*allo ho^)>u:u IMMtn* rt Jarobo 


Fenys domino de Say camerario hospicii nostri, militibus, et aliis. 
Datum per maimm nostram apud Westmonasterium viii" die Novembris." 
(8 Nov. 1448.) 

Sir Reginald Cobham, knight, by his testamcnt, bearing date 12th of 
AugUBt, 24 Hen. VL, 1446, bequeathed to Anne his wife all his household 
goods within his castle of Sterborough at the time of his decease, appointing 
that, during her life, she should have the use of all the fumiture of his 
chapel in the said castle, and after her death to remain to the Master of 
the Collegiate Church of St. Peter at Lingfield, then newly founded by him, 
and to the priests therein and their successors for ever ; in which church 
he likewise directed his body to be interred. He appointed Sir William 
Gaynesford, knight, John Swetecok, master of the college of Lyngefeld, 
John Baghall, and Sir Richard Howlot, chaplain, his executors ; and Anne, 
his wife, the supervisor of this his testament, to whom, by a codicil made 
the day following, he bequeathed a moiety of all his plate. This will was 
proved on the 14th day of October following, thus fixing the time of his 
decease to the inter\'ening period. 

Pursuant to a second writ, with the Kings teste at Westminster, 24th 
day of March, 29th of his reign, 1451, an inquisition was taken at Cringle- 
ford, in the county of Norfolk, 12th Oct, 30 Hen. VL, before Robert 
Martyn esquire, the King's escheator in the same, which contains this find- 
ing : — " Quod Johanna domina de Bardolf, defuncta, in brevi predicto 
nominata, tenuit die quo obiit plura terras et tenementa in comitatu predicto, 
que non in inquisitione indentata in brevi predicto specificata et in cancel- 
laria domini Regis retomata specificantur, videlicet, maneria de Qwynbergh, 
Cantele, Strumpeshagh, Scrowteby et Castre cum pertinentiis in comitatu 
predicto, que in eadem inquisitione in cancellaria predicta minime speci- 
ficantur, conjunctim cum Anna nuper uxore Reginaldi Cobham militis, 
ac quondam uxore Willclmi Clyfford militis adhuc superstite, ex concessione 
domini Henrici nuper Regis Anglie, avi domini Regis nunc, per litteras 
suas patentes, juratoribus predictis super capcione hujus inquisitionis in 
evidenciam ostensas, predictis Willelmo Clyfford et predicte Anne tunc uxori 
ejus et cuidam Willelmo Phelipp et predicte Johanne tunc uxori ejus, per 
nomina Willelmi Clyfford chevaler et Anne uxoris ejus, Willelmi Phelipp 
et Johanne uxoris ejus, filiarum et heredum Thome nuper domini de Bar- 
dolf tunc defuncti, inde inter alia confectas, facta, habenda eisdem Willelmo 



C*|\(f(»ril i't Aiiiii' ft \Villi-1tiii) |ti«-li|>|i li Jitti.iiiii<' pri» tfniiiiif» %iti- < nruiii 
vi prti t<niiii)ii %it<' illiii^ <-iiriiiii <|iii «ii|ii r%iiiri t, <i h<rii!.liii« lU iiirjM r.ln * 
%\i\^ <*\<-iiiitiliii«, iin.i i'uiii r<-<Hli*, .iiUiM-.itiiiiiili*i« <i'f I<-*ijriiiii A<. < t |- • 
<l«*l'r<-tii liiijii«iii«»ili I \itii«, r«*%<'r*t«»iM' i)iil<* i|i«i mipiT |{«'tn <'t li«-rt-<lihii* •■. * 
^{^•«iaiit^', prixit A<. it {«ri-ilK ta iii.iii«-ria <lt* S'r<)«iti-li% <-t l'A*^r«- < \ <••(!• 
<n-««ii>ii<- ilniiiitii Idvi* iiiii.r |ii r litt«'r.i« «11.1« |wit«'iit«'« |»r«^li<'tM jura!iir^)'ii« 
iiii|M'r i'.i)K'i<>t)<* liiijii* it)i|iii«itii»iii« II) <•% iil<*iiriaiii »iiiiilit«-r <»*t«'iKi* ii)il< iii'i r 
alia |i«'r i)iiiii<*ii tiiiii<Tii>riiii) ili' ( i«tr<' <-t S i<i«itrl»\. qiu' iiii|H*r tii«-n.:.* 
\\ iil<'liiii ILinl^ilt tiiilitt«. tr.itn* pn^vlii ti riiMtiic iiu|i«*r <i<miiiii <ii' Hariloit. 

UIUI <'lltll f^nxll^ t\r. Kt illi llllt l|Ui>«l Ji>liailll<*« VlC^TfillH*^ litAllllKilit tt 

imiluta .\iiii.i A ti'iii|ii>r«' iiii>ni« |in'ilirt«' Jolidiiiit* iiM|iir <)Mtii rj|x n i..* 
hiijii^ iii«)iii«itii>iii« iiijii«'ii.i pntlu t.i nmi |i«TtiiM*iitii« dr« <N*rii|aa\<-ruiit • ' 
i-Kitti« «-t pruti<-iu iiHl<' )H'n<-)i«Tui)t «'t adhiir |i«'n*i|ituiit, M-t <{u«> t.tul'*. 
<|tialit<T <-t ()iii) ni<i4li> t<l«'iu \ iri-«-<iiii<'4 IW.iiiniont t'ailt*ni iiiaii<-ru «-uiii )« r- 
titi«*iitii«. tit )in«h(-tuni t-^t. 4M-(*it)i.i\)t <t «'\itu% i-t |>r«>firua iixU' in t«*ni»i 
lirtilifta )Mn-<-{i:t <i )<<i-rt i{<tl )ti!<-iii jurati>r<'« )M-nttu« iini<»raiit. I.t «li« m.! 
<|U<Mt {ir«ilirr.i Jitli.iiiu.i ol>:it \ii i!i«> Man ii aitiK» n-cni HiVi* H<'itri> 1 m \t. 
|H»«»t o>i)<)ii<'-tiiiii \\\ '. <-t «iunI W iHi Itiiii* lU .iiittifiiit «-«t « <in«aii^u:ui u* <! 
htTt*« <-ji)<m1i 111 J«ihaitii<' iiiili- )»rt>{iii.i{itiiir. \iiiilir«-t. liliu« Kli/aU-th* t':'.« 
t'ju«th 111 Johainn , «-t i)Ui>«i kIiiii W ill< iiiiu* ft <-tati« tr«-iMt<i-iiii anniintiii <t 

Iii tl.i :;j!iil \«Mr i.t' hi« nMiTii- an<»ll.«'r «irit ua« i»»ii«il h\ th«» Kin;: m 
thi« f*'>:tii : — " lli i:r:i ii<* l)«i irratta K< \ Anu'! •' <t I raiK u' «t |><>:Mii(i« 
llilNrtt:c, !.«>< .Kttiri «tto tii «'otuitatu Ni'rt!«il( k*. «.iltit* iit. ( utti \nr i)uai.iLi:ii 
iii«)iii"itti>i)<-iti 1 ••r.iiii jMhaiiiK' Si\ it)i)4-r l.»* .1« tiirt- iiii^trn iii <iitiulatii ^tr* • 
<lu-ti> ii« Utaiii).it«i t.i»«trii i.i)it.iiii <t 111 (-aitt<llana i)ti<tra r< t«i;i'.it.iiii «it <«>ii)- 
|K'nitit) i|UiMl .li>hiiiiia iii«:tiii)a tir |V.iriliilt'. «1« tunt ta. ti iiiut tuti r alii «i.« 
quo ••hi! III «li>tii:n: 1 «iio ut 1)1- ti<»i*> t i!'iiat«t. ^hiil.iit. «ihi <t h« rt-«lihu« •!«■ 
r<>r)Mir<' «iiii i-t ili- i-«ir*|i->n- \\ iUi !uii riit-h)')! nitht;», nu{>« r «loiiiiut <1<* liar- 
<lolf. iu.;-«r \iri •iii «1« t'uh< ti. tin-ri.i!:» I.«>i!-in 111 < t n ai.< r.i.iii ih' W \ mx i;» \ 
<*t lu.iiiiTia i!«- .^ti'W«- r«ar*l<''.t, N.»:tii lt'.i..'t..n. «-t I iri *«<-Il in I '1k hani. 
111111 jH r*iM« iitiio «111« iM ««•iiit'atu )ri«ii«T>> i'\ < ««:<•:. r t.<f»tra, <t «)u-«i 
hoiix' 4* III iii« r. 1:11 )>ri •!:• !.t •■• i.'>l-.'> i-i • i)iti- tt *.< :.tur. <-t i)Ui.\ iii ti «^i;;- 
« Ik.Ii* }•:«•!;• ta )•• r •] .•»1 *«r\i« i.ut i.> i.<*r «l i: a.*« r;).:ii )>n«i.<t-i t*-iii:'i.r 
iiiiiiiiiK •^•* t .tii .iti.r. tii-: }.ri « 1)1. 11.11« «{••••«i {•« r -.>i raiiK ii!a {•^••!>«tnirn 1 1 ii '/ i*.ii;ti. 
hoii 'tiii!ti iii h.\!i.\a ti;i. {•« r •{Ui-- r« • vi t.t i* 11.1 . u" •« .ri {M.ri r.t, * r-i >li!iM«it'« 


inquiras per quod servicium honor et manerium predicta tenentur. Gt 
inquisitionem inde &c. Teste meipso apud Westmonasterium quinto die 
Februarii, anno regni nostri tricesimo secundo." (6 Feb. 1454.) Pursuant 
to this writ an inquisition was taken at Long Stratton, on the 12th day of 
March, before William Whyte, escheator of the county, which describes the 
service to be one knight*s fief ; and under a previous writ, dated at West- 
minster, 20th Janv., 32 Hen. VI., an inquisition was taken at Halesworth, 
com. Suffolk, on the 14th day of the month of March, before the same 
escheator, as to the tenancy of Joan, Lady Bardolf, conjointly with Anne, 
Lady Cobham, of thc manors of Clopton and Ilketeshale, held by the 
service of a fourth part of one knight's fief ; which contains a similar allega- 
tion, that John, Viscount Beaumont, had received the issues of the said 
moieties from the time of the decease of the said Joan, by what title they 
knew not, and a statement that William Beaumont was of the age of fifteen 
years and more. Other inquisitions, pursuant to writs dated 5th Feb^., 
were taken in these counties, namely, at Ware, on Tuesday next before the 
feast of St. Valentine, 12th Feb., 32 Hen. VI., before Richard de Lafield, 
escheator of Hertfordshire, as to the tenancy of the manor of Watton-attc- 
Stone,* which includes this finding : — " Et ulterius dicunt quod advocatio 
ecclesie de Stapulford in dicto brevi specificata est et tempore concessionis 
(Edwardi primi) fuit pertinens et appendens ad manerium de Watton, et 
valet per annum iiii /*. f ;" at Navenby, in the county of Lincoln, 1 7th May , 

• In the note at thc foot of p. cxl. thc conjecture that Croweberg was the manor of 
Greenbury, h erroneous. It was the nanie of a separate manor in tho parish of Wat- 
ton-att-Stone, as appears by a record cited in CIutterbuck*9 Hiatory of Hertfordshire, 
namely, Rot. Claus. 8 Ric. II. m. 33, being a copy of the grant made by William Bar- 
dolf, knight, Lord of Wyrmegaye, to John Cley, clerk, John Grene, clerk, Robert Ale- 
saundre and Nicholas Horspath, of the said manor of Crowbergh in the vill of Watton-at- 
Stone, and of lands in Datchworth, Welwe, and Aston. Datchworth, W^elwyn, and 
Aston are adjoining pari-^hcs to Watton-atte-Stone. One of the heirs of Poter de Va- 
loines was Alcxander de Baliol, and according to Chauncy, the older bistorian of this 
county, ho granted thi.-* estate to Sir Robert Aguillon. 

t The church «f Stapleford, de<licated to St. Mary, in the deanery of Hertford, arch- 
dcaconr>- of lluntingdon, diocese of Lincoln, in the patronage of the lords of thi» manor 
«f Watton, called Bardolfs, and in its immediate vicinity, was thus filled by incumbents at 
tliis timc undor Bishops Reping<lon and Alnewick : William Swayn, 4th Dec. 1409, pre- 
sentcd by William Phelipp, estiuire ; William Berle, priest, 3l8t Oct. 1416, upon the 

cxcvi pRftrArK. 

dst ll«*ii. VI., 11 tf) thr tnrdietir* of thc» mannr* nf Hii«kin|rtoii, «itb it« 
mrnilNT* Skc, in Huftkin|frt«m, l)<ifTin^i»n, l>i|rhy. I^rsMOfrhuii, I>unftb%. 
An«i('k. !lniunri*mrll. SU^afnni. aii<l Hoiholm, And <if ihr juIvowmi uf thr 
rhunh nf the «anu*, worth «nnually o/u of ( Ajthoqw, And of tbr vill uf 
AnrAiitrr, And nf \Vc«ttM>rou|rh, an<i thr A<l%o««on, wortb yrsrly trti markt ; 
and at Oxfonl, sth Ort., ;!:) Il«*n. VI., as to thr mrdictv of thr maiior of 
liohi>n, «hi<'h la^t ««Mitain* thi« «tat«*m«'nt a» to thr b€*ir :^-** QutMi dirtu« 
\Vill<'huu« Ph<'h|»|i. <)ii«*ni I><>niimii H«-i niinc rrp«it in Dominum «Ir liar- 
dolf, rt Johaniu h.ilMtrnint «•litum KlixalM*thani nii|>tam Johanni, Virrr«*miti 
Hraitmoiit, ii<it*m()u«* VimHMm*^ rt Kliialirtha habumiot nitum Willrlmum 
ilraiiniont, nuiir doniinum «U* liardolf, radrm<)ur Kliiabrtha obiit.'' 

Thf Kddy AniM\ who had bt^i th** wifv of Sir Hririnald Cobbam, kni|rbt, 
dm*a««*<1, «hliT iiit<'r of Joan, IjkIv lUrdolf, dird witbout iMue on thr «ttb 
day of N<>%-rnilM'r, 1)2 ll«*n. VI. l45-i, in I^ndon ap|ianmtU', aa tbr «hti to 
thr t-M'h«M(or« uf thr «rvtTal (*nunti«*« brar <latr at \Vr«lminfttrr on tbat lamr 
day. I*ur*iiiaiit thrn'to aii iii<)ui*iti(»n %i.t« takt-n at Nottinirbam oa tbr ffirvt 
dav of Jum*, 1454. U'l«irt' John Sr\nti»ti, «•^-hratnr of tbr muntv. whirh 
drM-rilM-« h«*r to h.i%r Ih^ii li>nir •incr M*ii«ii of thr rooirtv of tbr mannr «>f 
Shrlf(»rd, «ith iti .i)*|»urt« iiam-i*«, iii li«-r <l«-int-«n«* ai nf frr ; and briti^ •»» 
M-ixail th(*n*<»f liy Iut ('«•rt.-iiii <-h.'irt«'r iii hi*r purr widn«bo«Ml rnfmili^d 
Halfih (*n)niu<>11, I^ird mf ('r(»m«< 11. 'Pionia» Sraly«, I.ord nf Sralyi, Jf>bn 
ron<-«rii«'. ('hi<*f Ju^tirt* <if thc KiiiL'^ IWtx-h, knifrht, Jobn Lvonr. rlrrk. 
J<»hn («a^m^^fitrd. <M'ni(»r, Ji»hn li.-iml>(nvh. William .ShkIt. and Rirbard 
Wakihur«t. jumi*r, iii thc «anK', t<t h.n«' aiid to hold tn tht-m, tbrir brin 
an«i :i«*i|;ii« t'«»r <'\«t . It\ \irtii«' 4»f «ilii<-h f<-<itriiH*iit tb«* iiaid partir* wrrr 
tbrn-ot' MMf(«1 iti tli( ir d«'m«*«iir a*> i>f f«^*. It .i1m» nritt*^ a n^lrair from tbr 
tbm* tir«t<nntii«-il )mni«*« .iiid th«* U*t ti» th«* nthcr four. nf «bnm thnrr bad 
*ubfM*<)M«-ntl\ ili«-«l, li.i\iitt: W1II1.1U1 S»ml<' tli<* Mtl«> «univinir frt^flrr; 
tbr f»)tt<-i:il r«-<)u«-«t .iml d(iu.im1 i»f th«' •.tnn' Ann«'. h\ hii rhartrr tbrrvijf 
nif«*«iff«'«i>h ('roiii%i<-ll. I.<»nl <»t* ('roniH«-ll, .^ir J«»hn Fortmur, kni|rbt. 
Wtlluiin V«*n(wir. W illiani IUIi%i)krt<»n. 'nioma« (ur^oii, «■*«juin*«, Hirbanl 
Illmi:>%«Tih. aml .iMhii N\iit«<ii. tn h.1%1- .iiid to h<»l«l to tlH*in. tbnr brir*. 
.iii«1 .\^*.ju^ fiir (\«r. " )>r<t«'\tii « t.ju* f«-<>ffam«-titi ii«l«'in Ha<lulfui Skc. 

rr<Mh'r.kti I. 1 tlf •Jk" • 'i *«ir \^ |*t.'l:{| kM>,:l.l . U tltuni «••-■■Isiip, llll Hr|4 
114' ^|- '. i!.. 1« •i.'T,ki:. ti t.( **i\.' II \l • :<|f , t t *«ir K' ^.ii^t I < i.: tvAm ff Mrr(«tKlk. kaa(i»l 
*im| \-ii.t ).!• m,U. «iil J ^i: «•i-l> « •■? ^.r \li:..iii l').i..||, kiii,;ht. I^*t« Hirl ilf 


fuerunt inde seisiti in dominico suo ut de feodo, et hujusmodi statiun de et 
in medietate predicta cum omnibus suis pertinentiis tempore mortis domine 
Anne diu antea et postea continuaverunt. £t dicunt quod eadem medietas 
tenetur de domino Rege in capite pcr servicium vicesime partis unius feodi 
militis, et valet per annum in omnibus exitibus ultra reprisas viginti libras. 
£t eadem Anna tenuit alteram medietatem ejusdem manerii cum pertinentiis 
in dominico suo ut de feodo die quo obiit. £t dicunt quod eadem Anna 
obiit sexto die Novembris ultimo preterito, et quod Willehnus filius Johannis 
Vicecomitis Beaumont, nunc dominus de Bardolf, est consanguineus et heres 
ejusdem Anne, et est et fuit etatis xvi annorum die Veneris proximo post 
festum Sancti Marci £vangeliste ultimo preterito ante diem capcionis hujus 
inquisitionis.*' * Another inquisition, which was taken at Ware, 12th Feb. 
befbre Richard de la Felde, escheator of Hertfordshire, recites the descent 
of the manor of Watton, as above, down to Thomas, late Lord Bardolf, and 
contains this statement : *^ idem Thomas de manerio predicto cum perti- 
nentiis fuit seisitus in dominico suo ut de feodo talliato per formam doni 
predicti, et habuit exitmn Annam in predicto brevi nominatam, nuper uxorem 
WiUelmi Clyfford militis, et post mortem ejusdem Willelmi Clyfford nuptam 
Reginaldo Cobham militi, et Johannam nuper uxorem Willehni Phelipp 
militis, nuper domini de Bardolf, et obiit. Post cujus mortem dicte Anna et 
Joanna fuerunt seisite de manerio predicto cum pertinentiis in dominico suo 
ut de feodo talliato per formam doni predicti. lidem Willehnus Phelipp et 
Johanna habuerunt exitum £lizabetham, quam Johannes Vicecomes Beau- 
mont duxit in uxorem, iidemque Vicecomes et £lizabetha habuerunt exitum 
Willelmum, nunc dominum de Bardolf, iidemque W^illelmus Phelipp, Johanna 
et £lizabetha obierunt, et postea predicta Anna obiit seisita de medietate 
manerii predicti cum pertinentiis in dominico suo ut de feodo talliato in 

* Apparently the moiety of the manor of Shelford, which was of the Everingham fee, a 
family in which the representation of the lincs of Caux and Berkin had vested, had been 
sold prior to the decease of Reginald de Everingham and of his son Edmund in the 15th 
Ric. II. 1391-2, aa there is no mention of their being seized of this moiety in the inquiii- 
tion tAken after their deaths ; and hence this moiety being held in fee by Anne, Lady 
Cobham, she was empowered to grant it to thc fcoffees named in the text, one of whom 
waa Richard lUingworth, whose son and heir, Ralph, 17 Edw. IV. 1477, acknowledged 
himself to hold the manor of Shclford, called Evcringham Fee, of thc King in chief, for 
half a knighfs fief. The other moiety wa» thc Bardolf Fee, and paased to her heir, Wil- 
Hain, Viscount Beaumunt, along with Stokc Bardolf manor, in the parish of Gedling. 

CXCVlll l'flB»ACR. 

fomi.iin {irtilirtam ttihi i-l hrnNli))ii« ili* roqMiri* nun prorrratis tf&to «in* 
N«»%riiiKn« iiltiiiio |in*t<Titi>. ItiMii «lirunl i)ii<h1 i«l«'m \VilWlmii«, «l»minu« «li* 
lUnl«»lf. Hliun ilu l«iniiii Vi«iH-«>niiti« vt KlixalN»the, i««t hrrr^ rjutiirm Annr 
iii«l«* pn»)>in()ui<>r, i-t fuit «■tali*» ({uiii«lfi-ini .innonim «lit* Vfiirh« proiimo (m>*i 
f«*«tiitn .^nrti .Nlarci I-.v.inkr«*li«t«* ultiino prctrnto ant«* dimi ai|M-i«>ni« huju« 
ini)UiMtii>niK." .\ thinl iiujuiftition waA takrn nt Ijemm, in thr r«>unt\ 
(if Su'*^'^, oii thr ninth (Liv of March. U^fon* llinraAft lUntrt. thr Kmtr « 
('M*h('ator, «hirh r(»iitain« thi** Hndinir: ** QikmI liomiiiu^ li«iinru«, niifx-r 
K«*i Aii^'li«*, avu^ (loniini K«nri* nunc, |M*r littt^rat Mia« |ialmtr«, quaniin 
«iata «*«t \\x (lic Jtilii aiin«> n*i*iii nui n<»no. «licti^ juratnrihut in rviiifnrMiii 
(Mkt«*n^:i!«. <lt*ilit «*l rotu'«*fi»it Willrlnu) Clvffoni rlirvalrr rt .\Di»r uiori «'ju*. 
«*t W iil('lni(} Phclipp rt Johanm* iiiori «'jiui, filiabut rt h«*rr«iihu« Hioin*- 
nu{M'r (loiuini (1«* llarih>lf liinc ih-funrti. tiitrr alia, niaimia <ir Ilumton rt 
Iiar|[('hain <niin )M'nin«*ntiiii »ut«i in romitatii pn*«iicto, halMiMia rt li^nf-inLi 
ri«4ii*ni \Vill«'lnio ('KtTonl «'t Antir, Willclino I*h«*h)>|i rt J«>hannr. pn> l«-r- 
mino vit«' illiii* «'«•niin <)ui i>u)i«'rvi\«*ril, cl )M*rr«iihu« «ir c<»rporr «u«) «trtin- 
tilHi**. <-t )>n) (^'fci-tu rvitun n'Vi*r!(U>nr iiuir ri<i4*m avo dirti liomiui li^iri* 
Dum* «t hiniiihii!! ^um itiM^v tant«' im)M*qM*tuuni, uiia rtun ad^ocatiunibti*. 
ruriii», fraurh«'»ii!(. vianli«, iktraif, catallis fuiritivonim «*t frloaum, \i««i franci- 
ph^vni, htf*, rt oiiinibu» (|u«' ad vi«um fnuici^ih^^rii rt Irtaa prrtUM*Dt, runi 
«minihu*» ahit c&itihu*, pruli<*ui» «'t commu«iatthu« ()uil>utruD(|ur dirtis n&anr- 
rii« <)tt<M-uii<)ut' iiumU) «^M^ctantihu», app«*n<i«*iitthu« «ivr prrtiorntibut : virtulr 
cujtiH lioiii 1*1 <*oiicr«%ioiii4 ii«t«-m \Vill«*liiiiiA Clviford rt .\nna, \Villrlmu« 
l*hi'h)t)i vt Johaniia. <lr inaiu-riM pri*dicti« fiirrunt iM*t*iti in fonnn pnralicta. rt 
iid«iii WillflinuH llyifonl «*l Aniia. Willcluiti* I*hi*h|>p rt Johanna* ttatnm 
iiuuiii iii nianrht* ^^nilictt*» (ontiiiu.ivi*nint <)uuu«<)ii«* duiu« Wilk*lmai (*lvft>ni 
olitit f*iiir lH'n*<ii' <h' corpon* «uo «*t coqM>n* )>n*fatr Annr procrrato. Kt 
|Mi«tc.i (h»ininii» Kc\ nttnc )M'r littrra* !»ua« |tatcnt«*% data* a|>ud WrvtnnK 
naj»t«*fiuin \i<-«*«iiiio priino dn' .laiitiani aniio n*};ni «ui «i*&liMliTimo, rvriiant 
conc«*«*ionciii )inflictAin ct roiitinuatioucm fttaliu ct )M>«M-«9ioui9 pivtiM tarum. 
intrr alia, c«>nc«*i»«it ^in^fatu W illchuo i*hcli)i)i rt Jolianur «fiMMi mrvlirta» 
man(-n4»ruin )»n«lictoruni cuiii )M'rtiii«'ntii«, <)iu* pn*fata Anna, \\ ilWiimi* 
I1icli)>)> tt .lo)i.uiiia «ic tiiiic tciiucruiit in fomu |>rrdicta rt qur p<wt 
morldii )in'f.ii«' Atit>«'. < uni i)><^.ini ohin* coiitiiip-nl, ad i)»«um I{«*)rrm rt hr- 
rvdr* «iM^ n'\crti il< ImtcI, )>n*fati* \\iU«*hno I1i«'li)>p rt Johaiinr putt nortiiu 
l^n^fati- Atiiit- ritiiancn-t. haUMbla «1 lctH-uda «ii«ta nuiirria mtrr aka rum 


pertinenttis una cum feodis &c, eisdcm Willelmo Phelipp et Johannc et 
heredihus de corporibus eorumdem Willelmi et Johanne cxeuntibus de ipso 
Rege et heredibus suis pcr scrvicia inde debita et consucta imperpetuum, 
prout in eisdcm littcris patentibus plenius liquet. Ac insuper juratores 
supradicti dicunt quod dictus Henricus, nuper Rcx Anglie, avus doniini 
Regis nunc, per alias litteras suas patcntes dictis juratoribus in evidenciam 
ostensas, concessit prcfatis Willelmo Clyfford et Annc ct Willelmo Phelipp 
et Johanne inter alia manerium dc Byrlingc in comitatu prcdicto cum per- 
tinentiis, una cum fcodis militum, advocationibus ccclcsianun ct aliorum 
beneficiorum ecclcsiasticorum quorumcumquc dicto mancrio dc Byrlynge 
pertinentium sivc spectantium, habcndum ct tencndum cisdcm Willcbno 
Clyfford et Anne ct Willclmo Phelipp et Johanne et hcrcdibus dc corporibus 
ipsius Anne ct Johanne exeuntibus, ita quod si predicti Willclmus Clyfford, 
Anna, Willelmus Phebpp ct Johanna sine hercde dc corporibus dicte Anne 
et Johanne excunte obirent, cxtunc dictum manerium dc Byrlynge cum 
pertinentiis suis, una cum feodis et advocationibus supradictis, ad ipsum 
avum domini Regis nunc et hcrcdibus suis impcrpctuum revcrtcrctur, prout 
in dictis littcris patentibus plcnius continetur. Virtute cujus concessionis 
iidcm Willelmus Clyfford et Anna, Willelraus Phclipp ct Johanna, dc 
mancrio predicto fuerunt seisiti in forma prcdicta, ct iidcm Willelmus Clyfford 
et Anna, Willelmus Phclipp et Johanna, statum suum in prcdicto mancrio 
continuavcrunt, quousquc dictus Willclmus Clyfford obiit sinc hcrcde de 
corpore suo et dc corporc prcfatc Anna procrcato. Et postea Rcx nunc, 
per litteras suas patentcs, quarum data cst apud Wcstmonastcrium dccimo 
die Maii anno regni sui scxtodocimo, rccitans concessionem prcdictam, jus, 
statum, titulum et posscssionem, que prefati Anna, Willclmus Phclipp ct 
Johanna tunc habuerunt in eodcm mancrio cum pertincntiis, acccptavit, 
approbavit, ratificavit ct confirmavit Et ultcrius concossit prcfatis Wil- 
lelmo Phelipp et Johanne inter alia quod mcdietas ejusdem manerii cum 
pertinentiis, que prcfati Anna, Willelmus Phclipp ot Johanna sic tunc tcn- 
uorunt in forma predicta, et quc medietas post mortem prcdictorum Anne, 
Willolmi Phelipp ct Johanne, cum ipsam Annam sine hcrcdc dc corporc 
suo obire contingisset, ad ipsum Rogom et horedes suos revorti deberct, co 
quod prcdictus Willolmus Clyfford mortuus fuit, profatis Willolmo Phclipp 
ot Johanno romanorot, habonda ot tononda modiotato illa cum }HTti- 
nontiis, una cum foodis militum, ^ic, eisdem Willehno Phelipp et Johanm? 

vi hc*n*<lihui th* c<>qMinl»u« iHininiilrin \Vilk*lint> I*Im'1i|>|> rt Johannr « ii*- 
untihut (b* i|>«<> HifT^ H hrnihhiitt «»ui% |>i*r M^nicia iii<lr ilt*hita et «^m^iH-ta, 
prout in riMlrm littrri* i>«t4'ntihii« plrniii» liqiMH. Et |>mlirtii« \VilI«*lniu« 
llM^hpp, (iiM^ni l)«>minut Hrt nunc |M>«tcm rn'&it in Doniinum dr lUrdflf. 
fl*t Joluuina hahiH*runt r%ltiim KliialM-thAni. nu|>tam Jiihanni, Vici*njniiti <lf 
Draunionl, iiclcnuiiM* Vi« •*conMii <*t Khi:ilM*th.i hahiM*nint e&itum \ViH«*lniiim 
IW«um<>nt, ca(lt*m<|ii<« KliuU^tha < hiit. Kt pn^dicti Willrlmu* nH-hpp, 
dominuft <lt* lianlolf. i*t J<>h.inna <h* «intu vt |io«tr««ionr prrdicti% <»hH*niiit 
•riviti. |M>9t (|uorum niortcin ilicta Aiuia {M^r norora .Annr. qiM* fuit uti»r 
Hririnaldi fohhani, inilitiv in di< ti> hn*%i domini Hrin* huic im|iiiftilioiii 
con«ulo iioniinata. «tatuin ct |M>«»M-««i<>iH*in «ua«i pn-dicta* tnta %ita «ua ronti- 
Diiafit «'t ih* tali «tatii «'t |M>iiM*4«ion«* iii<l«* ohiit M>t«ita «rxto dir No%«^iihri« 
altimo pni<Tito. Kt dicti jtir.itiin'«i «licunt <|uod l)ominu« \Vilk*lniii« 
Hrmumont, <loniinii<* i|<* liardolf, «'«tt c<>ti<^iii(n>itk**^>* <*t hrrr« tam pnfaionini 
Willclnii l^hrlipp <-t .loh.iiii>r «l«* cnr|>tirihu« ip*^rum Willrlmi rt Johannr 
proin*atu«, <|tiaiii (Min«>.iii^iiin< ii« «-t h<*n*« pmliclr .\nnr imlr propin<|uH>r. 
Tid<*li(<*t, filiu« KIi/aUth<', tili«* du-liinini Wilk*lnii I^hrlipp rt JohaniM*. 
•orori^ dictc .\nm*, <t ««t <-t fiiit «tati^ «fxdttim annontm dir Vrm-ri* 
pnikimo |K>f»t f<*«tuni Sancti< i K%aii|;«-li«l<* ultimo pn*trntum ant«* 
dimi capcioni* hiiju« in<|ui«itioiii«. Kt ult«Tiu« prrdicti jurmlorr« dictHit 
quo«l nuin<*rta pn*<li< ta ciini {M*rtiii«'ntii« t«-ii« iittir dr «lomino Hr|rr in <-apitr. 
•t*t |M-r (|iir iM*niri.i jiirnton*« pn*dicti |H*iiitu4 ii;noratit, rt quod mrtbrtat 
matMTii dr 11uintt>n nini |m rtiin iitii* f>iii« in oninihu» riitilMi* ultrm rrpn«a« 
vah*t {M*r annuin I (*/<., «t (|(tt «1 n>«dt<ia« di<-ti mancrii <lr lUrkrham rum 
prrtinrntiifl \alrt {mt .inmiiit Ar. l>/i. \l\$. 4ii^ <*t qiKMl mrvlirlaii manrni 
dr Hyrl\ti^<* %al«'t {■•*r ai.iiiiin Ar. .'>/i.' 'lli<' «rit i« thu4 rn<lor*r<l hy ihr 
r«ch«*atiT :-^** K\<*«uti<» i«tiu« hn%i« |»at« i iii <|iirni<lam inqui«itionrm hiiic 
bn*«i (••nMitaiii /* aml lieliiw : — '* \ irTutr i«tiui» hn-^i!* cr{>i in manu liofnini 
Hciri» nirili«*tatr« nuinrriomni dr 11tiiii|iti>n, Harkrham «*t lUrWngr cum 
•uio (M*rtiiM-iitii«, <lr quihu* iii «*ad«*iii iii<)tii*itionr til nM*ntio, pnmt intrnu* 
michi pn*ci{»itur {' aml thr luunr «la^ drli\«'nil into court on thr 16th da% 
of Manh. :iJ llcii. VI.» 

• Tlir rhurrh i-f riiim(-(i>f) hA«) K«rn iri»rn I ; Rr* i.aM i|r WMTm %o fhr Pn«r 
*rti| C'«ii«itM ut >%. Marv l>«ir^. S«<«ith«ark. m «r U^rn fr«4n • rh«ft#f itnal^J l>}i 
lhiK«laU in thr MtinMtM-vtn. Ik4h Ihr rhun hc« ol |*Ioni|4*Mi aant HmvwmbIw »rw 
rt*Uwi9^, rtul ••( «hirh |«tiMi'0« •rrr t •ir-^ !•• tl*# iVtaiT^ iif |>r«f«. t4 «^ W. fr««i 


A fourth inquisition, taken at Leicester on Friday, lOth day of May, 
before William Cotun, the escheator of the county, deduces the descent of 
the manor of Halloughton from the time of its grant by Henry the Second 
to the time of the death of Thomas late Lord Bardolf, and contains 
recitals of the letters patent of Henry IV., dated 10 Aug., 6th year of his 
reign, g^ranting the lands of the same Lord Bardolf to his most dear con- 
sort, Joan, Queen of England, and others giving the reversion of the same 
to the parties named above afber her decease ; as also the letters patent of 
Henry the Sixth, dated lOth May, I6th year of his reign, granting the 
reversion of the moiety, which Anne Lady Cobham held, to Sir William 
Phelipp and Joan and the heirs of their bodies : and a fifth, taken at 
Navenby, com. Linc, before Richard Wenselowe, the escheator of that 
county, describes the joint seizin of the same parties in the manors of 
Caythorp, Ruskington and W^estborough, and recites the letters patent of 
Henry the Sixth, dlst Jan., 16th year of his reign, granting the reversions 
of the moieties expectant upon the decease of the said Lady Anne Cobham 
in like form as above. Three more inquisitions were taken, as to the 
manors of Qwynburgh, Cantele, Strumpeshagh, Scrowteby and Castre 
in Norfolk, at Longstratton, 12 March, and as to the moieties of the manors 
of Clopton and Ilketeshall in Suffblk, at Halesworth, 14th March, 32 
Hen. VI., before William Whyte, the escheator of those counties, and as to 
the manor of Holton in Oxfordshire, at Oxford, 8ih Oct, 33 Hen. VI., 
before Edward EUesmere, escheator of that county, in which are the same 
recitals as to the estate and possession of her, the said Anne Lady Cobham, 
as the survivor, and as to the grants of the reversion after her decease 
to the same parties in tail, and the same findings as to her heir, William, 
then Lord Bardolf ; as also these several statements as to the tenures and 

Plumpton, and 5«. firom Barcombe. They are situate in the Archdeaconiy and Deaneiy 
of Lewee, diocese of Chichester ; an«l had Uy patrona at the time of Pope Nicolas^s Taxa- 
tion in 1291. Birling was only a manor in the pariah of East-Dean-cum-Friston, hundred 
of Willington and rape of Pevensey, giving name to Birling G^p upon the aea coast. The 
Honour, of which the castle of Pevensey waa the chief seat, was afteru^ards designated the 
Honour of L'AigIe from the family which possessed it in the reign of Henry the Fint and 
so sumamed from a town in Normandy. In one inquisition Birling is described to be held 
of the Honour of Aquila, and eventually this Honour became parcel of the Duchy of 

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aniiiial vaIimmi of tl»e ume miinor* : I lalKMightoo maoor. rBtirp« bcld of thr 
Kinir in t*hi«'f li\ tht* Mr%io' of th«* twrlOh |iart of a kni|rht't firf, «orth \^U, . 
C«\thorti. it« tiH«nilM-ri, )h*M in rhH*f hv thr «rrvirr of tntr kniprht** 

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fi^-f, w(»rtli 41 /i. 3j. 4f/. ; Hii!»kin^ton, «ith itt mmihrrt, ^^/i. 3«. 1 1 </. ; 
\Vt*fttU>r«>iiv!h. :ia/i. ; Qvi\tthurv'h. H)/i. ; Caiitlr, 10/a. ; Struin|ir«haf{h. 
5/i. ; Sr«»\it«t.\. UtJ*. Hi/. ; ('A»trf, |t» niarkt ; thr nioirtv of l'hipt«»n, 

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Itl in.irkA ; that <if Ilktiti«)uiU% |t> niArk* ; antl llolt«>n hrltl of thr Kinir 
in rhiff, a« of th«* htin«>iir «»f St. \'al«'iy, hy thr ■rrvirr of rrtMlrrin|r to the 
•anif lonl th<* Kin^^ .iniiiiAlU at tht* ft*a«t of St« Mirharl thr Archan|p'l 
onr |M-nn\ ft»r .ill M'r\i<n»«, .'>2#. I</. farthinjf. 

J«»hii \'iM*<iunt lW*.iiini«iiit niarrittl, aft«»r thr «IrrrAar of hit firvt wif«*, 
Katharitit*. fldt^nt «Lkii^^htfr of Hal{*h dv N<*\illr, fin»t Vmt\ of Wrvtmorrlantl, 
br hi!» MTontl >AifV. Jitaii. (iaui!ht«*r of John «)f (taunt, Dukr of I^nrattrr, 
«itlow of Johii MM\ilir.'i\ . Dukt* <>f Norfolk. »ho dird 19tb Oct. 1 1 lltni. \'l^ 
I48:f, and of 'rKomai Stninirt«.i\«, knijrht. Hy Irttrrj patmt. hrannf 
datr at \\ <'«tn.iti*tir hth Jul\. L'Hih llt-n. VU 146(1, br waa rrmtrd I^rd 
(tn-at ('haiiilM rlain ; aiid in thr thirtv-fir«t \rtkr «/ llm. VI. hr wat (*hirf 
S(*iit*iH^hal of all tht* nianor;* aiiti laiuit Wlonintifir ^ Qurm Marirmrrt tA 
Anjoti, nt a ><'«rly |K*n«ion of 6l>/i. IU#. 4«/. llnu allird t«> tbr h«Nitr <if 
Ijinca«tfr hy <it*<irrnt and niarhai:f, hr waa a wann tupportrr «jf thtnr 
ran>H*. aiui a |>nnri|»al a<iviM*r of hi« M>Vfrri|rn up to tbr tiror of tbr Uodinf 
of thf Ivarl of \Var%iick in KfUt. «ho «iiccrr<ird in gminin|r poaariaioo id 
I^UKion. *J Jiil\. :i8 lI<Mi. VI., 1400. Mranwhilr tbe KiuK collfTtrd btt 
forf«>% at (*«>\t*ntry. at.<i fn>m thmcr advanrrd witb tbrm to Nortbamptoo, 
««infitlfiit of \i<-tory. l'nfortunat«*ly a traitor wa« Mnoiiirit tbrir lru«lrri 
in thf t>«*rM>n of Ktimiimi, I«or<i <tn*v of I(uth\n, wbo caauiiaiitlrd tbr 
vani^uani. Ati<i. iti«tfad of <i«'f«*ndinir hit poi»t, hr intriMlucrd tbr Vtirkitta into 
thr hfart <>f thr ranip. llii* «a.« on thf ItHh <bv of Julr, and tbr mull 
of thr artion, «hirh Uttrd but a thort timr, wat a victory <m tbr part of 
thr nUU, %khirh cott Iliimphrry Dukr of Huckin|rbam, Jobn Eaii of 
Shn'W«hiir\. John Vi«r<Hint lW*aiimont, 'IlMim.\t I«ord HfrTmHmt« and Sir 
Williani Lury. thrir livrt, thry hrinfr «Utn. rttbrr <« tbr firld of bftttir 
or n thf pur«uit. Kinfr ll«-nry rrcrivrd fnmi tbr victort rvrrj df»- 
mon*tratioit of ff «iKvt, aiid >Aa* hy th<*m con<iiirtr«i lo I.nfKioo. I)urin|rtbr 
nrit n-tnial \far W illum ll«aum<'nt, I.ord lUniolf, «on oi thr Utr vit- 
couiit, ohtaitiTti from thf King a «nt. datfd at \\r«tminttrr, 2od <Ut «if 

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September following,* to have his age proved, in order to take up the suc- 
oession to his patemal and matemal inheritance, which had now been cast 
upon him. The following record proves that the King yet continued to 
exercise regal authority, and it was only in the following month that the 
Duke of York avowed his claim to the crown. 

Probatio etatis Willelmi Beaumont militis, Domini de Bardolf, filii Jo- 
hannis nuper Vicecomitis Beaumont et Elizabethe uKoris ejus defuncte, 
consanguinei et heredis Johanne, Domine de Bardolf, videlicet, filii Eliza- 
bethe filie predicte Johanne, ac consanguinei et heredis Anne que fuit 
uxor Reginaldi Cobham militis, videlicet filii Elizabethe filie dicte Jo- 
hanne sororis ejusdem Anne, in brevi huic inquisitioni consuto nominati, 
fadSL et capta apud Folkynghamf tluu? die Septembris, anno regni Regis 

* The writ ifl ai follows : — " Henricus, Dei gratia Rex Anglie et Franeie et Dominus 
Hibemie, Escaetori suo in comitatu Lincolnie, salutem. Quia Willelmus Beaumont, 
miles, Dominuf Bardolf, filius Johannis nuper Vicecomitis Beaumont, et Eliza- 
bethe uxoris ejus defuncte, consanguineus et heres Johanne, Domine de Bardolf, que de 
nobis tenuit in capite, die quo obiit, videlicet, filius Rlizabethe, filie predicte Jo- 
hanne, ao consanguineus et heres Anne, que fuit uxor Reginaldi Cobham militis, que 
umiliter tenuit de nobis in capite die quo obiit, videlicet filius Elizabethe, filie dicte Jo- 
hanne, sororis ejusdem Anne, dicit se plene etatis esse et petit do nobis terras et tenementa, 
que sunt de hereditate sua et in custodia Johannis Vicecomitis Beaumont ex commiasione 
noetnt, sibi reddi; per quod volumus quod idem Willelmus, qui apud Edenham in comi- 
tatu predicto natus et in ecclesia ejusdem ville baptizatus fuit, ut dicit, etatem suam pro- 
b«t ooram te. Et ideo tibi precipimus quod ad certos diem et locum, quos ad hoc provi- 
deris, probacionem predictam per sacramentum tam militum quam aliorum proborum et 
legalium hominum de comitatu predicto, per quos probacio illa capi et veritas etatis pre- 
dicte melius sciri posset et inquiri, capias. Et sciro facias prefato Johanni quod tunc sit 
ibidem ad ostendendum, si quid pro se habeat vel dicere sciat quare prefato Willelmo, ut 
illi, que plene etatis est, si plene etatis sit, terras et tenementa predicta cum pertinentiis 
reddere non debeamus. Et probacionem illam sic captam nobis in cancellaria nostra sub 
sigillo suo et sigillis, per quos facta fuerit, sino dilatione mittas et hoc breve. Teste 
meipso apud Westmonastcrium secundo die Septembris anno rcgni nostri tricesimo nono.** 
There is also this endorsement on this brief: — *' Exccutio istius probationis patet in 
quadam probatione huic brevi consuta ;** and below, ** Et ulterius vobis certifico quod 
infrascriptus Johannes Vicecomea mortuus est. Ricardus Fyasheburn, armiger, Escaetor.*^ 
Hence the Sovereign up to this time was unccrtain as to the fate of his gallant adherent, 
and as this proof of age was delivered into the Court of Chancery on the 20th day of Sep- 
tember, 39 Hcn. VI. by the hands of William Belford, it would only be on that day that 
the truth of his being slain was certified to his Sovereign. 

f Folkingham, a market-town and parish in the hundrp<l of Avelund, parts of Ke»- 
tevcn, Lincolnshire, was also the site of a castle, which, aftor hoing the capital scat of the 

ccir pmirACi. 

Ilrnriri trxti conini RicmHo Fyvtbebiinu Mfartorv dicti Domtiii Rcfnt iti 
comiutti Lincolnir, prptnttu prvdini hrrria cidra McaKori dirrrti, prr •ami- 
mcntum daodecim proboniro H )r|r«lium hofnioum do comitatu pfrdicto tub- 
■criptoruin. ridi*licf*t« Thomc Clcrmoiid armifvri rtatit %M aniHinim rt 
ampliu4 jtiniti rt pro m* rxaminiiti dr rt tuprr ctJUnB prvlati Willrlmi 
Rraiimont militit. qtii dicit quod prrdictut Willeliiiut Bcmnml mtlrt nmiut 
fuit apiid Kddrtilum* in comitjitu prrdirtort in r ccl>«i <jmdr« rillr bspti- 
tatu« in fnito tancti (tconrii nurtiritt anno rrfrni Rcfnt mtiie ivi^ rt fuit 
rtati* Yxii annonim ad ft*ttum Saocti (trorfrii BMrtirit ahinio pnrtrritum 
antr capciimrro hujut probationit, cujut compatrw fbcnmt Abbat dt Crow- 
land rt llartholororut Hrokr^hT rl commatcr ipaiua Wlllrhm fbit Anna 
nxor Willrlmi PorttT militit.t Kt rrquititut qualilrr boe 9dlU dirit qiiod 
rodrni fi»^to tancti (ttHiririi quo prrdictut Willelmat natut fuit i«lmi 
Thoma^ mt!»ttit fiiit prr Johannmi dtiminum Braumont, cum quo adtutic 
pnnlit tuw Thimiat trahrbat moram, ad videndum apparatum dicte rrrlrtir 
et domiiio tuo iiidr crniticandum, qui trcundiim prec e ptum dicti domini tui 
vrnit ad dictam rcclriiiam rt illam inirrnit cirrumqitaque omatam ve«tibu« 

lloiMiur <>f Oaunl, «m, «ith il« af>p«o«lMit kniKlit*t ftms givMi lo il«ar7 4» 
riHiMii. h« l-Ul«»nl iIm» H«r«iml. tn th» flm tmr oC hit nnini. 

* t:.lrnhain. a pnmh in th« mmp^tMk* ol IMtMkw, pmiU «1 Kmmmk, luarvlw^trv. 
hA«l. » ith it» aoke. Iw^ |iafr«l of thr lluocfar ol (}»ant ; Ihw), km iIm T«ta 4» N«^, mmS^r 
WaiiTtiu^ha ilo IWitjiao«r, mr rmt\, ** Chlli^u* 4« (iMint iMMt R4uilMai 
dr •liinimu Rr|p> in rmpttr tlr r«>n<|u<«(u. Itrm. Abhn* 4« VftlW ll«« «t HuiC» 4o 
|«iiritt ihi.lrm fmi>tum unm* mtiitM «Ir RA<lul|ih«i 4r U Hni#fv, «t itWai fUdvi^at 4» 
Ctiliirrto «Ir (•Aunt. rt nlrm (iiliirrtu* 4r 4omin«> Krifr at Miim la mfM»." Thii Ahh^j 
tft \AUi\ry 1« III thr |karMh of l>lmhAm. uf thr fuuniUtH<n of Ci«uAvj 4« Bm i i hoa ft, «itli 
Ihr nttwnt «<f fUH (•iit>rrl ; »n4 to thi» •|hi(, thrn r«JU«l |trarh«r«rt, • ■«■■iliri o# C'm 
Irrrwn monWc «m trftiwirrTv»! frum H;th*m. an •4j«»«ainic poraJi, «rlMva iWjr h^ Ums 
flr«( |>lantr«l \>j Willuni Ijt (•n«, Cumtr uf Aum*J«*, in 1147. To lh«i ohWjr tho charrAi 
of F^lrttluim. •Ir4ii-air«l tt> Ht. Mi«-h*rl. «m »|>ftrufir>*lr4. ThntaM CUfwoao^ «m) lor4 
of thr mAn«>r uf Uttir llalr. «iu* Wrat ll«ir. nror F«4kifH(h*m. a hjuoiH u| Ofoal IIaU. 

t J«4in l.itiittKt<»n «m* At.U4 uf C^mwUiwl «1 thia 4*tr. *i3r4 A|>nl. U3^«. BarthoA» 
mr» Hn»k*«^,«, r«>|uin<. \^*A Uttrrt t>f pnil«rtM*«. fUt«>4 I4th Jaor. 3 H«i. V. 14I>, la 
r«»nftr<^ufn<-«- of 1 i« U iti|; rtxg^^i tu ArrumfMiy thr KmiC tn htt «t|i*4itHm lo Froar*. 
llr «M •.Atol *t yrr^iy, «.iti. l>ri«-.. *a4 4h<4 1*7 llco. VI. Ul*». Hir WiUioai l*<ir%*r. 
knit;l.t. n^»'l«^l «t ( «•tt^^»nrf..n. txmt. N'««th. iM«r Htamlur«l. mmd Aaoo wg» prnkaMy Hmi 
ftrM «ifr uf Hir M'ilti«ra r«*rtrr. h< ir U> hw iahrr, fdr Willi*m Portrr. koifhl, 40rmm4 in 
U llrn. VI 1 l.ltf. «Imm «^1*14 «tfi^, AiHMa. 4*uichl«r *a4 robrtr mf IW A4afll Vi 
kniirht, 4i««l in I Iv4» IV. 1111. «hr hma Ihra km ai4o«. 


tericis et anreis ac fontem dicte ecclesie superornatum cum quodam panno 
anreo rubei et decori colorisy et ibidem invenit Robertum Wilbraham armi- 
germn, Johannem Trenthall et quamplures aliorum servientium dicti do- 
mini de Beaumont patris predicti Willelmi ; qui vero predicti Robertus 
WUbraham et Johannes Trenthall sibi dixerunt predictum Willelmum in 
dicto festo sancti Georgii fuisse natum. Per quod bene recolit quod idem 
WiUelmus fuit etatis xxii annorum in festo sancti Georgii ultimo preterito. 
Thome Walcote de Pykworth etatis Ix annorum et amplius jurati et pro se 
examinati de et super etatem predicti Willelmi Beaumont militiS) qui de et 
fuper etatem, de die, anno et loco nativitatis predicti Willelmi concordat 
cum predicto Thoma Cleymond. £t requisitus qualiter hoc scit, dicit quod 
ipse vidit Abbatem de Crowland, compatrem predicti Willelmi, exequentem 
officium baptizacionis ejusdem Willelmi, eodem tempore quod idem Wil- 
lehnus baptizatus fuit, per quod bene recolit quod idem Willelmus fuit 
etatis xxii annorum in festo sancti Georgii ultimo preterito. Thome 
Bowett etatis 1 annorum et amplius jurati &c. dicit quod ipse pre- 
aens fuit et vidit Annam, commatrem predicti Willelmi, ipsum Willelmum 
levantem de sacro fonte eodem tempore, per quod &c. Johannis Robynson 
de Kyrkeby etatis Ix annorum et amplius jurati &c. dicit quod ipse vidit 
Margaretam, nuper uxorem Willehni Armeyn militis,* portantem pre- 
dictum Willelmum ad ecclesiam predictam baptizandum in eodem festo 
sancti Georgii, quo idem Willelmus baptizatus fuit, per quod &c. 
Hennci Everard de Lavyngton etatis xlviii annorum jurati &c. dicit quod 
ipse portavit quendam torticem ardentem coram corpus predicti Willelmi a 
predicta ecclesia de Eddenham usque ad manerium de Grymesthorpf 

• Sir WilUam Aniiine, knight, of Osgodby, a hamlet of the parish of Kirkby Under- 
wood, adjacent to Edenham, Ls said to have married a daughter and heiress of Brittain of 
Barmeston — doubtless this Margaret. 

t Grimsthorpe was a manor in Edenham, and anciently of its soke. " Gilbertus de 
Gaunt tenet Edenham et sokam in dominieo de baronia sua/^ is an entiy in the Tcsta de 
Nevill under Beltealaw ; and in the Nomina Villarum, 9 Edw. II. 1316, Edinham, Su- 
thorpe, Eylestorp, GrummeRtorp, and Scotilthorpe are dcacribed as one vill in Beliteelawe. 
In the reign of Henry the Second, Robert Fitz-Hugh of Tatersale held one knight and a 
half of the demesne of Edenham ; and his descendant, Robert de Tatersale, in the time of 
King John, had in Grimestorp the fief of a fifteenth part of one knight, which Hugh de 
Nevill, Graasus, held. In his descendants this manor continued for several generations, 
until it was acquired by the lord of the fief, John, Viscount Beaumont, who made it his 


fodfm frsto iaucti (icorgii, quo idein Willrlniitt hApUutttt fait, per quod 
itc. Stnionii MrtftyngKain dr Snnpnnghani rtatit iKix annoruin H am* 
plius jurati Ac. dirit quod i|>«e portavit unum par prWiom dmnrmtorum tt 
eooprrtorura a mmnrrio dr (irrmrftthorp uaqur ad rcclrMm prpdictam dr 
EddmKam ad Uvandaa roanuii compatrum rt coowmtris predicti Willrlmt 
poat baptiiacioorro rjuMirm Willrlmi codrro feato annclt CWorips, quo idrm 
Willrlroua baptiiatui fuit, prr quod Sec Waltrri Biiiatt «lAtit ihi annorum 
•t aropliuft jurati (kc. dictt quod Kobrrtu* 61ittt r|tti primofCBtlai natiti luit 
in rodrro frtto tancti (icorini, quo kc. Johannii Truiwl ctni» Itit attno> 
ruro H amplius jurmti Scc. dicit quod iptr in (mIo •nnclt Gcorfit portaTit 
duat Yrttr», %ocatmf (*arprttr, •trmmdat coram fbolflm dicto tc cW Mi dr 
Eddmharo quo frtto idrro Willrlrout baptintitt fitil, prr quod Sec, Hcnhci 
Curwyn riatit li annoruro jurati &c. dictt qocMl ipae apod mai»riam dr 
(f rrrortthorpr vrndidit Johanni domino dr Bcaitmool qnaidam palfridnm 
albi colorit pro x librit rodrm frtto, quo &c. Johannii Nevyk nalit 
Ixviii annorum jurmti Scc. dicit quod iptr rrorbal dr Johannr <***"«f^ dr 
Bcauroont, patrv ditti Willrlroi, dcorm acrat botci pro ili. iii«. iiii^ rcMlrm 
feito, quo &r. llioroc, trrvimtit mraialit Abbalii do Crovlond, ctatit 
xlviii annorum rt aropHut jurmti &c. dicit quod ad timc fiiil tcrTicoi mc- 
ntalit Abbatit rt rquitabat cum prcdicto abbate u^uc (ir j i mfit horp codcm 
fcito, quo &c. Johannis dr Newtoo ciatit lix annorum jarali Ac didt 
quod in rudrm frtto tancti (trorgii Simoo Srllc, patrr prcdicli Johaattia, 
icpuUuB fuit in rrclrtia dr Eddmham, quo Sic. Data apod Folkjnfham 
prrdirto liiii* dir S*ptrrobnt, aimo nuprmdicto domini Rcgia. 

r«M«l<t»c«>, AA«| «birh <U«rwfitl4*il lo hM wm WilliMn, Viaru«Mt B«MUMOi Mki L«4 Bttr- 

4olf. l>>ii aii in<|ui«lMm, ukm aI lunroln in lh« mAk, IM CVt. 4 Kiw. IT. 1164. 

h « fc* ci Jtihn Hunih. f«rh«nl<ir ai Ljnouln*htrv. tlt* jarjp «Wrlnrad «^«0 llMk «tlki llMi 

John Uu> ViMXHint HmuimHil hA«l lM>rn iriMNl in hi» 4< uiinin M of §m htSan ^km 4 4mf 

«ilMarrh. 1«l.>l M«. IV. iKfl.ihr tUvtif h» Mvtmkun lo iW IhroM, «1 iWaMtintl 

Gr7«>«<«lh«fff«r. A«l«<Mh«iqir. antl ScKiUxifp in ihe rvmntt. «nh «Jl ihMT 

fmnmmi^yrm ; m>4 thu* Ui«*rr«>f «ntMl, lirlur» Uw muiI 4lh wC MAfrh hMi 

ll«»«Wr. IVimM HuunUM. Ktrhanl llin<hMn, Jtjhn TmiUMll« TWm llmvU, Mi4 

ltirK*nl Nrrll. in thr Monr. tt» h«44 U» ihrm mmI thrtr hmt%, lo lh# «w tmd htkmml mt l^ 

M^ Ulr ViM^iutit an<l hw hrini. At thr «unr tiror KMhMinr IhM<Ww ml SCoKBlh h«l4 

in hrr tlo«rr of thr inhmtAArr ai Willuun Viarovnt IWnanMMil, «4 lh# grtll mi Ik» 

John Ulr VMTtiunt Hrftunknnt, ticM<r hrr hii*l«nU, tsn thr 4th «Uv *4 MMfh 

«MAt^r **t t-^lrnham. i*t «hirh thr rrvrrHon ««• hrlo«»|png to iho idmmttid WlQlMB Ti 

ro«nt IW«ttm«mt *n<l hi» hnra. 


After the return of this proof of age into Chancery on the 20th day of 
September, the King sent a second writ to the escheator of Lincolnshire 
which contains a recital of the tenour of the fonner, and concludes as 
follows ; " Ac tu inter alia retomaveris quod predictus Johannes Vicecomes 
mortuus est, tibi precipimus quod scire facias Johanni episcopo Uerefordie, 
Leoni domino de Welles, Ricardo Bingham, Roberto Staunton, Ricardo 
Walcote, Ricardo Denyngton, Thome GarwcU et Georgio Homeby, 
executoribus testamenti predicti Johannis nuper Vicecomitis Beaumont,* 
quod sint coram nobis in cancellaria nostra a die sancti Michaelis proximo 
futuro in tres septimanas, ubicumque tunc fuerit, ad ostendendum, si quid 
pro se habeant vel dicere sciant, quare terras et tenementa predicta cum 
pertinentiis prefato Willelmo, ut illi, qui plene etatis est, si plene etatis sit, 
reddere non debeant, et habeas ibi tunc hoc breve. T(este) me ipso apud 
Westmonasterium xxvi die Septembris anno regni nostri tricesimo nono.** 
This second writ was thus indorsed : ** Virtute hujus brevis scire feci 
Johanni episcopo Herefordie, Leoiii domino de Welles, Ricardo Bing- 
ham, Roberto Staunton, Ricardo Walcote, Ricardo Denyngton, Thome 
Garwell et Georgio Homeby, executoribus testamenti Johannis nuper 
Vicecomitis Beaumont infra specificatis, quod sint coram Domino Rege in 
Cancellaria sua ad diem infra contentum, ubicumque tunc fuerit, ad defen- 
dendum se, si quid pro se habeant vel dicere sciant, quare terre et tenementa 
infra specificata cum pertinentiis Willelmo Beaumont militi infranominato, 
qui plene etatis est, reverti non debeant. Ricardus Fysshebume, escaetor.** 

After the expiration of the three weeks following the feast of St. Michael, 
the King by his letters patent, bearing date at Westminster, l5th day of 
November, 39th year of his reign, 1460, granted licence to Sir William 
Beaumont, knight, son and heir of John, Viscount Beaumont, late deceased, 
to have livery of seizin of all and singular the castles, manors, and other 
possessions of his late father, and to receive all the issues and profits of the 
same from the time of the decease of the said John, late Viscount Beau- 
mont, save only the homage and fealty due to the King and his heirs, such 
livery to be sufficient and valid as if sued out of Chanoery in due course of 

* John Hanbury had been translated from Bangor to the see of Hereford, 7 Feb. 
1453, and was living at this time. Leo, Lord Welles, was the sixth Baron of his family, 
and a zealoos Liancastrian, seated in Lincolnshire. Richard Bingham was a Judge of the 
King^s Bench in 1457. 


law, uotwHhtUndinir the omiMtcxi of aiij iiK|uiftition pMt monfm or otKrr 
usuaI prucmt.* By writ with the Kiuj(^'i tmtr, at Wrvtminttrr iNth uf 
Drcember followini^, WilliAm Vitccmnt BeiumoQt wat appointrd a ron- 
•ervator of the peacp in the count j of LticfgteT, 

Phor to theacccMton of Edward the Fourth. 4th Marrh, 1461, Willuun 

• fhi U>« PftMI Roll.ail lleo.Vl.m. H. uodrrtlMlMMluic ** !>• ImmHb incr««l»ni*li.** 
w» n^d M fullow» : " §<«•« umnihoa «d qu(», Kc. Mlul«m. 8rifttlt quo4 mtm «U ffr»rt« 
■Mtrm «pMnAJi rtmrrMimua r< prr |tr««rntra l«r«firMm <l«4uuu0 WiUrlmo Hmam^itit, 
mUHi, fllio r< hrrvili Joluuini* Virrrumitis IW«umoot Bafwr <l«6iiMrti, q»oi| i|»r in umnui 
«C ilnfnilA rMtru, domifti*, m*Mrin, trrrMi, trormMit*, 
■MntA (|aMiun(|a« rom frodi» milrtam, advoratioailMM 
taum, copolUrvm, (mAtArmnMi «< boafHtoJiaai, or olt» 
qaibuM*um«|ur, qa« prr ««r puit mortom prvdirti oafwr Vi 
doTvorruat rt in manihus ooMn* odhac r&tatuot «ra drvmir» «t 
prrlkto Willrlmo nunr %*ir«rromiti llmumont prr m«« poat 
eomitia oli(|uo mo(io drarrodrrani, rrmooroot «H prrtincat, Mtr* qao«iamodo d«orr«>lrfv. 
fwvrti. rrmon«ff« «rl pcrtmrrr u«« apiietorv drl*rot tm dobf a nt , lirtl# «t impaor incrvdi 
«t arwtn rt pl(Niom H portArom •«•Moom «t pomoooonrm ln«W fnprrror raitat «t pnAroA 
omniuro rt Mnipilorum roitniram Ar. • trmpor» mort» prtdirti JolMnnM oa|Mr Vir» 
romiti* llroumoot pmriprrr, or ro Mhi H hrrvdihos «im ntinorr, boKorv H 
pomit ohM|ur p r o omu rommaoi iodr «ri oliraja* iodr porrvlW M ca o d am 
loipii noatn Anirlir «m rarvum ronr«IUrir noatrr fkricndo, ma monot nmtn 
vondo, homoipo tomm «t fld«litot« nohit in bor porfr drhltlt nobM M m|M t mlm. Kt 
qood udrm lOfcrrmiM, «riMno «t pomoMto prr iptnm Will«liwam nnnr Vir«camil«m ll mo- 
moot dr K in prrmMM in formo prodirto hohiu rt optooU Mot «t «ftMtont mIn «t ll«r»dilia« 
•aw o«lro rllirorvo rf ««Jidi m* tonti «iKun» in Iricr rr|CO nm «t brmWo naatva»» or M «mrt 
vol Mnrnt ri un* MiArMtM rt ItkoIm lihrrorio trl plorra «aliU-trolMi «t hp^alm li l« « mn»O MO 
imdrm prr i|«am WiHrlmuro. nnnr Virrromitrm Hmamrmt, «stro mnr»llorMm 
rt |i#r rurMtm rommaoM I«km noitrw drl«itr, prtMoral» «t bohtlo, ollqno nrfli 
l an MM n nr «rl mi«pr«Monr oot o1i«|im drlnrtu qiMMramqoo tn inq[«iMlMniba« poM 
Irm prrdk-ti nu|irr Virrcomtti», itrmoo umnMoo* ropmiMM olamjnt MifniHtMMM ««I 
inquMitMioum. «|ur pi«< monrm pTMlirti ouprr Vtr««ru«utM n^ii diliaMO«nt, ont oUqoo ro 
«ol motrrio «rl qtii(»u*run«|ur nominiho» prriliritt* noprr Viiiriaoi» IWoamoni oot pn^ 
dirtm nunr Virrromra in tn«|at)Mti(ioihoa prNliriu rmMofttur, aot ro qood oaUo li 
port mortrm pmlirtt noprr VnNw ni miti» «inotr hrr^M noatn dr di 
eopto rt lo roocrlUTM oaotrm rvtonuito rsMlot, oot to qood ««| 
oonui* prrmMattrum. aut aliu d(»nu rt «^inrrMtooihu* rtKlrm nonr Vi 
w« olir^t ootoTMonn «no prr iMn vrl p«r aliqorm p r«K«nltw 

lo pffmmUba» Urto ooo «&Mt«t, oot oliqno Mototo «m ordl 
ordtnoto «m prwMo, non ob«tonto lo m)«i rm, Ar. T«Mo 
HMtam ar" dM Novomhrtn P«r hr««« d« pn«oto «NTUn «t 4n 


Viscount Beaumont and Lord Bardolf had married his first wife, Joan, 
daughter of Humphrey Stafford, Duke of Buckingham, hy his wife Anne, 
another of the daughters of Ralph de Neville, first Earl of Westmoreland, 
sister of Katharine, Duchess of Norfolk, the stepmother of this second 
Viscount Beaumont, and of Cecily, Duchess of York, mother of the new 
sovereign. Notwithstanding this connection, he continued to support the 
cause his father had died in defence of, and was present at the battle of 
Towton, fought on Palm Sunday, 29th day of the month of March, on the 
Lancastrian side. He was there made prisoner, but contrived to effect his 
escape on the 14th day of November following, and for several years con- 
tinued in rebellion to the newly established sovereign. In the Parliament, 
b^un at Westminster on the fourth day of that month^ William Viscount 
Beaumont was attainted and disabled from holding any dignity or estate, 
whereby his extensive possessions continued during the whole time of suc- 
cession of the Yorkist line of Kings at the disposal of the crown. By 
letters patent, dated at Westminster, 5th day of March, 2nd year of his 
reign, 1462, King Edward granted to Thomas archbishop of Canterbury, 
and George bishop of Exeter, his best beloved cousins, and to his beloved 
Joan, wife of Sir William Beaumont, knight, late Lord Beaumont, daughter 
of Humphrey late Duke of Buckingham, the manors of Stowebardolf, 
Rungton, Fareswell in Fyncham, Whinburgh, Mateshall, Cantley, Strump- 
shaw and Caister-Bardolf in Norfolk ; Ilketshall, Denington and Brundisb, 
and Cretingham in Suffolk ; Ruskington aud Digby, Westborough and 
Caythorpe in Lincolnshire, which had becn those of Thomas, late Lord 
Bardolf, or of William Phelipp, late Lord Bardolf, (the manors and 
demesnes of Plumpton, Birling and Barcombe in Sussex, and an inn ia 
London near Pauleswarff being excepted and reser\'ed to the grantor, his 
heirs, and assigns,) to have and to hold to the same archbishop, bishop 
and Joan, and to the heirs of the body of the same Joan, to the use and 
behoof of the same Joan and her heirs aforesaid ; and in default of such issue 
of Joan, then all the aforesaid manors, &c. except as before excepted, were 
to remain to the aforesaid William Beaumont and the heirs of his body 
legitimately begotten, with reversion in default of such issue to the grantor 
and his heirs. 

By writ dated at Westminster, 16 Jaly, 3 Edw. IV. 1463, Richard 
Quaterma^ms, Richard Foweler, Richard Suthwell, Thomas Gros, Thomai 

CAMD. 80C. 2 e 

crt pmirACi. 

HvkKuB, Refinak] ftaoM^ Willuiii llutr, Robert l>>toD, WilliAin IlaMlcirti, 
AW\intW W(«dr, John Rofrgrr and Jobn BUkr wrrr appointMl, alutifr «iUi 
tW «h«-nlf« of Norfolk. Suffolk« llertfonl»htr«, OifonUhirr, Canibridirrvhire 
UKi ljncoln»hin% a» commii«ion<Tt« to inqtiire at to what Undt, Ac. Wil- 
liam Ulr Vitcount Detumont and Ix>rd of Bardolf had held ao or prior to 
thr dAT of the accetiion of the kin^ to the throoe. Purmant to thit writ 
M in<|uitttton was Uken at Thame, com. Oioo, 6lh Nor. foUowiniTt brfonr 
Quatemuijni and Fowrler, as to the manor of llc4ton, ia that coontj ; a 
•econd at CockU*j, com. Norf. 2C)th Not. before Suthwell and BUke, a» to 
the manors in that county named alwTe and thoae of Erpinfrham and 
Wickmere, parcel of the inheritanre of the fiunilj of ErpinKham; a 
thiftl at Whatton, com. llerta. 26 Not. before llattklen and Rofnrer, 
•■ to the manor of WhattonHUte>Stooe ; a fourth at Cajthorp, com. Linc. 
86 NoY., U-fore the tami*, at to the manort named above ; a ifth at iX-n* 
ninirton, com. Suff. 2Nth Noy., before Rout and BUke, at to Deoninirtcio 
and Brundifth tnanort, merobert of tht* honoor of Eje, IlkctthalU Cloptoo, 
and (*rvtin|rham ; and a tiith at Wilbraham, com. Cant 6 l>ec., brfure 
llatilden and UofrK<*i'* ^ t<> that manor. In the folkminf jear, 4 Cdw. IV. 
1464, timiUr itiqutiiitiont wen* taken, of which the ftnt wat takm at Lrj* 
cettiT, 14 S'pt., U*fure William AMhrbv, etcheator of that countj, at to 
hit tenun* of the manort tif I^ouirhborouirh with the advowton of the 
churrh, of Walton-on*the-Wouldt with the advowton of the churrh, of the 
ndirovifion of thr rhurch of (^otninirton, of 8herpthead« of ont moietj uf 
the honour callrd Wincht*iiter Fee, and of the manor of Whittington ncnr 
I^ci-«trr ; and alM> at to the tmure of Katharine I>iicheat of Norfolk in 
dowi*r of ht« inh4*ntance, of the dotatioo of John Ute Vitcount Bcnumoot, 
Ute \wr hu»band. of the manort of Whitwick, Ikwhettoo, Newtoo, lloclet- 
eotts Dountnirton, .Nlarkfield, Uothbv. and IWaunumoir, for the term of her 
lifr. «ith n*v«T»it»n tti the afon*^i«l William IWaumont and hit hrinu A 
tecontl int]tti%ititm waji takrn at thr cattlr of Linculn, 15 Srpti, beforr John 
|lur>;h« «*«chrator tif that rountv. at to hi« tenurr of (frimtthorpe, .\jW»- 
thoq» tnd .SmthtiqM*. untlrr a fruffinrnt to hit ute, and at to the tenure of 
Katlianttr l>uth«*«» of Norfolk of the mauor of Fxienham, in dower for 
ihi* ttnn of h«*r lifr, with rr\«*r«inn tt> thr afurrtaid William and hi* heir». 
A third wa« tdk« n ut I^*w«n, tMi thr ^anir tU), iMrforr William Martton, 
ett li«*«t«ir «»f SutM*i, ai» tt> hii tenurr of numpton, BamNnb and Bcfiing. 

if T«EX. A sca: w aiiet n: :^bK&rc. :m. Su^ :^ .W. >«^ 

s$ or lc^ «imnr iC :^ »Mm 

WHbb Lcff-i Hftsavs ^^ neoRiyc Jbl ^ ^ikqk^ :»k^ 

tke wsrd of Bcivari Cssde. LaodcB. mder a fMdbMt to ki» «kw^x YW 
to kis tamre of Fo&T&e^kim. WelbcwBk H«ilc^«iclv>ttv Ikv4^ 
LmBgtoB, AuthoqK, AslackbT, Binborpe. Bkktfr^ Riffiiur^ mi^ 
SappertoB m LincoliKsliire ts now mkang^ altboogli %li^*TiN\i in tW 
CalcDdar; in vlddi. as it is priixted. the Unds of the attadnti^i TlK>aM$ Lool 
Ros, Bcmuif Castie with its members, ind tbots«p of J^me» Buikr^ Kari 
of Wihiliire, Ashbj de U Zooche &c^ and the manor of llaW. bek>iv:in|r 
to Thomas Cleymoond, also attainted, are mixed up vith thotM^ \4* tW 
attaiirted Vtflcoont, mider the headiog, ^ Wllliehnus \lc\>comc(» B^umout» 
dominns Bank^, attinctos.** 

In the foDowing year an inquisition was taken at Norwich in tho Shiix»* 
bous, 28 Mar., 5 Edw. IV. 1465, before Edward Clew wiiuin\ <^^ht^t\ur 
of Norfolk and Suffolk, wbich describes Sir William IWumoitU kuijfht» 
who bad becn attainted and convicted of high treason, iu tho IVrliamont itf 
the said Lord the King held at Westminster 4 Nov., in tho fir*t )t>ar i^* his 
reign, by the authority of the san^e Parliament, to havo bot^n mnttHl iu hi« 
deroesne as of fee in the same countj of the manor of Wvnuiyny aud 

caui rRsrACK. 

tbe honour anneicd to tt ; aa abo of the muior of Scro te b y with ils afpur* 
teoancr^, wnrth annumllj 15/a. On the fiilUminfr Sstunla/ aa tiK|aiiitioii 
w«s takiMi at IbxxU-t in the countj of Sufolk brfure the Mint e9chf«tor, 
M to hi« tmurr of the nuinor of Willughbrj, aliu Wilhj, io the wme 
countv, morth annualW l3/i. 

Dr Uttrn patrtit, )»(*Arin|f^ clatc at Wc«tmin«t«r« IS Feh.* 1 £«!w. IV. 
146:2, thc caiitU* and honour of Ft>lkjnirham, com. linc the maoori of 
Lavingtcm, Sap|M*rt«>n, Authorpc, A«Ukby, Hirthorp, Rippiiifnilev the moirty 
of thc nianor of lUrkcr, and thc manor of Welhottni, io the toaii» couot? ; 
Ihc nianor» of I^>U|;hborouj;h an<i Sheep^heod, eooi. Leir., the foreMmhip 
of Hutland and nuinor of Lifcild in that count? ; tba boose callcd IW«u- 
mcint't Innc, «itiuitc in the pariih of St. Deooet, io thc ward of Bajoard*f 
ca»tU*, «ithin thc ritr of Ix>odcHi, late part of thc poaataaiooi of Sir William 

« a • 

Bcaum«)nt kni(rht, Vitcount IWauniont ; aa alto all ibal parpaitr latc 
U*U>i.^tittr to thc «atnc William Vi^count Hcsaumoot of the booour called 
Winc h« <itiT Fct*. H ith thi* appurtcnance^, in thc «aid couot/ of Ixirr«trr, aod 
ail th** ImuU aiid U^rd^hipi %ihtch i»cro thone of tbe aaid William Vitrouot 
Braumoitt in Folkiiivrhani anil flscwhrrr in tht* couotj c/ Liocolo, aiHl io 
£dmont'>n, com. Midd ; an liki*wijK* thc rc%crmion of tbo loaoorv aod lord* 
thip^ ot* lUniuiitanoir. Whitwick. Ik>rha»ton, Ncwtoo, llokclctcotr, UooinK* 
too, M.irkcfcilil aii«l Knirohy with tlu>ir apportroaiicea io I^irrttrrsbire, 
and <if th«' maiior <*f Ilrkvnton in Lincolnthirr, which Kathannr Ducbeaa 


of Norfolk holil for thr trnn of hcr Itfc, with rmiaindrr to thr «aid Wdliam 
Vi»c«Hiiit IWaiimoiit, wvn* jrrantc^d lo Sir William Ilaatio|r», koi|tbl, aod hit 
brir!*. .\t th«* «aiiH* ttnu* hr obtaincd a furthcr irraot to bimtelf aod 
Kathantic* hi« wift*, daughtcr of Hichanl NV^ilU*. lalr Karl of Saliabttrj» 
«idow of Willuim I^>rd liouvilU*, «if thc> manur of IU>ltoo-I*«Tcj, eom. Kbor. ; 
81 almt of thc manor» of Ilumpton, lUinonip and HiHjn|r* com. Suaa^ part 
of thr poftM*«%i«in« of thc* «atnr Willlam \'i»counl HcauaMiot, to bold to 
Ibem. thr «kiid Williani and Kalharinr, and thr hrir« nmlr of tbrir bodiea 
lawfullj U^gditin, and in drfault of Mich i»iir to hia rijrht hrira. lo tbe 
•anii* viar a (rmnt was madc to John IMkioirtoo rtqiiirr, and lo bia brtra 
malc. in fk|i«vul tail, of thc* manon of Gnmathorpr, A%ir»lborp, aod 
tkMith^irp, an«l of thc tiuinor uf Fdrobam, aArr tbe dcrco«c of Katbohoo 
Duchrtt «>f Norfolk. Utr thovr of thc •amr Wdliam VitcottOt DioiiiwH. 
lo thc «rton*! \«*4r of tht« rrign. Joho Nrtillr, Ix^rd Moutaito» bad a ffoot 


to himself and the heirs male of his hody of the manora of Winnengaye 
and Mateshall, com. Norf., of Halloughton, com. Leic, of Shelford, Stoke- 
hardolf and Gedling, com. Notts, of Elloe, in the county of Lincoln, and 
of Wilhy, com. Suff., and Scrotehy, com. Norf., with the advowsons of the 
several churches helonging to those lordships, the same having devolved to 
the crown hy act of Parliament the preceding year upon the attainder of 
William Viscount Beaumont; and Thomas Blount esquire had a like 
grant of the manors in Linwood, called Bayeux Fee, and Thoresway Neviile, 
and lands and tenements in Winterton and Tealhy, co. Linc. ; as had also 
Rohert Palmer, esquire of the King's household, of land and tenements to 
the value of I6/1. annually, in Kirklangton, Thorplangton, Eastlangton, 
West Langton, and Tirlangton, com. Leic, late those of William Viscount 
Beaumont, attainted. 

King Edward IV., in the same year, granted to Johanna, his couain, 
sister of John late Duke of Norfolk, and wife of William Willoughhy 
knight, and to Cecilia daughter of the said Joan, in general tail, the manors 
of Edenham, Billinghorough, Linwood Beaumont, and Thoresway Beau- 
mont, com. Linc, and all the hereditaments in Lincoln called Beaumont 
Rents, late those of John Viscount Beaumont, with a remainder, in special 
tail, to the hcirs male of the said Cecilia, to hold hy the services due and 
accustomed. The Lady Joan was the daughter of Katharine Duchess of 
Norfolk hy Sir Thomas Strangeways, knt. ; and, after the decease of thia 
first hushand, she remarried William Lord Berkeley, created Earl of Not- 
tingham, 28th Jun. 1483, as also Marquis of Berkeley in 1488 after her 
death, which occurred 24th Feh., 1 Ric III., 1484, leaving no issue sur- 
viving. Her mother, in the month of January, 1465, contracted a fourth 
marriage with Sir John Wydeville knight, hrother of Elizaheth wife cf 
Edward IV., as we leam from this passage in the Annals of William of 
Worcester, of the fourth year of his reign : " Mense Januarii, Katerina 
Ducissa Norffolchise, juvencula aetatis ferc iiii" annorum, maritata est 
Johanni Widcvile, fratri Reginae, aetatis xx annorum. Maritagium diabo- 
licum I vindicta Bernardi inter eosdem postea patuit." The vengeance thua 
drawn upon this ill-suitcd match was manifestcd by the fate of the youthful 
hridegroom, who, together with his father, Richard Earl Rivers, was 
heheaded at Northampton, 12th August, 9 £dw. IV., 1469. Pursuant to 
a writ with the King's teste at Westminster, 8th Nov. following, an inqui- 

ccuT ratrACt. 

ntioo wat Ukm at ibr CMlle oC Uoeolii, 7 Mar^ 10 Edw. IV., 1470, bcforv 
Thonuui Daukrt, efchmtor of Lincoliukirp, wbicb cincribrfl tbe ^tttmmd 
Jobn WjdcTillr to baYc bcld ooibiniir in cbicf, bot ibftl bc wi« Mnsfd to 
btt dpmetoc, as of frmnk teocnirol, at io rigbt of Kalhariar Docbrtt of 
Norfolk hii wiflp, for thc tcno of ihe life of thc Mmt Kalharinr» tlill Mir- 
▼iriof, of the manort and dmctnrt of Epprwoftb* Ljndwodr Broumool, 
Tbomwiy Uoanmoot, Rartoo, Slrwtoo, (f ijuw a l horp» Ajlatlborp^ 8outb- 
orp, Edrobam, f Irkjofrtoo, Billiogborouf^b, aod of tba maaor aod drmrtar 
aallrd BeaQOMmt Krot, with thrir mrmbrrt and apporteBaocca, aod ibat thr 
oeit brir of tbe taid Jobn Wjdvillr knifbl waa Aolbooj Earl of Rivert, 
bb brolhrr, of iba age of 26 jeart and opwarda. Tbit afred ducbcat waa 
jel liTing in 21 Edw. IV., 1492, at appeart bj iba RoOt of Ibe ParliaoMt, 
beinin Moodaj, 20th Jao., whrre it mrotioo of Kalbarine Docbota of Nor* 
Mk, and Joan hrr daughter, wife of William VitcoaBt B er k e l ej. 

Thr Wttrrt patmt aboTr>mentioord of tbr 4tb of Marcb, 2 Edw. IV. 1462, 
boTing brm for crrtain cauart nrithrr rflrctual or Talid, otbefa werr irraolrd 
lo thr lamr frofert, bcaring date at Wrtlmmtler, 21tl Mar. 4 Edw. IV. 
1464 : undrr whicb thr manort namcd thrrrin, tofrellMr wtlb tboar of Er- 
pingbam and Wickmere in Norfolk, liolton in Oiibrdabifo, LilUe Wilbra- 
bam in Cambridgvtbire, and W*balloo-al-Slooe io Hcrtlbrdabtr^ were 
retrttlrd upoo thrm io likr maonrr. Subtequmtlj, bj letlert palmt beafifl|( 
datr at tbore, 8th SrpL 7 Edw. IV. 1467, ibr oiaoort oaflM^ m Ibr irTaal 
of thr 4th of Marcb, 2 Edw. IV. wrre bj tbr Kiog giYcn to Tboama Arrb- 
bithop of Caoterburj, (trorfr Arcbbitbop of Vork« Hcnrj EaH of Eatn, 
aod to Sir llrorj Staford and 8ir Jobn Stafford kalirbla» aoat of 
Homphrrj latr Duke of Bockingbam, at well at to 8ir Waller Blooat 
kaiirbt, Lord Mountjoje, to bold the tamr for the lerm of Ibe lifr of Ibe 
a foretaid Sir William Beaumoot knifbt, latr Lord Baanamal, aad of «loaa. 
aad of ritbrr of tbrai, tbe loofor liTer, to tbe ote of Ibe eaaM Jooa« aad 
wtlb moaiodrr, after Ihctr deorate, in rr|rard of tbe maaora of Slowe Bar- 
dolf, Rungtoo, Farctwell, ^liioburirh, aod Matrtball, to Ibe bein bt|roliM 
of Ihe afomaid Joan, of tba taid franlor aad bia beirt, bj ibe 
aerti c r t prior to tbr daj of bit accrtatoo ; wbicb eaaM letlert palil 
likewitr canrrllrd tt thr Kio|r*t requrtt, aod olbrrt itaoed oa ibe 4lb daj of 
Decrmbrr. rifrbtb jrar of bit m|rn« 1 4(iH, beario|r dale at WeelMaelir, 
ffaatiofr to tbr taid Archbitbop of Caalerborj, tbea a Cardiaal» aad ibe 


other feoffees, ihe said manors, which had late been those of Sir William 
Beaumont knight, otherwise of the said William late Viscount Beaumont 
and Lord of Bardolf, to have and to hold as fully and entirely as the afore- 
said William Beaumont, or any one else, had best held them before they 
came into the King's hands, for the term of the life of the aforesaid Joan, 
to the use of the same Joan, without impeachment of any waste done in the 
same. The above-mentioned feoffees had also a g^rant of all issues and 
profits from the aforesaid manors from the fourth day of March, first year 
of his reign, up to the date of the same presents, without rendering any 
account thereof ; and the concluding clause contains a grant of the said 
manors to the heirs issuing of the body of the aforesaid Joan after her 
decease for ever to be held by the ancient services. In the preamble the 
King ascribes his motive for this grant to the neamess of blood on the part 
of Joan Viscountess Beaumont to himself, and contents himself with a fine 
of 20». 4d, only, to be paid to him on this behalf. The exclusion of her 
husband, first from the benefit of the entail upon the heirs of his own body, 
and secondly from his tenancy for life in these manors, was, it seems, pre- 
paratory to a divorce between the parties ; for we find her, before the close 
of this reign, described as the wife of Sir William Knyvet knight, of 
Buckenham Castle in Norfolk, who was left a widower by the decease of 
Joan, Lady Knyvet, daughter of John Grey, on the 4th of April, 14 Edw. 
IV. 1474. In 1465, Thomas Archbishop of Canterbury, as feoffee, pre- 
sented John Smith to the church of Cantley ; and in 1475 John Ward was 
presented to the church of North Rung^n, by the feoffees above-named 
of Joan Beaumont, daughter of Humphrey Duke of Buckingham ; but in 
1477 Andrew Jenney was admitted rector of the church of Cantley, on the 
presentation of Sir William Knyvet and Joan daughter of Humphrey Duke 
of Buckingham, — a proof that they were then married. 

In the ninth year of Edward IV. the Lancastrian party recovered posses- 
sion of the realm ; and, in a Parliament held at the palace of Westminster, 
26 th Nov. 1470, the attainted peers recovered their titles and property, and 
William Viscount Beaumont was again at his post by the side of his 
sovereign. In the " Historie of the arrivall of Edward IV. in England, and 
the finall recouerye of his kingdomes from Henry VI. A.D. mcccclxxi,** 
mention is made of this nobleman by the name of Lord Bardolf in this pas-. 
sage: <'The Kynge, beinge at Notyngham, and or he came there, sent 


the ftcorrn aUbowlt» the coolnet ftdiojnjQfv. to Mpii» «ih1 •erchr yf nny 
g«drnrnfri werr in aof pUcr Afrajniftt hiin ; ume of «hrmie came t» Ncvrrkr, 
■sid undai^tocir «rll that thrr wat, within the towor, thr Duk« of Ktcrttar, 
th'Erlr of Oiffirdr, thr Lord liardolf, aod othar, with itrvat frlowthtpr, 
which th'Krlr and thrj had frathrnrd in K««n, Northfolkr, Sowthfolkcw 
Cambridirrfthirr, lluntjnfrdooshirr, and Lvncolnr«hirr, to thr nomhar of 
tui<B nnrn/' AfWr thr hattU of lUnirt, foug^ht oo Eastrr SmidaT, I4th 
Aphl, in that jrar, in which thr Yorkittt if^i^ thr Tictorj, Kiof Kdward 
IV. iiiurd a procUnution, datrd at Wrttiniitatrr, 27 th of April followinfr, 
ia which hr tiirnifitni thr mtrancr of Qurcn MargmrK ioto thr rralm, aod 
of hrr havinir movrd and Irvit^d war a|runat him : aod lurthrr ootifird aod 
dfcUrrd thr Mud Manrarrt, Kdward hrr ton, Ilrorj Utr IXikr of Ktrtrr, 
Edmund Deaufort callinir himirlf Ihikr of Soromrt, Joho Karl of CHm* 
ford, Thomat Courtnry callinir himM*lf Karl of Dr^onihirr, Williaro Utr Vit- 
count iWaumfint and otlM*r», to hr hii opm and notoriout traitor», rrheU and 
mrmii**, aiid forlMidr all |)rnkint to aftiitt thcm and thrir adhrrratt. \Vr 
orxt hrar of thr Uttrr bt*in|r in the coropanv of John Karl of Otford whm 
hr Undrd in thr wrat of KngUnd, and, with a luhtiW pocot, fot aod ralrrrd 
8t. Micharrt Motint with d97 rom, thr Unt dmy of Seplrrohrr, 19 1-Ulw. IV. 
1473. Thm wat Bodru|rao« rulrr of Comwall, conmoodrd hy Kiof 
Edward to brtirfrr thr Mouot, aod to hr did ; bot ao fiiTOciniblr, that be 
tafrn«d thr Karl of Otford to rrvictual thr Mouot. WTirr wi po o thr Kiof, 
br U'ttrr« patmt brarinir datr at Wrttrointtrr, 7th Drc. followioir, ** Pro 
•o quod notnriu^ r«*brllit rt pnMlitor nottrr Johannra, nuprr corort Otooir, 
t|nn^*frati4 tibi quampluhbitt malrfartorilmt rt parit oottnp prrtorbatoribua 
Dobit n*Mlibut, Muntrm Sancti Micharlit io comitatu Comobi* io|rrrtai 
•uot,** |raY<* powrr and authority to John Fortrtciir, onr of thr aK|oim 
of hi« ImmI^. Shrnff of (*orawall, Sir John ('rukkrr koi|rht* aod llmrjr 
Bodruiran r«quirr, to rrducr thr Mount to hit obrdimcrt adding thit 
cUo<r : ** Damut rtiaro ritdma Johaooi, Johaoni rt llmrico H conuo cui- 
librt cororoittirout plcnam potmtiaro rt auctoritatrro ad qoaacQiM|ur p^rinnaa 
oobift in Montr prrdicto rrbrllrt rt inobrdirQtrt, prrfato ouprr cotoilr, WilWlaw 
Brauroond nuprr doroioo Baniolf roililr, (tror|rio Vcrr, Thoma Vrrr, Rtcafdo 
Vrrr, fratnbut prrdicti nuprr coroitit, rtcrptit, irt^tir oottrr aa tubroittMlao 
rl juraiomturo fidrliutit tur oobit facerr volmt^a, juiu ditcrMiooaa mm ad 
frotiaro ooatraa adoutlrodL** Thia oflrr of pordoo lo the mm of iha Eori 


produced the effect desired ; so that at the last, if the Earl had not submitted 
himself to the King, he had been taken prisoner by his own men ; and so 
Fortescue entered the Mount the 15th day of February, in the which was 
victual enough to have served the garrison until Midsummer. Thus made 
prisoners, the Earl of Oxford, " the Lorde Bemonde,*' two brothers of the 
said Earl, and Thomas Clifford, were brought to the King. The Earl of 
Oxford and his brothers, George and Thomas, obtained from the King 
letters patent of pardon in the 14th year of Edw. IV. as to their lives only, 
which contain this clause ; " De gratia nostra speciali ac ex mero motu nostro 
predictis nuper comiti, Georgio et Thome ac omnibus aliis et singulis in 
predictis fortalicio et coUegio, vocato Seynte Michell Mounte in comitatu 
Comubie, cum prefato nuper comite existentibus, quibuscumque nominibus 
censeantur seu eorum aliquis censeatur, Willehno Beamounde milite nuper 
Domino de Beaumonde et Ricardo Laumarth exceptis, gratiam vite sue et 
eorum cujuslibet concedimus ;" and from which it may be inferred that the 
two persons named, of whom the second is probably identical with Richard 
de Veer, had escaped from the Mount before its surrender, and sought refuge 
on the Continent, in contradiction to the chronicler, who describes << Lord 
Bemonde" to have been brought as prisoner to the King. Otherwise, with 
Buch feeling on the part of the Sovereign, had he ever been in his power, 
there can be Uttle doubt of a capital sentence and execution under the act of 

In the Parliament, begun at Westminster, 7th Nov., 1 Hen. VII., 1485, 
Sir William Beaumont, knight, exhibited his petition to the King for a 
reversal of the Act of Attainder passed in the Parliament of Edw. IV., late 
King of England, holden at Westminster, 4th Nov., first year of his reign, 
against him, by the name of Viscount Beaumont, as also for restoration 
of his name, dignity, estate, and inheritance, and an enactment that no 
letters patent granted by reason of the same Act should be any longer in 
foroe to his prejudice, so as no person who had taken the issues and profits 
of his said inheritance in the interval should be sued for any such taken 
prior to the day of the meeting of the said Parliament, either by him, his 
heirs, or executors ; which said petition having been read, heard and fully 
understood, of the advice and assent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and 
of the Commons of the realm of England, and of the authority of the same, 
answer was made to the sarae in the following form : — *' Soit fait come il 
CAMD. soc. 2f 

iTxviii rBKrArK. 

r«t tltf in*/* Thut agmin a pcrr of tbr rvAliii, hr rootintir<l to be rryuUrly 
Mimniotird to l^rliamrnt, fnmi thr I5th cUy of Srpt., 1 llm. Vll., until 
thr 12th lli«n. Vll., UU7, in «hich yw thr 16th dity of JanuAry «at that 
of tln* fifirninfr of PartiaiDi*nt ; anil he wm prr*rat in the fint Parliamrot, 
on thc* llhh dav of No%i*nihrr, at thr nanit» of Vitcount dr IWaunMnnt 
ocrur* (>n th«* roll anionir thi* Trmporal Prrrt who took the tmJlh to harUmr 
no fi-lon, and to rrfuar all nuuntmancr to rriaiDrr*. 

On thr 24th «Uy of .\pnl, 1 llm. VII^ l48<i, WiltUm Vitcount IW«u. 
mont took to wif«% at WtMitminttrr, Kliiahrlh, danfhlrr and cohrirrtt of 
Sir Hirhard Srro|)e knifrht, trcond too of Sir llmrj Scropr fourth lUnm 
8cru|)r of Ik>ltoii. rom. Khor. In thr l^lu-liamral holdm al Wetimiuttrr. 
9th Nov., 3 llrn. VII., I4H7, a hill concemiiig the cutlody of ihe Uiid« and 
lefM*nH*ntt of Willuiin Vitcount IWmumool wat eihihiled lo the aforr^aid 
Kintr in th<* M*ri<*t of «ordt which follow : — ** Wherr Wiltiam Vitcunt 
Ueaumotit, in thr tyme of Kin|r Kdward the Fourth, wat hj aud^mte of 
Flarliam«*nt, hy an Acle ^f .\ttr}*ndre, atteynted of hig h Irrfttoo, and h) thr 
■amr forfi*itr<i to thr tamr Uu* Kin|r all hit iiihrritAiicr« of the whiche thr 
King our Soveratfrnr l^ird, hy forre of the tame .\cte« wat trited fro thr 
hrgynnyng of thr rri|riir of our Soverai|rne l^oni, onto ihe tjme that «jur 
•aid Sivrraifrnr l.oni, truttinfr thal the tanM* Vitcoot wold have hrm «if 
food and Middt* di*potition and rule, and that he hadde hem of ditcrecioo 
lo havr nil«*d htm««*lf aiid hi» U vrltMir to hin hon«Mir and profittr, wilhcMit 
alimation or any thiii|r doiii|r to thr dithrritaunce of him or hit heirs cautrd 
ihr laiiM* Artr uf .\ttryndre to tie rrvern-d, and the mum VitcoQl lo he 
rettorr«l, at wrll to hit name atid entate at to hit taid inhrrilauncr. Sth 
ihe «hich rr«titution cMir taid So«erri|rn l«oni halh crrtryn knowlerhe, ihat 
the tamr Vit^Mttit it Q«it of tadnrtt or di»cn*li<m, neither to rule and kepe 
himtelf. nor htt taid lyvrhMir, hut tith that time hath alimed, watled, 
•poilrd atid put anay irrrat parte thrrrof full inditcmJj, lo ihr dithm* 
Uiince of htm and hi» hrirrt, and hv all liki*lih(Mir, if he thould ha«e hit 
lihertie thenrof, «cMild h«*rr«fVrr drmeaoe thr rrtidue in like witrw In coQ* 
fidrratimi «hrrrof, and foratmuchr at ourr taid Sovrraigu I^ord b houiide 
lo trr ttid provi«ir for tuche prrtooea at havr mhehlaimce, aiid he ooC 
of mtdiw^t aod ditcrrtioti to rule and krpr thr tamr iiith«Mil alimalioQ or 
dithrntauncr of thrtr hrtrr« ; it hr, hy thr advytr of the Ijordt Spirituall 
aod Trniporall aod CommyQt in thui prrtmt Parlummt attembML aod 


by auctoritie of the same, ordeyned, stablished aud enacted, that the King 
our Soveraign Lord, or suche as his Grace shall depute, have the rule, dis- 
position and guyding of all the lyvelode and inheritaunce, whereunto the 
said Viscount was restored by the Acte of Restitution made for him in the 
Parliament holden in the first yere of the reigne of our said Soveraigne 
Lord, during the tyme of the life of the said Viscont, to the honour, sus- 
tenaunce, and profitte of the said Viscont ; and that the same Viscont, by all 
that same tyme, have none auctorite ne power to gife ne graunte any parte 
of the same to any persone, without the assent or aggrement of oure said 
Soveraigne Lord, while the said Viscont is in the keping of oure said Sove- 
raigne Lord, or the assent and aggrement of suche as his Grace shall depute 
to have the rule of the said lyvelode and enheritaunce. Savyng to every 
of the King's liege people, other than the said Viscont, suche right, title and 
lawfull interesse, as they have in or to any of the premisses." To which this 
answer was given : " Le Roy le vuelt." 

In the Parliament holden at Westminster, 14th day of October, 
11 Hen. VIL, 1495, another bill conceming the custody of the Viscount 
Beaumont, and of the possessions and hereditaments of the same, was 
exhibited to the said King by the Community of the realm, of which the 
tenor, with those of certain provisions annexed to the said bill, is manifested 
in what now follows : — " Where in the Parliament holden at Westminster, 
the ix*** day of Novembre, the iiide yere of the reigne of oure Sovereign 
Lord the Kyng, it was ordeyned, established, and enacted, for divers gode 
consideracions in the said Acte conteyned, that oure said Sovereign Lord, 
or such as his Grace shuld depute, shuld have the rule, disposicion and 
guyding of all the lyvelode and inheritaunce of William Viscount Beau- 
mont, whereunto the said Viscount was restored by an Acte of Restitucion 
for hym made, in the Parliament holden at Westminster in the first yere of 
oure said Sovereign Lordes reign, during the lyfe of the said Viscount ; and 
yet the said Viscount by all the same tyme shuld have non auctorite to gyf 
ne graunte any parte of the same to any persone, without the assent and 
aggrement of oure said Sovereign Lord, or the assent and aggrement of such 
as his Grace shuld depute, whiles the seid Viscount was in the keping of 
our said Sovereign Lord, or of such as his Grace shuld depute to 
have the rule of the said lyvelood or inheretaunce ; which Acte 
was not certeyn undre what fourme the Kynges lycencc shuld passe 
in that partic, ne hou the persone of the said Viscount shuld be 


kefiCr, ordred, guvdvd ami drtDfAiird, but kit at Ur|rr, aiid tWrbj anYirbl 
folo«r Mich dnnrmnurr «hirb «rrr not to tbr Kinfrt booour, m to tbr 
vorKhi|i <if tbt« Und, coniidrr} infr br b a prrtoiir drtenidrd of tbr noblr 
blodr nf tbit Undr. Wbrrforr it br by aurtoritr of tbw p wm l Pu^lUiiirnt 
ordryntii, rtuirtrd and »ubliftbrd, thal tbr KyoKr imtt Sof gr w f n Lord, or 
Mich as )ir batb or thall drputr and aMifn>«« takr aiid bavr tbr dnnrAnTnir. 
rulr, li<*pyn|r and fro^rmauncr, durtnfr thr l}-fr of tbr anid Vttcoont* aa «rll 
of thr pertonr uf thr iiaid Vi»couut, as of bb taid IjTrlodr and riibrrrlauiicr« 
to br applird at mrll to hi» tu»tmtacton aud rxbrbidoo of tbr aaid Vttcount, 
aa payinrntrt of bit di*btrt and otbrntitr, aa tball bo tboofbt lo ihr Kynf 
oorr SoYrrrtgn Lord, and to tucb at br batb or aball drpotr aiid aati|nir 
in tbat brbalfr, nrct*t«ary and brbovcfull ; aod ibal ibr taid Viacoonl bavr 
Boor auctoritr m* powrr to gvvr, |pranniF« cbargr or alimt anj part of btt 
■aid lyvrlode or tnbrrFtauncr, during bU taid lyfr« vilbool ibr Kiofrt 
licmrr tlirrrupon had uiidrr hi» i^reolr traU ; and if any alimtctoo» fpiW, 
frauntr or chargr by hym hatb bm niadr witboot ibr KtOfat licmor uodrt 
bU gn*alr traU in thal partU obtrrnrdt titbm ibr taid Adr inodr ibr aaid 
iiidc yrre of hit rrtgnr, rxcrplr prcamladont to cbuirhrt, cbaptlUa and 
cbauntrriet, ihat tbmr that alimacion, gifte, graunle or cbarge, lo iCaiide 
aiid br uttrrlj Toydr and of noor cilrctr, rxcrpte bcfore excrple ; and tlial 
no prrtonr br brrraftrr vexcd nr burte by tbe taid Vitcoont, bU execolouri« 
oe any otbcr prrtonr cUymyng to bU utr anj parte of ibe taid Ij^rlode or 
inbentauncr, for any occupatioo or intrnnedlinf , bj rtotoo of tbU Aclr« 
or tithm thr tai<U Actr madr tbr taid uid« yrrv of ibe K jnf oor Sof er ri f o 
Lordf*» rrignr.** And to tbit llill, rrad o%rr and fullj ttiideritood,bj ibr taid 
Lord thr King, of tbr attmt and autbority of tbr taid conwnttBity, it «at 
tbot autvnrd : ** Ije Koy U rurlt*'* 

Tbr tmon of thr pro%itiont, of vhich mmtion U madr abore, folbm to 
tbetr word» : ^ Anii ovrr tbit, br it riMrtrd and rttablitbrd bj ibe taid 
aoctoritr, tbat all (irauntrt to br madr by ourr taid SoYrrrifQ Lord bj bU 
Leltrn*» I*atmtrt, of •ucb Pottrttion, TytU and Intrrrtt, at U lo bjm 
Ijmy tixi and attignrd by thU pnrtmt Acte, of ibr prrmy tart or of anj 
partr thrrrtif, lir at gtidr, and «f Itkr forcr and eflrdr, aa tf all ibr 
Tvtlr, Intt-mt and Pottrtti«m wrrr foundr bf dur and Uwfdll 
rfftoumrd, and rrtnayn\ng of Urcordr in hit Cbainicrrj, and tobod and 
door, by tbr »ptrr of a munrtb brfore any tucb (t raunte madr. 

•* iVovidrd alwrj, tbat tbU prramt Acte, ne nooe olber aadr er lo be 


made in this present Parliament, extend not, ne in any wise be hurtfiill or 
prejudiciall unto Jobn Viscount Wellys, to or for any Gifte or Graunte 
made unto hym by William Viscount Beaumont, by his Letteres Patentes, 
of or for an Annuytie of xxx li. by yere oute of Barton upon Humbre, ne 
to none office comprised in the said Letteres, but that the same Letteres, 
and every thing therein conteyned, be and abyde in their fuU strength and 
effecte, and as available unto the said Viscount Wellys, as though this 
present Acte had never be made." 

By virtue of this Act the King, by Letters Patent, dated 11 ^*> of Decem- 
ber foUowing, granted to John de Vere, E^rl of Oxford, the custody of the 
person of William Viscount Beaumont, and of his said livelihood and inher- 
itance. From these proceedings we are made acquainted with the fact that 
the mind of this nobleman had given way under the sudden oveijoy of his 
restoration to his name, dignity and inheritance ; and that it had eventually 
become necessary, after first incapacitating him from having the rule of his 
estate, to appoint a committee of his person. This appointment of John 
Earl of Oxford to be his guardian was the occasion of his removal to the 
manor-house of the Earls of Oxford, at Wivenhoe,* in the county of 
Essex ; and in the church of that parish, dedicated to St. Mary, he was 
interred. He died in the seventieth year of his age, on the 19th day of 
December, 23 Hen. VII. 1507, without issue, as we leam from this 
inscription on his tomb in the chancel of the church above named : " Here 
in the erthe, undyr thys Marbull, Rest the bonys of the Noble Lorde 
Wylliam Beaumount, Knyght, Viscount Beaumont, and Lorde Bardolfe. 

* Norden, in his Desoription of Essex, mentionB '* Wyvenhoo Hall, deoayde. A stately 
howM ; sometyme E. of Oxford.** The familiee of Beaumont and Vere were neariy 
related through the marriage of Henry fifth Lord Beaumont with Margaret, daughter of 
John de Vere, aeventh Earl of Oxford. In the east window of the church of Barton- 
upon-Humber is still remaining a portraiture of this nobleman in painted glaat ; and 
beneath waa this tetrastick : 

'* Rex Hierosolvmus cum Bellomonte locatur, 
Bellusmons iterum cum Boghan consociatur ; 
Bellusmons iterum cum Longicastro religatur, 
Bellusmons [sponsalibus] Oxonie titulatur.** 

The word between brackets wanting in the original, thus supplied by Mr. Segar, 
doubilees a third repetition of the word ** iterum.'* 

CCIlll rRBrACB. 

Whvchv WvUuun. AArr the NaturaH Courw of All ertbelv (*rmUm»« 

• • • 

dccrsnvd the lii cUv of DfHvtnbrr, in thr verr of Chrisl*t locaraAtMia 
M.CCCCC VII. «hotr Kmle Jwu, of hU infinitc mrrrjr, rerrivr into joy." 
Upon thit marblr tUh lir« thr rffi|ry of thr drcratcd in bffBM, in a cooiplrlr 
Miil of pUtr-Armour of thr timr, wilh thr ncrplion of hrbBCt and iraunllrt». 
Ilu hrad rmta upon hii brlmrt, fumithrd with a mantrlcl «od crrsl, on « 
wmith a lion paMant ; hi«i frrt upon an rUphanl, oo bu bnck a castW* 
triplr-tomrrrd, «ihI on thr g^rcmnd on which the elrpbaiil is •tAtant a 
broom-rod if* drpictrd. Ovrr thr rffi|ry it a ihirld of ann* quArtrriy : 1 , •emtr 
de lifi, a li<« nunpant, Drauniont : 2, thrrr f(mrba, Comjn, Eaii of Ducban ; 
3, quartrrly, an em^\e ditpUyrd in thr firtt qunrlrr, PbrUpp ; 4, thrrr 
ctnqurfoilt, Banlolf. Thr rlrphanl and cattlr wrre ufnificanl of ht» 
deecmt fnmi John dr Brimnr, Kin|^ of Jrruaalrm, and from hU trcond 
wtfe, thr Infanta I)<mna IWrmipirU, «itlrr of 8t. Frrdinand III. Kinf of 
C^tilr and I^ron, and «Uug^hirr of AlphonM> IX. Kinir of l^ron, and of 
Berrngu«'U, Qurrn of Cmjitilr. Thr hroom-cod, the PUnte-de-geiiri, wat in 
like mannrr ti^iticant of hit drm^mt from F.lranora, dmirbler of llmrr 
PlanUfrriM*t, Karl of I«ancattrr, Urrby and Lricrster, wile of Jobn, •econd 
Lofd IW^aumoiit. 

Upon hii di^*atr hit vatt «*sUtrt came to thr crown, aod coolinurd in tbe 
bandt of King^ llrnry thr ^irvmth to tbe cloer of bit rrigii, oo ibe !iltl 
day of Apnl, 24 th yrar of hit rri|ni, 1^^. Cndrr bb •uctraeor, llenry 
ibr Kitrhth, pur^uant to a writ lirarinir date at Wmlnuiitler, 5tb day of 
July, Iftt yrar <if hi« n*i|rn, \Mf9. an iiiqui«itioo wat takm al Weelminttrr, 
in thr r<mnty <>f Middlnn*!, on thr firtl day of Odober fbllowiii|r. brfon* 
Jobn Mun*. M*rjrant at Uw. Th<mut Jakra and Thomaa More, irmUrmm, 
by virttM* of th<* King^t committion to thrm <lirprtrd after ibr drtrafir of 
W*illiam Vi«count B<*aumont, lord <if Bardolf, upon oalb bjr Iwelve jnron ; 
^'Qui dirunt «uprr tacramrntum tuum qucMl dictiu Vicrcomra itiiij die 
Apriti* anno n-frni Urfri* llmrici Vll»i nuprr Krfrit An|rlie primo apud 
Wr«tm<ma.<»trhum pmiictum in comiutu prrdicto crpit in uiorrm quandam 
EliiaU^tliam Scropr, modo uxorrm Johannia Vrre comilU Oionir,* qui* 

* KlitAl>clh Srrttf^r. VunKIDtMB ilmoflMttl, «M MiamMl U» Joh» 4« T«fV, iklfftMAtk 
RaH *4 0«f^.rtl. mm ftn.l hnr t4 Juhn 4« V^, t««lllli K*H ot <»mM, b; Cb^lMtk. 
4MN|htrr ftn.l h«^r oi Hir Jnhfi IIo«m4. jnnwir. Iini«ht, fivtar le lOlk Apfil. 14 Htik T||. 
15^^. thr .lau a hM «tll, in «hirli ~ Rltanhtdi «7 «ifc-* m mmtm4 •nm^uim. Wf hm 


quidem Willelmus et Elizabetha ad tunc et ibidem l^time maritati fuerunt 
secundum legem ecclesiasticam, posteaque durantibus sponsalibus predictis 

flnt wife, Margaret, daughter of Richard Earl of Salisbuiy, he had a Bon, John, who died 

young in the Tower of London during hiB fitther^s exile ; and by his second, the lady 

abo?e named, he had no iasue. Departing this life 10 Mar. 4 Hen. VIII. 1513, he had 

interment in the Priory of Colne, under a tomb, which he liad prepared for himaelf and 

Margaret his first wife, there already buried. The next Earl of Oxford, John de Vere, 

nephew of the deceased Earl, aon of Sir Geoige Vere, knight, his brother, died without 

iasue, 14 July, 18 Hen. VIIX. 1526, in the lifetime of the Ck>unte88 of Oxford, and waa 

sacceeded in the Earldom by hia couain, John de Vere, fifteenth Elarl of Oxford, aon and 

heir of John, aon and heir of Robert, uncle of the thirteenth Earl, huaband of Elizabeth 

Scrope. By her will, bearing date 30th day of May, 29 Hen. VIII. 1537, proved 6th 

Nov. following, she bequeathed her body to be buried in the Parish Church of Wy venhoe, 

by the corpse of William Viscount Beaumont, her firat huaband. Her effigy in braoa 

atill remaina, with thia inscription : '* Of your charitie pray for the Soule of the high and 

noble Lady, Elizabeth Scroope, first married to the noble lord, William, late Vycount 

Beaumont, lord Comyn, Bardolphe, Phelipp and Erpingham ; and after Wife unto the 

high and noble Lorde John, sumtyme Elarl of Oxford, High-Chamberlain of England and 

Admiral of the same, Vycount Bulbeck, Lord Scales, Councelor to our Soverayne lorde 

the Kyng, and knyght of the most noble Order of the Garter. The which Lady, Elizabeth, 

departed to God, the 26th Day of June, 1537, on whose Soule, and Christen Soula, Jesu 

have Mercy.^^ Her mantle is emblazoned on each aide wlth the arma of her f&mily, 

quarterly, 1 and 4, a bend with a crescent for difference, Scrope ; 2 and 3, a aaltire 

engrailed, Tiptoft. Over the right shoulder of the effigy is a shield, quarterly ; 1 and 4, 

quarterly, a mullet in the first quarter, Vere ; 2 and 3, a bend between aix croes-croeslett 

fitch^, Howard, impaling her own coat as above. Over the left ahoulder ia alao a ahield, 

quarterly ; 1, aem^e of fleurs-de-lia, a lion rampant, Beaumont ; 2, quarterly, 1 and 4, 

three cinquefoila, Bardolf ; 2 and 3, quarterly, in the first quarter an eagle displayed, Phe- 

lipp; 3, an inescocheon within a bordure indented, Erpingham ; 4, threegarbs, Comyn, im- 

paling her own coat as above. An abetract of her will is in Dugdale and in the Testa- 

menta Vetusta by Sir Harris Nicolas, where a pedigree ia appended, in whieh ahe ia 

erroneously described aa wife of John de Vere, fourteenth Elarl of Oxford, nephew of her 

huaband, whose wife waa Anne or Agnes, daughter of Thomas Howard, second Duke of 

Norfolk, and who was not a Knight of the Garter. A corrcct pedigree of her patemal 

relations is inserted in the Scrope and Grosvenor Controversy, where she is described to 

have had a sister, Frances, but omitting the name of her husband, Sir John St. Clere, 

Knight, by whom she had issue, John, Giles, and Elizabeth. Her half-aister, Franoea 

Wyndham, had died in 1505, before the date of the will. Leland, in his Itinerary, 

vol. viiL f. 109 b. under Leicestershire, aays, ** Lughborow waa of the Bellemount^ 

landa, and the late old Countea of Oxford had it in Doure. Bewmaner, where Leonard 

Gray, by the King^a leave, dyd dwell, waa alao the Lord Bellemount^ and ao was the 

great paature betwyxt Leircestre and Groby, called Bellemont^a Leaae.*^ 

ccixiv rMrACB. 

ijiter pmiicUM vicccomitnii rt IClitabrthaiii idrm Vicx tm if luit triiitut in 
domioico tuo ut dr fcodo de rt in omnibut iUit tfrrit rt tmmmtit curo 
pertinrnttit tn Yilttt ct cainpit WcttmooAttrrii ct SAncti Kgidii, vocjitit 
* \e I)cAmount*« lcmdt or tmrmmtt,* ac in manrrio dr Wilkwf hbjrt in Ed* 
iDiwton rt Tottcnham cum pcrtinmtiit in comitatu prrdicto. Va ultrriut 
juratorrt prrdicti dicunt quod prrdictA trrrr rt tmmiratA TocatA * Rru- 
iiKMint*t londt or tmrmrntt * valmt prr annum in onmibot nttibut uhn 
rrpritAt i1 1 . trd dr quo vrl dr quibut tcnmtur pmitut igoonuit ; rt qund 
prrdictum mancrium dr Willoughbirt taIk prr anoum io omoibut rtttibut 
ultra rrpritat i /a. trd dr quo vrl dr quibut tmrtur juratom prrdicti pmttut 
ifoorant* Et ultrriut jurmtorrt prrdicti dicunt quod prvdictut Vicrc om rt tic 
iodr trititut, prr qumdam actum parltammti, tmti apod W^ratmooattrnum 
predictum liiii dir Octohrit, anno li prrdicti nuprr Rcgia, iuactitatum rt 
ttabilitum futt prout trquitur in lurc vrrba.** ** For aa mochr at John, 
late Krlr off Lincotn. Frauncryt Ix>Trll latr Lord Ixivrll, aod dTTrrt 
othrr «ith thrm, traytrroutlir ima|noyn|f aod compaatynit thr drthr 
aod dcttruccioo of ourr Sovcraynr I^rd thr Kyng, attrmblrd thrm, 
with othrr rtrrll-ditpotrd pcoplr, to thr noumbre of r M. prrtoora, at Stokr, 
io thr countr of Notynffham, thr ii dayr of Junr, io thr iidr jere of thr 
reignr of ourr tryd toTrraym* lord thr Kyng that oowg h ia,* aod thm aod 
thrr, for thr prrformauncr of thrr cumrd, mitchrrout aod wrpchrd porpotr, 
io Flrvn Frld, at thr tamr Stokr, in thr trid countr, with thrr haom dit- 
pleyrd, contraryr to thrr altcfnauncr, agryntt thr Kyng, our and thrr 
oaturall «ovrraynr lord. Irvyrd and rrrrd warrr, aod madr batrylW afaiott 
hym : for whichr traytrrout and unnaturall drdr thr trydr John ErW of 
Lyocolnr, «ith divrrt othrrt thm and thrr traytorootly oimdiog, wrrr 
lalr, by auctorita of Farlc*mmt, in a Parlrmmt holdm at Wrttmiotlrr thr 
iii yrrr of thr rrtirnc of thr Kinff, our tovrrayn lord that oown^ it, d w' iu r d 
coovictr and attc^nt of hrigh trraMHi ; in thr whichr actr of atlrjodrr thr 
tryd Frauncrt I^vrll wat iKnorantly lcftr owtr aod omittrd, lo thr ommI 
prriUiut mtamplr of othrrt, bryng of tuchr tray toroutr myodr : f WW rfo r» 

* Tbe dmj ot th« ImUI# u# Hu>k#hvN#«ark. m Om rmiat; oi St^t^mm, wm lltt«r> 
4aj, Ih* l^ ol JttiM>. mmI »u< th# 2<Hli. m Imt» wnu^m. 

t TbM «rt ot ftltei»4«r mm piwH in Om PaHfcffl hriJwi tl W«rtailMttr hk K«v. 
I n^n. VII \is:, mU «h» fi«Ui bo« JoliA. F^ •# Umttikm, «• ili* 1M 4ay «rih* 
•I Umirh ImI fMl. iiytmit lo tW parw k^oa^ tM« ttt4 iWr» 


be yt ordeyned, enacted and establyshed by the Lords Spirituall and 
Temporall and the Commons in thys present Parliament assembled, and 
by the auctorite of the same, that the said Fraunces stond and be demed, 
adjuged, convicte and atteynt of high treson for hys rehersed trayterous 
dede^ and forfayte to the King our Soverayn Lord all honours, castells, 
maneres, lordschips, hundreds, fraunchesyes, libertyes, priveleges, advow- 
sons, nominations, presentacions, knyght's fees, lands, tenements, rents, 
servyces, reversions, remaynders, porcions, annuytees, pencions, reigbtSy 
possessions and other heredytaments, in Inglond, Irelond, Walees, Caleys, 
or marches of the same, whereof he, or any other person or persons to hys 
use, were seseyd of estate of inheritaunce the xx day of June, the ii*^«. yere 
of the reyng of the Kyng our Soverayn Lord, or into the which he or any 
of them hade lawfull cause of entrie the seyd xx day of June, or eny tyme 
after, and all other honours, castells, maners, lordschips, &c. (^ut supra)^ 
that to the seyd Fraunceys or his heyres shuld or might have growen, de- 
scended, remayned, or reverted, after and by the dethe of any of hys aun- 
cestours, as yeff he had not doone ne committed the seyd heighnouse 
treason, and that the seyd Fraunceys and his heyres ware in playne lyeff, 
when the seyd dyscent, remaynder or revertory shall mowe fall or 
g^owe, and to them or any of them shuld or might have done, yeff thys 
present acte agenst hym had never bene hade ne made, savyng to every 
person and persons and ther heyres, other than the seid Fraunceys and 
hys heyres, and suche other person or persones and there heyrs, that had 

nayy from the coast of Brabant, with which he arrived in the porto of Ireland, where, on 
the 24th day of March, in the city of Dublin, he caused one Lambert Symnell, a child of 
ten years of age, son to Thomas Symnell, late of Oxford, joiner, to be proclaimed King of 
the realm ; and from thence arrived with a great navy in Fumess in Lancaahire, the 4th 
day of June last past, whence, the same day, with Sir Thomas Broughton, knight, and 
others, to the number of 8000 men, in hostile manner he passed on continually from 
place to place until he came to Stoke in the county of Nottingham, where, the 16th day 
of June last past, he levied war against thc person of his Sovereign and natural liege Lord, 
and gave to him mighty and strong battle. Throughout this Act there is no mention of 
Francis Viscount Lovell, who was apparently left out by reason that he had been already 
attainted in the Parliament holden at Westminster, 7 Nov. 1 Henry VIL 1485, as one of 
the partisans of Richard the Third. The second special act of attainder was therefore 
unnecessary, and its sole object appears, in making such false allegations, to have been to 
find some pretext for barring his heirs from claiming any inheritance, which would have 
reverted to him, had he been alive. 

CAMD. soc. 2 g 

crxxvi pmRrxcK. 

fny thiiij: in thi» pnfny*«e^ to t!ji» um* of th#» •fv»! l'niiinr<*y* or hyt heyr», 
anil Mirlt«* {•«■t«oti« t«i whf>ni cnv of tho pr«'ni\%M** «huM d%M^n«l, miuynif 
or i^*MTt. «lurhi* riirht, titlr, cla\ m«*, a«Tvnn, «'ntn» <»r intfrwt in, of anii 
up(»n th«> pn'nn«*c<» nnil «*\rry part«* th<*n*«if, a<i th<*T hade, thul«l« or mvffht 
hmvc h.uh*. \f thv* art«» had m'%«T b«*nr ha<l ik* madr. |*n>\vd«»<l aUrv. 
that all Ii>tt«T(*ii pat«'nt«, maih* hy th<* K\n|jr<i hyirhnr* to my prrton <»r (irr- 

M>n« of tht* pn*niv*««*^ <>r <»f <*nv parte themjf, or «if anr ftnnu%tp or <»<f\rr 

I « • • • • . 

gFaunt«il hy thy« U^ttn-^ |iati nt% to rny pt-rton or pPTMmt cwtr of thr «an»e, 
that no«trh<* U* in <»tryn^ht an«l forr<*, or that waA tn ttrrairth and forrr t)M* 
lii <Liy of (><*t«»lM*r la<it |»a«t, «t<»n<l an<l U* irood and rflrctuall in tbr bmr, 
aArr th<* t<>n<»ur!« aml puqtortt i»f thyt «anM*, thyt pmrot «cir io any«i«r 

iiotwvth«tanilinir. Pn)v\(lrd aUo, that hv thvt artr thr Kvtur havr no 

• "^ . • • • ^ 

fuchr riifht and titU* of «'uy <»f thr premyttr«, that be or hrmfirrp thall 

dvtc<*nd. n*inavn or n*vrrtr fn»m anv auncrtour or cfMvn of thr M-vd 

• • • • • 

Fnun(<*\«, whyrhr ry^htr and tytlc br or thall l>r in thr tryd auncHf»ur or 
C(Mvn otil\ in a<*ri(»n t\m of hvt <»r thrn* d<«rratr, whtMrrof thrrr mtrrt. at 
thr t\nM' of thr «anir ^ht^i-aM*, nhall h<* tolk-d and tak<*n awry by thr cur*f ai 

ihr la«r (»f thvt land. iW* \t <»r<lrvm«d bv thr trvd autorvtr, that r%rry 

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of thr «<'\d k\n^H )\«*^rr {>«<opl«*, tlu^n* »uccr»tour<», bryrt and aa»t|rnr», ha^r 
and <'njo\r all man<*r (»f n*nt«i dur and of ryght to thrm« tbrrr aunrrtour» 
or pnthct «kMiun* U'l4»n;ryn^, afon* thr makyng of thyt .\ctr, of my «jf thr 
prmiy«<»i*<', durr^n^r thr t\mr that thr Mimr prrmyttrt rrroAnr and alfidr m 

tbr tHi*M*««ion of <»un* M\d («»\«*ravn 1<»rd <»r h%« hrvn; and vf anv <jf thr 

I • • • • • • 

prrmy«»M'« h«"n-iift«T Iw j:raunt«*«l hy thr K\n|r or any of hyt hryrt, bv 
Irttrn « )at«!it'^. or that yt U* cmuitttil hy Artr of flu^Luiimt or othrr 
my«r. to «-n^ |i«T*«»n <»r |-«'nK»n* for t<*rmr of lyff. in frr tjmplr or in fr*» 

tavlr . that t) thiM « i»«*r^>n« «o M*\%r<l. h«»ld tbr «amr maorrt, Laod« and 

• • • 

trn«*n:«i.!*. or «»t)nT |'n*rn\ •*«»%, of thr Kirir and hi« hryrt for &t4mrr of tbr 

Und ; .itid ;iNt» <if «u l.r iK'r^»nt. th« n* l»r\r« an«l turrrttourt, aod b\ thr 

• • • 

tanir «iT\i<«. .1'* t))«* «ainr nian«*r« •. l«»tMU and t^iimimtt. and otbrr 
pn*nn<-4 4. \iit n* «»r «)ni)il )ia\r U*i'ti h«»ld«-n an«l rhar)rr<l withr ; and that 
th«\ n..i\ «l\-!r»\*i f.»r t):«' vimr nijt« aii«l •rr\i«*r«. aml ha*r all «»thrr 

• • • 

lawfull r«!n«»l«- Tt nv. \«r\ or n<»n piynM*nt or non <l(»yn)r "i" thr tamr, at 
tU*\ < r «-n\ I f t) « tn ii!\^).t )ia\«' h.-\<i«*, Uf«»n' thr nukunjr of th\« prrtcot 
art, )ji»!i'.\i:»' "f t*niunt* lor t» nnr «if l\fr only ricrptr.*' ** PtMtro<{ur 
i()«'m W ilh-lit.ti* ^'ir^^inM*^ (Ir tali ttatu ind«* ol»iit Mntitu« tinr hrrrdr dr 


corpore suo. Et ulterius juratores predicti dicunt quod predictus Fran- 
ciscus Lovell, si tempore mortis dicti vicecomitis fuisset in plena vita et non 
attinctus de alta prodicione seu felonia, esset proximus heres dicti vice 
comitis, videlicet, filius Johanne sororis dicti Willelmi Vicecomitis et filie 
Johannis nuper Vicecomitis Beaumont, patris predictorum Willelmi Vice- 
comitis et Johanne, et quod predictum manerium et cetera premissa cum 
suis pertinentiis prefato Francisco descendere debuissent, ut consanguineo 
et heredi ejusdem vicecomitis in forma predicta ; pretextu quorum manerium 
predictura ac cetera premissa in manu predicti nuper Regis devenerunt et 
devenire debuerunt et in manibus domini Kegis nunc existant et existere 
debent. Et dicunt quod predictus Willelmus Vicecomes obiit xix' die 
Decembris anno dicti nuper Regis xxiii", et quod Brianus Stapylton miles et 
Johannes Norres armiger sunt dicti Vicecomitis heredes propinquiores, 
videlicet, predictus Brianus filius Johanne, filic dicte Johanne, sororis dicti 
Vicecomitis, et predictus Johannes Norres tilius Fridiswide, alie filie dicte 
Johanne, sororis dicti vicecomitis ; et quod predictus Willelmus Vicecomes 
Beaumont nulla aha sive plura terras seu tenementa habuit sive tenuit nec 
in dominico nec in servicio nec in reversione dicto die quo obiit, et quod 
Brianus Stapylton miles et Johaunes Norres armiger sunt dicti vicecomitis 
heredes propinquiores, videlicet Brianus Stapyhon filius Johanne filie dicte 
Johanne sororis dicti Vicecomitis, et predictus Johannes Norres filius 
Fredyswide alie filie dicte Johanne sororis dicti Vicecomitis, ct quod dictus 
Brianus tempore capcionis hujus inquisitionis fuit plene etatis, videlicet etatis 
xxvi annorum et amplius, et quod dictus Johannes Norres tempore cap- 
cionis hujus inquisitionis fuit etatis xix annorum et amplius. In cujus rei 
testimonium tam dicti commissionarii quam predicti juratores huic inquisi- 
tioni sigilla sua apposuerunt." 

Joan, daughter of Jolm Viscount Beaumont and sister of William 
Viscount Beaumont and Lord Bardolf, mother of Francis Viscount Lovell, 
of Joan wife of Sir Brian Stapylton of Carlton in Balne, a manor in the 
parish of Snaith, com. Ebor. knight, and of Fredyswide wife of Sir Edward 
Norres of Yattenden, com. Berks, knight, marricd first John Lovell, knight, 
Lord Lovell of Titchmarsh, com. North", deceased 9th Jan. 4 Edw. IV. 
1465 ; and secondly, Sir William Stanley of Holt Castlc, com. Denbigh, as 
we learn from a recital of letters patents under the great seal, bearing date at 
Westminster, the I2th day of November, the fifth year of the reign of King 


Edwanl IV. frnmtiofr to the faid WiUiain ^ aml Jo«n. that wat tkc w\fe of 
John I.ovrll knvirht, I^>ni Lovell. «ii-ic, anti «vthrn thr w^fr of the frid 
Willuun/* an<l to the heini mal(*« (»f thr iKMiy of tht* ianM* William lawfully 
begottcn, th(* (a«tl(> and loniship of Sktpton in Cravi^, com. Kbor. and the 
manor of Manit(»n in (*rav4*n in llu* »anM* •hire, then in ihe Kin^'« lund«, 
bj n*aji(»n of thr art of attaind«*r of .lohn Clrffoni kni^ht, late I^nl ('I\ff«ird. 
Froni th(* in()tti9ition4 pont mort«*m w«* leani that »he died oo tlM* fif\h day 
of Auv'u*t, (i Kdw. IV. I4(U>. I«*avin)r Fninci» I.ord I>ovetl her »00 and 
hetr, of the a^e of t4*n yean and mon*. and that under vanou« rhartrr* «he 
luui bct^n fieiied of ahn(Mt th«* «*ntir«* inh«*ntance of her fir»t hu*band. . I*ur* 
tuant to writ^ «lith the Kin^'ft te«te at W«*«tminiter, 26 Fcb. f> Fdw. IV. 
14I>7, th4*«e in(]ui««iti(m4 were tak«*n ;«*Iy, at Votall, cotn. Scaff. 4 Jul. 
7 Edw. IV. before Nicohn .\cani, the eHcheator, aa to her trnure of tliat 
numor uu(i«*r a frrant «if Williani I^v«*II. kni^ht, bearing^ date 4th day **( 
Nov«*inUT. )S'»th Ilen. VI. 1446, to John I^>t(^I kni|rht and Joan thrn ht« 
wife. to hold to th«*m and to th«* h«-im of the aaid John. togrther with the 
Advow«M»ti of th(* rhurch ; doubtle^n tht* \«*ar of thinr marriaire. 1d the t«n>r 
county i»he hcld uiidcr a frrant inade by Kichard Draper and Thona* 
Ferri» to her late hu^band and hrrM^lf, an annual rent of 4/i. et utntit 
copulc venatic«»nim, Ani;Ii(*e vocatontiu Hacche* vel liunnynfr houn«ie«, «mt 
of th«* nunor of IIen*w(>d«*, h<*ld of John Hampton, aa of bit manor of 
Kynfan* ; a<i alito crrtain land"* in Tebynirton and Buaaelhall in the aanie 
county. At Northanipton, 29 Jui>e, 7 Kdw. IV. before John Chambure, 
ihe «^««-iM^ator of the ccNintv, a« to her tenure of the mnDor of llal«-eum- 


Bnik«*l«v. or IlaU and Brack«*Iev. .\t the caslle of Vork, ^Hth Jun. brfi^re 
Robert Kt«*r. e»ch«*ator of the countv, a» to her lenunp of a moietv of the 
manor of IUi\nton. call«*d IMnrcmrt iiiAiior, held of John, Duke of N«>rfolk, 
aa of hi« manor of Thinik, and nf the manor of Wold Newion, held of 
Kichard .\ldwynrle in «ocaire, and of a ni«*^fiua|re and loA and 1(M acnr* of 
Umd iii Lund itpon th«* Vork Wold. At Vork. 27 May, 7 Ldw. IV. before 
John Mar«hall, mayor and eiich<*ator of the lord the Kinir in the rounty 
of the city of Vork. a^ to h4*r t4*niire of a motetv of the manor «/ 
.\»khani Hrian, held of the Duke of Norfolk, a» of hi« man«»r of Thtr«k« bj 
fealiy onl\. and of th«* manor of DhnKhoiiie, held of Kdward .Malpafae </ 
Thon-*l.y l»y f«alty only. .\t Wallinirford, com. Berk», 24 Jul. 7 Kdw. IV. 
before W illiam Ihdr. etcheator, a» to her trnurr of the nunor of D eafo ni» 


held of Robert Veyse by the service of the tenth part of one knight'8 fief, 
and of the manor of Pole, held of Thomas Perkyns in socage. At Henley 
upon Thames, 23 July, before the same escheator, as to her tenure of the 
manors of Minster Lovell and Minster Parva, held of the King as of his 
duchy of Lancaster by the service of the thirtieth part of one knight's fee, 
of Duklington with the advowson of the church, together with that of the 
chapel of Cockthorp annexed to the same church, held of Roger Beau- 
fitj in socage, of Norton Bryne, held of John Hasye csquire, for the ser- 
vice of the fourth part of a knight's fee, of the manor of Wyvelcote, 
called. Boteller*s Court, held of William Bruer by fealty and suit of court 
twice in the year, of Cockthorp, held of Sir Richard Ryser knight, of the 
advowson of the abbey of Bruem, of lands and tenements in Aston Rich, 
held of John Aston, in Lewe near Brampton and Skelton, parcel of the 
manor of Duklington, and in Moresland within the demesne of Rotherfield 
Grey, held of Sir Ralph Butler knight, in right of Alice his wife. At 
New Sarum, com. W^ilts, 21 July, 7 Edw. IV. bcfore Philip Morc, the 
escheator, as to her tenure of the manor of Mighendene, held of Edward 
Mighendene, by the service of the tenth part of one knighfs fee. Et 
dicunt etiam juratoros quod Johannes Lovell miles, dominus Lovell, 
defunctus, nuper vir prefate Johanne, diu ante obitum suum fuit seisitus de 
maneriis de Elccombe et Uffecote cum suis pertinentiis in comitatu predicto, 
et sic inde seisitus inter alia dedit ct concessit et per cartam suam con- 
firmavit Johanni Croffton, Thome Metkalf, Miloni Metcalf, Miloni Hudle- 
ston, Thome Stone et Thome Bateson predicta maneria cum pertinentiis, 
habenda et tenenda sibi, heredibus ct assignatis suis, prout in eadem carta, 
sigillo ad arma predicti domini sigillata, portante datam xxviii die Marcii 
anno rcgni Regis predicti tercio, et juratoribus predictis in evidenciam 
ostensa plene apparet ; virtute quorum doni et concessionis iidem Johaunei, 
Thomas, Milo, Milo, Thomas et Thomas fuerunt inde seisiti et adhuc sunt 
inde seisiti, et dicunt etiam quod predicta maneria tenentur de domino Rege 
ut de ducatu Lancastrie. At Gloucester, 20th July, 7 Edw. IV. before 
John Mody, escheator of the county, as to her tenure of one roessuage, 
four roods of land and twelve acres of meadow in Brode Resyngdon, held 
of John Bodycote ; and of one tenement, one rood of land, and four 
acres of meadow in Wydeford, held of James Bethom, by the render 
of 4d, and suit of court ; and also as to the tenure of Johu Lovell knight, 

ccxxx rRP.rACi:. 

tbm (ii*c«^44nl, lat«* th«* hu%Kan«l of th«* fuud Jddn. lomr U-forr hii ()«^rra«'*, 
of th«* nianor of W^dffitrtl, hchl (if th«* ahlMit of \Vinrh«H*«mib«*, and th<*n 
in th«* <M*i/in (»f th«* fiiifTtT^ nam<*«i ah(»\c hv \irtiM* of hi* Mud <-lurt« r. 
At th«» raMl(» ot* \V(>rr«'»t«r, H .luU. 7 I.dw. IV. U-fon* Thonu* I*a\i:r. 

m • 

eM*h«'ati>r of th«* ((>unt\, a<( to \wt t«nur«* of tlu* nianor» ami «i«n»«*«n«** <•:' 
l*pt«>n u|M>n Snodd^^hur), \V\li(* Hunu*ll, ami cvrtain landt in T<'\inirf«Mi 
and HuiiMlhall. At .\rton HunM-11, r«itn. Salop, 2(> Junr, 7 IM». I\. 
brfon* Nichola« Fit<h«*rU*rt, ««^cht^ator of thc lord tb«* KiDf^ in th«* «.«id 
county and in th«* nurch of WaltM adjactmt to tlu* Minir roiinty. a* t^ 
brr t«MHm* juintly «ith hcr lat<* hu^hand of tbe maoor of Art«m Hurn<-ll. 
brld of .\nn«* duc)u*«« of Hurliintrham; of trnnumti tii Brid|r«*mirth a:«l 
tn the to\iin of Shn*vk»hury ; of th«* inam>rt of llrliroclr, b«*l<i of Joh:i 
Mrlon ; Ch*a St. .NIar](ran*t, of ICoUTt 1'lumptoo ; WoUtanton, of H<»^t r 
Gn>hy ; rppiiiirton, of thr prior of Womhridirr, «itb land« in i hrttou . 
of Suttoii, Cniftou, and .\hl<*ton, of John Karl of Shrw«hur\- ; ni ('an- 
trloj>r, of Ni(-hola« Hracy atui tlu» prior of Wmlock; tff My llinirhojti-. of 
Williain Karl of Arund«*l ; of I<u*i«h«*b<*r\', of Kdnard Huft«rll ; of W (hi!ou. 
iS thi* ahlMit of \Vi|rnu>r«* ; of C'andovt*r, of Sir Kirbard Stac\, knttrht ; 
of Iiopt*)M>mlrr, of Thonu^ Pn*«ton ; of Cbatwall, t»f tbr F«arl of .\ruii- 
drl, «ith onr carucat«* of land of John IW*tton ; tjf a nioirtv of tbr ni.iiior 
of Sin<*tlu*«*«>tr. of John lb*nl>y ; of .\cton Krignrr, «itb land^ in Ta««rl«*y . 
of tbr .\hlM)t of Ila^^bmon; of I^nifdon, mitb landt in Tasirlry. of thr 
Earl of Shn*«!ilmry ; and of K«(hm Hurmdl, of tbr Kini^. Kt pn^lirtM* 
Jobannr^ I^»cll niiUti, (h>niinu« I«ov«*ll, »ic conjiinctim cum prrfata Joh^iniii 
uion* «ua d«* onmthu* pmiictit nuim*riiii, &c. cum |)rrtiiirtitiit oInU •ri«itii«. 
rt pn*<licta Johanna rum »upi*r\i&it «*t tr trnuit in riacirm prr ju.« acrr^-*. 
cendi, t*t |M>«ti*a pn*dicta Jobanna «ir ci^^it^m ohiit •ri»ita. quinto «Im* .\iiff ..«11 
ultiiiio pn*t«rito. Kt (|uod rninci%ru« I^nrll r»t filiut rt brrr* tam 
prr«ii<*ti Johannrs I^%rll (|ium pn-fatr Johanne nuprr utorit tur pn>- 
pin(|iiior, «*t r«t t*t«iti« \ annonim rt ampliu«. SubarqumtlT, pur«u4ut 
to a «rit, «tth tlM* Kin)f'< ti*-«tr at Wr«tinin«trr, I:hb day «if July, 
I:t K4i«. IV. 1472. an im)ui«iti(»n ma« takm at !>rrby. 24tb Srpt. fol- 
lowinir. b<*fon* John rraunc«*y«, t*«chi*ator of thr \ar\\ tbr Kin|r m tbr 
rounty. a» to brr trniin* of thr nunor of Toth^wr, brld of (»eMf|^ 
I>uk(* of ('lan-tuv. a« of thr c.i«tl«* atid hon«Mir of Tuth(ir\, and amrtbrr at 


l^««**t<'r. if^th I>r«. foUoniii^. lM*forr Johu W 4nl«*. r«r)M*at<>r of tbr Kinp 
tu tlir (-ount\. a« to lirr tt*nurr of tno lmr)(ap*«, om* ffanlin, «ml «1% 


acres of ineadow in her demesne as of fee in the town of Leicester, held of 
the king as of his duchy of Lancaster, and of the manor of Shepcshede, 
hcld of William Hastynges knight and of John Bourchier knight as of 
the right of Elizabeth his wife, as of the honour of Winchester, at which 
dates Francis Lovell her son was of the age of fifteen years and more. 

Francis Viscount Lovell, during his minority, was in the custody of 
John de la Pole, Duke of Suffolk, and of his wife Elizabeth, sister of 
King Edward the Fourth, as we leam from these letters patent, headed 
**Pro Duce Suffolcie et Elizabetha uxore ejus de custodia commissa." 

" Rex omnibus ad quos, &c. salutem. Sciatis nos de gratia nostra speciali 
ac ex certa scientia et racro motu nostris dedimus et concessimus ac per 
presentes damus et concedimus canssimo fratri nostro Johanni Duci Suf- 
folcie ac precarissime sorori nostre Elizabethe uxori sue custodiam omnium 
dominiorum, maneriorum, terrarum, tenementorum, possessionum et here- 
ditamentorum cum pertinentiis, que nuper fuerunt Johannis Lovell militis, 
domini de Lovell, defuncti, qui de nobis tenuit in capite per servicium miii- 
tare, die quo obiit, et que tam per sive post mortem ejusdem Johannis domioi 
de Lovell defiincti quam ratione minoris etatis Francisci Lovell, fiUi et 
heredis ejusdem Johannis, domini de Lovell, ad manus nostras devenerunt 
et in manibus nostris nunc existunt quovismodo, una cum advocationibus 
ecclesiarum, capellarum, cantariarum et omnium aliorum beneficiorum eccle- 
siasticorum quorumcumque,feodismilitum,curiis,letis,visisfranciplegii,ferii8, 
mercatis, parcis, warennis, proficuis et commoditatibus predictis dominiis et 
maneriis ac ceteris premissis et eorumcuilibetqualitercumque spectantibus sive 
pertinentibus, necnon custodiam et maritagium eiusdem Francisci, filii et 
heredis ejusdem Johannis Lovell, domini de Lovell, absque disparagatione, 
habenda et tenenda custodiam predictam ac cetera premissa cum pcrtinentiis 
una cum maritagio ipsius heredis eisdem Johanni et Elizabethe, fratri et sorori 
nostris, a tempore mortis prefati Johannis Lovell, domini de Lovell, usque 
ad plenam etatem dicti Francisci filii et heredis, quamdiu custodia illa in 
manibus nostris seu heredum nostrorum esse contigerit ; et si de herede illo, 
antequam ad plcnam etatem suam pervenerit, humanitus contingat, herede 
suo infra etatem existente, quod extunc iidera Johannes, frater noster, et 
Elizabetha, soror nostra, seu eorum alter vel eorura assignati habeant seu 
habeat custodiam omnium predictorum dorainiorum, mancriorum, terrarum, 
tcnementorum et ceterorum premissorum una cum maritagio ejusdem heredis 

ccxxxii PRerAc:K. 

tic infra ftatnn riiiitt*nti!i luqiir iil plrnam rt Iririttinuini rtAtrm »tiam |K*r- 
vemTit, vt qiiamdiu pri*«iictA <lominia, niancru, trm*. t«*tM*mrntA ar c«*t«-ni 
pn*mi«>«A rum prrtinriitiiii in nunil»u« nfrktri* n*uuiM*n* rontiKrrint, mc quuai 
iidrm JoKanm** «-t KliJuiU*fha. fratrr rt nomr mntri* eflrctum nuhtaxii 
alicuju« hrrr<ii« hrriHlum pmiirturum tlrhitr AM4*ruti furhot Al»M|ur aliqu«> 
cocnp«»to Mti ali<|uo alio pro pr«*mis«i« nobi« rt hrmiibui nofttm np«l«lrtidu 
•eu •olvrndo, invrnimdo tamrn hujii»m«Mli hrrcdii Mificimtrm iu»tm- 
tacion«*m ftuam ar iiup|M>rtando domoii, rlaiiaurafl ri edificta oaioium prr- 
niiMorum, ro qtitMl rtprrnM nMrntio d«* vrro valorv aDDtio prmiiMorum, «ru 
cujunlibrt indr |iarcrllr in pn-«rntihuii miniror facta emittit, aut dr alii« d<jm« 
fivr conci*««ionibuM |M*r no» riMirm Johanni et Eliiabrtbe frmth et M>ron 
iMMth» aut (*urum alirn> conjunctim vrl diviiim facti», aut aliquo «tatuto, 
•ctu, urdinatiom* Mni rr*thctioiM* in contrahtmi facto, edtto «eu pruvi«o non 
obftantr. 1 Vu% Im) Miiiprr quo«i i«ta ccHM*ra«io non te emtmdat ad aliqua 
dominia. mam*ria, trrrai, tmmirnta, |K>»iir«4ionr« ri befvditaiiirata* qur po«t 
morti*m aliciiju» ant«*c«*iuK>h« pn*fati Franciiici mi altehut hrrrdi« prrfati 
Jobanni* Domini lx>vrll ridt*m Francisco «m altrh brrrdi prrdict4> in 
fbturum de«c«*ndant, rrmaorant »m rvvrrtantur. In mjtu ret 4rc. Tr«tr 
Regr apud \V«^tmotu»trhum li di«* JuliL (11 Julj, 11 Kd«. IV. 1471.) 

IVr hrrve dr phvato «iinllo et dr data kc." 
Francit Lovrll waii «ummonrd to I^krliammt at ** Franciaco I^vrll <ie 
Lo%«'ll. chrvalrr," !.'> Nor., 22 lCdw. IV.. 148:2, and in thr «amr n%tml yrar 
wa« cn*ai«*«i Vi*ctHint l<«>vt*ll, 4 Jan. \4f<h In thr next I^rliammt, hol«lm 
at \V<*«tniin«trr <m Fri<by, 2i\ Jaii.. I Itic. III., 1484, upoo bi» prtitMJO as 
coii«in aii<i h<*tr of l(<»lM*rt <ir llolan<i, hr wa», bv autbohtj of thr «ainr, 
rrtton^^i to «iich manor« a» ha<i Uvn «^iitailrc upun bii brtr» malr thro 
extinct, naiiM*ly, Th<trp \Vat«*r% ill«*, .\l<iwinclr, Acbicbr, aod i*brlwa»ton. 
in thr < oiiiit\ of Nortliampton. In thr «amr yrar hr wa« advancrd by Kio|r 
Kichani 1 1 1. (o ihr offict* <>f ('hamU^rlain of hi« 1 IouM*hold, ami madr a Knight 
of thr (tartrr. .\ftrr ihr lattlr <if IU>«worth. fn>m which br Cfmtn%rd to 
e«ca|ir. with thr othrr |iarti«an« <»f that wa» atlaintrd of hi|rb trrao 
too in ihr l*arliaiiM<nt holdrn at \Vr«tmin«trr, 7th Nov., 1 Ilm. VII.. 14KS. 
In thr M-rond \rar of llrnr% thr Srvmth hr waa, witb Jobo dr la l*«>lr, 
Karl (»f ljnc<»ln, «*ldr4t Mm of thr Dukr and DuchrM of Suflblk mmtioard 
abovr. at thr liattlr «>f St«»kr nrar Nrwark*upon-Trmt, foufrbt oo Sftlufdav. 
tbe 16th dav of Juor, UH7 ; •^ and thrrr waa «Uio tbe Lirl of Lincoln and 


divers other gentlemen, and the Viscount Lord Lovell put to flight," From 
this time the historians make no fmlher mention of him, but there was a 
strong rumour that he on that occasion preserved his life bj retiring to some 
secret place, where he was starved to death by the treachery or neglect of 
those in whom he confided ; " which report," writes the author of the Gene- 
alogical History of the House of Yvery, in its different branches of Yvery, 
Luvel, Perceval, and Goumay, printed at London in the year 1742, " in our 
own times seems to be confirmed in a very particular manner ; for the house 
of Minster-Luvel, being not long since pulled down, in a vault was found 
the person of a man, in very rich cloathing, seated in a chair, with a table 
and a mass-book before him, the body of whom was yet entire when the 
workmen entered, but upon admission of the air soon fell to dust ; from 
whence we may reasonably conclude that it was the fate of this unhappy 
nobleman, to have retired to his own house after the battle before-men- 
tioned, and there to have trusted himself to some servant, by whom he was 
there immured, and afterwards neglected, either through treachery or fear, 
or some accident which befel that person." This Francis Viscount Lovell 
had married Anne, daughter of Henry Lord Fitzhugh, of Ravensworth 
Castle, in the parish of Kirkby-Ravensworth, in Richmondshire, com. Ebor; 
who survived her unfortunate husband, as we leam from this provision, 
which is appended to the act of special attainder recited above. " Pro- 
vided alwey, that this Acte of Atteyndre, ne any other Acte or Actes made 
or hereafler to be made in this present Parliament, extend not, ne be in noo 
wise prejudiciall ne hurtfull to Anne Viscountess Lovell, late wife of the 
said Fraunces late Viscount Lovell, to or for any estate made of any of the 
premysses to the said late Viscount and the said Anne, ne to any other 
persone or persones to or for any astate made of any of the premysses by 
the said late Viscount or any other to th* use of the said Anne ; but that 
the same Anne, or suche other persone or persones to whom any such astate 
or astates hath ben made to th*use of the same Anne, of any of the premysses, 
have and enjoye such parte of the premysses as any suche astate hath been 
made of, as they shuld have doon if this Acte, or any other Acte in this 
present Parliament, had never be had ne made." Of this marriage there 
was no issue, and his heirs were his nephew named above, Sir Bryan Staple- 
ton, son of his sister Joan, and Fre<leswide, wife of Sir Edward Norres, who 
was knighted on the day of the battle of Stoke, in which his brother-in-law 
CAMD. soc. 2 h 


wu cnfjra;?t*ti, arronlitifr to tht* tr^ttroony of onr of iIm* hrraldt pre«cnt« «ho 
tntert^ hi« naitu' mtoimI oii tht* h*t of kiutrhti tnaih* at thr Mnic hatthh 
Thc fnllttwtnf; fttrart froin Idvi^^trr Hothrnim. f. 21H6, i« proof that Joan, 
the wift* of Sir Hr\an StAph*ton, haci (ii«-«l pr«*%iou« to iu date. ** Itmi, 
rudrra (lt«* ( xiii*(li«* Janiiarii. anno Doniiiii stACCi' ort«i|rr«iiDo quArlo) litterm 
ciirecta fiiit Hriano Stapl«*ton «1«* C'arU*t(in, |an»chta de Snatth, militi, rt 
Alicir n'lirtr WilU-hiii N«*vill nuprr (i«* Cothorp militit drfuorti, ad Milrmp* 
miarioii(*in facii^ndam tnatrimoiiii intrr m* prr qiiemrumque raprllanum 
idonriitn in ca|M>Ila »ivr oratorio intra inaiM*num de C*arletoa predirturo 
aituato, Kinnit unira ^ice phuf nliti^ intrr rufdrm in ecclraiif «ui* parochia- 
libuii.'' Ilcnn*, an Sr Hrian Stapl«*ton wa* onl? tventT-vii vrar» old in 
\S09, it woiild iin*m tltat hi« mothrr had died tocm aA<*r hia hirth, in the 
precrdinfT yrar. Owin^; to tht* »|M<cial act of attaioder ahoTe rrcitrd. no 
portion of th«* iiih«*ntancr of thr illiiftthouft familir* of I^vrll and IWau« 
HKmt, «ith thr (*\(M*ption of th«* hanmy in fre poMmaed by the Uit tumed 
family, (irM*cn(lt*«i to thr hctr«. Hut in the procredin|{^ which took placr tn 
the claini for thr lanmy. r\i(l(*nc«* wat adducrd in proof of the cohetrvhip 
of thi» titU* lM*infr %«*iiU*<i in thr faniilic*^ of Stapletoo aod Bertie ; and therrbf 
we acquire thr crrtain kiio«lrd|rp that Miles-Thomas oow Ixmi lleaunoot 
and Montaini now Karl of Abinfrdon arr, at the time of thii publicatioo, 
the liiM*al (U*«ci*n<Unts and heirt of the body of lleorj Fita.\ylwio, firat 
Mayor c»f l<«>n(i(»ii. 


P. clxxxvi. — Note, The mention in this grant of John Lord Bardolf to 
the priory of Shouldham, of Margaret, widow of Guy de Montfort, of 
Beaudesert, com. Warwick, daughter of Thomas Beauchamp, Earl of War- 
wick, and of Catharine, daughter of Guy de Warwick, eldest son of the 
Earl of Warwick, deceased, 28th April, 25 Edw. III. 1351, together with 
his own sister, Elizabeth, is of itself indicative of a near degree of kindred 
between the parties ; and hence it may be assumed, as an unquestionable 
fact, that Agnes, his mother, wife of Thomas Lord Bardolf, was the seventh 
daughter of Thomas Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, and that Margaret was 
the aunt and Catharine the cousin-german of the grantor. According to 
the pedigree of this family, compiled by John Rous, this earl had a daughter, 

Agnes, who is described to have been the wife of Cokesey, and after- 

wards of Bardolf. Dugdale informs us that he had nine daughters, 

whose portraitures were curiously drawn, and placed in the windows on the 
Bouth side of the quire of the collegiate church in Warwick, and in the 
habit of that time. Seven of tbem were married, and had their patemal 
arms upon their inner garments, and on their outer mantle their husband'8 
arms. The same writer has also given an engraving of these nine daughtera 
so painted, and to each is a label with their names. Thus the one labelled 
Margareta has on her gown, " Gules, crusilly and a fess or," the arms of 
Beauchamp, and on her mantle, " Bendy or and azure," the arms of Montfort ; 
and the seventh daughter, labelled Agneta, has the same arms on her gown, 
and on her mantle, " Azure, semee of cinquefoils or," the arms of Bardolf. 
The cross-crosslets are not liraited to six, but spread all over the gowns, and 
mantle also in respect of Juliana, the ninth daughter, who died unmarried. In 
like manner the cinquefoils are not limited to three, as usually bome by the 
family of Bardolf. Elizabeth, another daughter, is twice pourtrayed as Isa- 
bella and Elizabeth,and having in each instance on her mantle, " Sable,a cross 
engrailed or," the arms of Uflford, Earl of Suffblk, which repetition Dugdale 
explains as being descriptive of her first marriage with John Lord Strange 
of Blackmere, com. Salop. Hence we may infer that Agnes was the wife, 
first, of Thomas Lord Bardolf, whose eldest son John was bom 13th Jan. 
1312; and that after his decease, on the loth day of Feb. 2 Edw. III. 
1328, she re-married Sir Walter de Cokesey, of Cokesey, cora. Worc. whose 
son and heir, Sir Walter Cokesey, was cxecutor of Sir William Tmssell, of 
Cubleston, com. Staff. whose will bears date 10 Feb. 1379. 


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hui miithrr in h«r liMunr. 
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i«jvi< U/ifrr h» «tlr. IIm mjO oI thr Mlit MflM hj 
/vr William. r««t4/ Kohrrt. 
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f'"r m*cf)<>, rf*'i matnis. 
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/'■r manor*. rv.i*/ iiMOor. 

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ASIXGD05, Abbendonia, 1, li 

^ abber of, St. Manr. l^ U, Ui 

abboCs of. Athelmus, I ; Faricius, 1, U 

Eari of, MontagQ, ccxxxir 

Ableton, com. Salop, ccxxx 
Acard, NicfaoUa, eacheator, ccxxviu 
Acfajche, C(Hn. North". ccxxxii 
Acton Bomell, com. Salop, ccxxx 
»— Reigner, com. Salop, ccxxx 
Addeiiey, Ralf^, clxxx 

Addington, Hjulingtona. Edintone, Adintone, 
com. Sorr. moiety of, ir, t, xii, xt, xTi, xxxtIj, 
xxxTiii, xxxix, xIt, IxxiT, Ixxx, Ixxxi, Ixxxii, 
IxxxTiii, Ixxxix, xcii, xct, xcTii, cxxi, cxxt ; 
cfaorcfa of St. Matjt, t ; cfaapel of All Saints, 
▼, Ti 

— — — Reginald de, v, vi 

Aete, WilUam de, xUi 

Aguillon, Agwrlon, Agulon, William, ix. xi, 
xii, xiii, xt, xTi, xvii, xl, Ixx ; Joan, his wife, 
ix, X, xiii ; Robert, their son, iii, xvi, et f<q. ; 
Joan, his fint mife, x\\\, et seq. ; Maigaret of 
SavoT, Coanteas of Devon aad of the Isle, his 
aecond wife, xxxi, tt s^q. ; Isabella, daughter 
and heireaa, \b. €t tf^. Stc Bartlolf 

— — Wiliiam, xvii ; Rol>ert, t^. 

Alan, Earl, cxxi 

Albini, WiUiam de, xl 
Aldenfaolm, paatnre of^ xcviii 
Aldm-inde, com. Noitfa*. ccxxxii 
Aidwrncle, Ridiard, ocxxviii 
Alennndra, Robert, cxxxix, cxl, cxct ; 

Alejn, Tbomaa, d 
" Alneto, WiUelmus de,** cxxx 
Alnwick, castle oC com. Xortfa'. diii 
AlieUn. &«HalaeUn 
Alton, faand. ot, com. Hanta, xciT 
AlTaston, Aiwaston. Alewoldestnne, cam. Dtah» 

xcix, cxxxiT, dxxxTi 
Ambaston, Emboidestune, com. DerK zeiz, 

cxxxiT, clxxxTi, cxci 
Ancaster, com. Linc moietj of, exzri, cxxix, 

cxxxiT, diii, cxcTi 
Andrewe, Ricfaard, derk, dxxTiii 
Angiera, ProTosta of, Tui 
Anwick, Amuinc, Amwiek, com. Linc cxTii, 

cxxii. cxxvi, cxcvi 
Aphele, WilUam de, xct 
AppIeTcrd, William, cxl 
Archiac in Saintonge, xx 

Almaric d\ xx 

** Arcubu», Giniertu» dc,*" cxxx 

Armine. Sir William, ccv ; Margaret, hts wile, A. 

Amold, Amhale, Amali, and Soke, eom. Notta, 




An|u««, WilliAm of, cU«ti 

AhiimM, Rafir uf, bIvii, luxit ; hargh uf, ihii ; 

rwitim tti^ aa»«ii. sl«ii 
•-^— -> K«rU (»f, WiUuMn, «li, stii, al ; II «Kh, 

al : Julin KilxAlAn. Kxm^ti ; lUrKAnl. itsTii ; 

KdiaiVMl, cift : Karli*nl,rxft«.(*xftsui. cftmsvi ; 

Thomaa, cshii ; William, (x*ifts. *S«* Hur- 

Aakhum Bhan, com. Kliur. mttMrtj (»f, crsxtui 
Aakrkiiy, Mim. lunr. ccxi. crxii 
Aabroc, li«ii«i. uf. cum. L4or. Ixxxvt. sci 
A ■lnhy -^U- U- /twtrh», com. Lmr. crxi 
»^— > William, fc b im to r, ccx, crxi 
Amidivm, lulv. cx«ti 
Asti, ■■tihiiiU uf. Hav«>t. xxxii 

AyUmthoryr, t!f l liii'|i^ com. Liar. crv, crvi. «rt. 

crxii. crxit 

Artott, eom. Ilrru, cxct 

Artott QmUMi. cum. Burk«, rxxsix ; clui|»Ujn 

Ol HL LooAAnl of. CXXXT 

Afllott Rlcli, cum. Oxf. crxxix 

— ~ Alr IUrb*r«l dr. Kl. cx ; Juhn, ccsxix 

AiVMillmni, «ap. of, cum. laor. rxxix 

AtoA, <IUb«n (lr, rt«, c«ti 

AttO llolvohitlr. PHrr. Ixxsv 

Allowod^, RAlfih, rxsx ; RtrhAnl. ••rh«ot««r. cxl 

Avoloml, hai»<i. uf. cum. luor. rxxix. csrtii 

A«i|pMS«, Frxnrr. rx«ii 

AtUfcril. han>l. of. cum. Huoi. xl«ii. Ixxit 

AnrnarlM. Mau<1 «Ir. rxi« 

AimIU^, llugh «Ir. ns 

AoaoU, Cimit«« uf. WiIliAm Ijr Ctruft, rrt% ; 
Bohlorin <lr llriunr. x«iti ; Alirr. hM (Uoich- 
Wr, «A. ; WilIiAUi «1<- Kt^rs. xxxii : ImMU tU 
%«ntet%, hM »ifr. %* . *t *t«y. , Juhn, Ihrtr •on. 

Aanrrll, Wilu*m. «%« 

Aolhar|i#, r«4n |jiti«-. * %\, rxu 

Asholm#, Itlr «.f. Uii 

Asti—Hr. cum. !>«•«. xxt 

Ajlm lio rytCom. Ilork», r%«%it ; hun«l. i«f. rsttl 

A.fUMlflO. .Hm KIi 
Avorhrlrs, 8inKMi 4r, sr^. 
Aiur. xU 

Boh«n(. h«»<l. 6t, ca«s. Hoff. slua 

Bohynicum, Williom, srrl 

Bocon, Willmm, Isssi*. rsssu 

Hocooitharp, com. Norl Hssii 

BotMmghMi, com. H«C cisxi ; rh. of m i'^n 

Bo|»tMC, ils hifih olur. li 
BoaU. WaIuv (1#. IsiT 
Bodu», Willmm. iv 
BogvfNis, Rolph do, slii 
Bo|(hoU, John, cmriii 
BoiUol. W iUmm 4o, etsvii 
Bokiili, John, Thmlnr. rtri 
Boliul, AUson4«r 4o, ctl, ctrr 
Bolao, AUn do, T 
BomlHirfh. BoamhvffKh, BomhcfKh. Williom. 

cUiti, clsxvi ; John, twtn 
Bonmir. BMh«>fM of, <lnAn of Y#r«ror4. rsl« ; 

J(*hn Suohurv. crvii 
||*no4H'kl>um. Bonnorkslmmo, hottUo^. r. r«ii 
Bon44«<o'l. rtim. '^rt. rtttiu 
Hon«srl. Jtihn. rlxsu 
lUrixir. Wtlliom. rlstii 
Hormimh, Horirhom. Brrrhom, Bcrkhoat, B«r- 

cuni|ir. |Wrk(mi|i*. B«rromp. mm . Som. 

lttt«ii. tr, t«-i». tc^, sr^t. rssii. rsss^t. 

rtl«u. rltttiti, rittxv, rltst«i, rsrt, rsr«wi, 

rc, rrit, rrt. rrtU ; rh. o/ fk. Morr, rlsssv, 

rr. m. 
BonMf. Bor«l4>l|4i, iKwo.tri , rWm 0*4 llM«ms. 

hM ttm«, lA. ; ThnmoA, Istsiv, rtstu, rtUil ; 



RoMy hk wite, tb.; Doon, Daon, Dodo, Doan, 
Uieir 8on, Ixxxir, Ixxxvi, xci, cxxiv. cxxrii ; 
Bcatrix, his wife, cxxvii ; 'William, their son, 
IxxxTii ; Willia>m, his son, ixxxiv, Ixxxvii, xci, 
cxxx; JoltanA, his wife, Ixxxiv, Ixxxvii, xci, 
cxvi ; Hngfa, Bon of Thomas, Ixxxvii ; Sir John, 
Ixxxvi, cxvi ; Robeit, cxvi, cxvii, cxl ; Ami- 
cia, his wife, cxvii 

Bardolf, Lords, Hugh, xxxi, et stq. ; Isabella, hia 
wife, iJ. rt »€q. ; Thomas, Ixxxv, rt $tq. ; Agnes, 
hia wife, xcvii, et 9€q. ; William, seeond son, 
xciii, xcvii, <t »tq. ; John, xcviii, rf tiq. ; 
Thomas and Edmund, his brothers, xcviii ; 
Elizabeth, his sister, clxxxvi ; Elizabeth, his 
wife, €t stq. ; William, cxv, et seq. ; Isabel and 
Agnes, his sisters, ciii ; Agnes, his wife, cxv, 
«( Hq. ; Thomas, cxxiii, €t seq. ; Sir William, his 
brother, cliii,clxiv,clxv,clxxx, clxxxiii,clxxxv, 
clxxxvi. cxciv ; Joan, wife of Sir William, 
clxxxvi ; Avicia, wife of Thomas, cxxiii, ei 
9eq, ; Anne and Joan, their daughtera, cxlviii, 
et ieq. ; barony of, cxvii ; arms, ciii, ccxxii, 
ocxxiiL See Phelipp and Beaumont 

Barker, Margaret, clxviii 

Barmeston, com. Ebor. ccv 

Bamard, John, clvii 

Bamet, battle of, ccxvi 

Barton-upon-Humber, com. Linc. cciv, ccxxi ; 
ch. of St. Marjr, ib. 

Baasage, John, chaplain, clxxx 

Baaset, Oilbert, xx ; Isabella, his wife, xix, xx ; 
PhiUp, xlii, Uiii ; Ralph, cxiu ; Thomas, 
escheator, cxcviii ; Walter, ccvi ; Robert, his 
son, t6. 

Bateson, Thomaa, ccxxix 

Bath and Wells, Bishops of, W^alter Ixvi, clxvii ; 
John, clixviii 

Bayn, river, com. Linc. cxlviii 

Baynton, Bainton, Deincourt manor in, com. 
Ebor. ccxxviii 

Beachampton, com. Bocks, xii 

Beauchamp, Cecilia de, xx ; Peter de, Ixxzr ; 
Roger de, xcviii ; Sibilla, his wife, ^, 

Beaufitz, Roger, ccxxix 

Beaufou, Fulk de, xvi ; Agatha, his daogfater, %b, 

Beaumanoir, com. Leic. ccx, ccxii, ccxxiii 

Beaumont, Lords, Henry de, cciv, ccxxi ; John, 
ccxxi, ccxxii ; Eleanora, his wife, t6. ; Heniy, 
ccxxi ; Margaret, his wife, xb. ; John, clTiii, 
clxix, clxxi ; Miles-Thomas, ccxxxIt. 

VLscounts, John, clxxi, et $eq. ; Elisa- 

beth, his firat wife, ib. ; Katherine, his iecond 
wife, clxxxi, et seq. ; Heniy, his eldest aon, 
clxxv, clxxxvii, clxxxviii ; William, lecond 
son and heir, Lord Bardolf, clxxv, et seq.; 
Joan, his firat wife, ccix, et teq. ; Elizabech, 
his second wife, ccxviii, et seq. ; Joan, their 
sister. See Lovell. Katharine, their half- 
sister, clxxxi 

Beawmund,SirWiIIiam,kt. Ixxiv ; Qodfi^de, iW 

Bec-Herluin, abbey of, xliii, cixxi ; abbots of, 
exxxi, cxxxix 

Beccles, com. Suff. cixxr, ccxii 

Bedale, com. Ebor. clxxxviii 

Bedeman, Adam, clxvii 

Bedford, castle of, Ivii, Iviii 

~— — Duke of, John, Gnardian of England, 
cliii, clv, clvi ; Jacquetta, his wife, dx, 

Beeding, com. Suss. xlvi 

Beighton, Boyton, Begheton, com. Norf. xciv 

Bekyngton, Tfaomas, clerk, clxx\iii ; Thomas de, 
escheator, cv 

Belet, W^illiam, xlu, xliii 

Belford, William, cciii 

Bellinc, xlv 

Beltisloe, Beliteslawe, wap. oom. Linc. coIt, oct 

Benby, John, ccxxx 

Bennington, Benyngton, com. Herts. cxl 

Benstede, Sir Edward de, kt. cxxxix 



BrrrhaintUd, WtlUam dr, Uii 

JtrmiKvr, liL 

1WtIip1«7, WilliAin, Vi»r>oant, ctkU ; Mftitiiiw, 

clxx&i, rr &11I , JtMii, hk» «i(r, *h, 
B^riiyim, WilliAm dr, Uxtv 
IWfir, WilllBm, nrruir uf SU|»li'furil. rxr^ 
BcrmociilM^, Vrutry ut Hi. Ha^MMtrV uf. «i ; 
Priur ol. x&t« : rh. of Hl Umtj lljM(«UJrn. 
BvrMrk, John, rxiiti ; Williani, hi* aun, •/-. ; 
M«u4« hb MMtrr snd hrtr, lA. 
1, rrxiit 
r, ahh^ »f, NomuuxU, rU 
I, llrnry «Ir, «ii 
Bcftir, Ibmtlj «>f. rrxxxi« 
B«rwirk>atKMi-T«ml, U&«iii, Uxix, rtx, raln, 

ralvi, dtii 
Bvrvirk, mnu. Hofl». Ut, Uii, ir«i,rii, rxxxvii, rxl 
BftlKMa, jMnra. m&tx 
Bclhtiii*, MT. xn<l r«nt. of, Krxnrr, rxxiii 
I. John, rrttx 
», Joiin, Valrt !«» KinK f-UlwBnl III. rx«ii ; 
Amirta, hu «ifr, •'.; Annr xnil l^lliiahKh, 
thrkr «UoKhtrr*. (A. 
BmvWjr, rn»«tarf; of, SioMvn, xn*! arrhilrartvn of 

B — tf fc lW , Ia, Br«TW, Frmnrr, rxxiii 
■ IHtifr* «l** I*. rxxiii 

Birk«r. Birhrrr. Ii«kir. H«k.«r, Htkrr. hon«l. of 
rom. liiMr. rkxtx ; fmrmh of. Uii ; Arf in, 
CXlH, «XXIX, rxxxv, rrxi ; umHj pf th* 
■mBor ol, crxu ; HnkrrUirh, Uii 
BirkWinh, eom. IV«. xxxm, lix 
Binht, rom. lunr. rxx». rlixx«tu 
Bigrod, ll«f(or, li, rxxi. rltxtx 
BilhofuoKh, rum. >t'tu. Ut 
Blllm<iio, rom. I.<r*r. rxxxiii 
BiUm(fhofo«Kh, rum. l^or. rrxtti. rrxiv 

K#nt, xl 


Bioffham, Rtrhora 0«, Ju<lffr oT thr Kia«*« 

Hrorh, cr«i, cr« ti 
Hirrhiiiiaor. HirrWmofo, cxxxtx ; rh. ol Ht, 

Matj, *K 
Biriinff, IWrfvnt, Bortjr«ir*^ com. Huok U»x*ii. 

zr%. m, rxxii, rxxxti, rxl, clui. rln. rUtxi. 

rlxxx«i, cwr, rxci, cxctx, cr, rrx, tnr»ii ; (U|t, 

un tlir rt«*t. ort 
Birlinichom, Nurth, com. Norf. «ill. x< t« ; rh ut 

Ht. l*Hcr, xrt, arii 
B«rth«irpo, cexi, ccxti 
BMh«*|iCharpr, com. Khor. xr« 

- Juha dr, «or hmt i ir , rxxi 
Btmirnirmt, mm. Stt«L Uxxit 
Blok, Juhn, rUxii ; Stcfihro Ir, Uaat 
Blokc, John, cr% 

Bloiichrlamlr, oMicy o|, N«wm*n>l«. xn 
Bl«ilk>o. BicdcUoro. rum. IWk», Uxx«u. r»««i. 

cxxxix ; rhurrh ol tho llul« Tnnit«. rttxi 
BI«<ArlU. huod. ot, moi. N«*rf. xrt. xn*. 1 1:.. 

rlxxtv : I>< inrj ol. %h. 
Bk^iic«ill« WtlUnm dc, rxxix 
Biomvtll. Joha 4o, Ixxxt 
lUcmnt, Hir Juho. K.ll. ri^tt , fkr "^ . kt. 

rUit«i ; Thomm, mi|. crxiu 
Blan.1. Wdtrr Ir, ShtnM «f LM».lott. Ut« 
Hlun«tll, Th««am tir. tui 
Blfthhurvh. r«m. AoC xxittii 
ltl«thr, Tbtimo^ of Bl^tlM, owhoMor, ctt«tu 
IhrUntl. AUn «Ir. Iiv 
lkorluci«l, Bim > r 4o, Uxttn 
HoiintipMi, IIMU7, roi|. nrt«i 
Bod^roCo. Juho, crxia 
BulfV, lluich. Itu 

IV.«ch«rrp. WilliMa tr. KianV Wmjmal. xUi 
Bohoa, Fmoris Froar«t 4o« xx, xti. xtai ; 
HthilU, hM «tlr, »A. Joha 4o« Ihrtr ma, xx . 
J«ihn «Ir, hM tuo, «i. ; II 1 
Boibtk, Mtr ClUhoft <lc, Uix 
Boiloa Pcnr7, com. Khor. crsl. 



Bolyngbroke, John de, escheator, xcriii 

Bonyiiie, Lord, Wiliiam, ccxii 

Boroi, Serlo de, liv 

Bordeaax, cliii 

Borenaa, Wiiliam, cxxx 

Bor&re, Thomas de, Ixxxiv, cxxxii ; Robert de, ib, 

Borley, com. EaMX, xvii 

Boroagh-bridge, battle of, cix 

Boemere, Bosburgha, hund. of, com. Hants, 

Boaoun, Wtlliam, eecheator, cxxxix 
Boeton, oom. Linc. Ixii ; haven of, cxxix 
Boeworth, battle of, ccxxxii 

Boteler, Sir Andrew, kt. eecheator, clvi, clviii, 
clxxvi, clxxviii, clxxxviii ; Katharine, hia wife, 
clvi, clxxviii, clxxxviii ; Lady Joan, their 
daughter, clxxxviii ; Sir Ralph, dvii 

Bothe, William, escheator, cxxxiv 

BottynghuU, Botingelle, hund. of, com. Buaa, 

Boulge, com. Suff. clxxxv. 

BoulQgne, honour of , cxiii 

EuBtace comte of, cxiii 

Boulton, Boletune, Boleton, com. Derb. cxxxiv 

Boun, John de, xlvi, xlvii 

Bowett, Thomas, ccv 

Box, com. Hants, cxl 

Brabant, ooast of, ccxxv 

Bracebrigg, Bracebridge, com. Linc. cxxxv 

— — Sir Ralph de, kt. cxxix, cxxxv 

Brachecurt, G^&ey de, cciv. See Eklenham 

Bracy, Nicholas, ocxxx 

Bradeston, oom. Norf. xcix 

Bradley, hund. of, com. Linc. Ivi 

Bradwell, com. Easex, Ixxxiv, cii, cxxx, cxxxii, 
cliii ; ch. of St. Thomas the Apostle, Ixxxiv, 
xcix, cii, cxxx, cxxxii 

Bramber, rape of, com. Sum. iv, xliv, xlvi 

Bramham Moor, battle of, cxlv 

Brampton, Peter de, clxxix ; Nicolas, cxxxv 

CAMD. 80C. 

Brancester, John de, iv 

Brancewell, Branswell, BranieweUe, com. Linc. 

xcu, cxvii, cxxiu, cxxvi, cxcvi 
Brand, Ralph, iu 

Brandeston, Braniton, com. Suif. clxviii 
Brandon, Brandune, com. Linc. cxxviU, oxxix, 

Brattelby, Brotulbi, Broceleeby, oom. Linc.cxxvii 
Bray, Master Henry de, eecheator, Ixxi, Ixxxiv 
Braybrok, Henry de, Ivu, IviU 
Breaston, Braidestune, oom. Derb. xcix 
Breaut^, Normandy, U 
Falcasius de, U, xxxvi, liU, liv, Iv, Ivi, 

lvii,IviU, Ux, Ix, IxviU, cx ; Margaret de Reviers, 

his wife, U, xxxvi, liU, liv, Iv, Ivii, lix, Ix, IxviU, 

Ixix, cx ; Sir Thomas de, IxviU 
Brentwood, com. Eas. cxxxiU 
Bret, Amaneuus de la, xciU 
Brewes, Robert de, IxU ; Sir Robert, clxxxviU ; 

EUa, his wife, ib. 
Brewsham, com. Suff. clxix 
Brewton, priory of, com. Som. xxx 
Bridgenorth, com. Salop, coxxx 
Briggeford, John de, cxxvi 
BrinkhiU, Brincle, Brynkel, com. Linc cxxzv ; 

ch. of St. PhiUp, xcix, cxxx. 
Briouze, Braoaa, William de, vU, xvii, xxiii, xlv, 

xlvi, xlix ; Eva, his wife, xviU, xix ; his dangh* 

ten, xxiii 
Bristol, viU, Iv 
Brittain, Margaret, ccv 
Brittany, John of, junior, xciU 
Briwerre, William, vii, ix, xii, xUi, xv, xxix, xxx, 

liv ; Alice, his daughter, xxx 
Brixton, Bryxiston, hund. of, com. Surr. xxxix, 

Ixxviii, cx. 
Broadwater, hund. of, com. Herts, v, cxvi 
Brocas, Amold, escheator, clxxxiii 
Brok, Nigel de, Ixxiv 
Broke, John, eacheator, cxxv 




Bnikcvliv. B*ftb<4««iM« . mt^ env 

BnNnrfv». Brucumarv, p>nitrj ol, cum. IUmU, 

tttiii ; pn«>r nl. rt 
BrtM>k, Juhn, mrbmU»r. riii«t 
BruttKbUia, rum. Bu«k«, rttum 
BnHiK^liiii, Sir Tti*mtA«, miv 
Bftatow. hund. (if. r><*m. NiiiU. Itv ; «lU, »A, 
Bnivr, WUluni. rt^iiii 
Bnirm, mUkH>y «>f. n>ia. Oif. criiit 
Bnin, WaJtrr. nturn anil ■lirnff uf Lo tKKm , 

llit ; lUihrMa, bM «ifr. »A. 
Bnindiftb, cuin. Suff. cli«i ; mM»ur ctllmi Li» 

F«fnr, cli«iti. cliiiu, Hiisiii, mi. cci ; cb. 

uf Hc An«lrr«, «'li«i ; biKb all*r. rliii 
BnMjmnl, nuunrri «if, cum. Suff. rti^i 
BorliAn, BtiKt^". <***«i>;n 1*^ uf, in HcuUaimI, 

criii ; amift. <*ri&ii 
BvcbjtfU, llrnnt. ii 
Biick«cibMn rMtlr, r««m. Nurf. m« 
BockinKbMu. I^ulif ««f. Ilum|ibrr; SuHunl, cni, 

rrts, ccsn, tx*i« ; Aunr, bM «tfr, crii, cesii ; 

Jona, ibrir iUui;btrr. «'rii «f j*y. 
BttrkbuMl. roui lUr\. iiiiii, tii 
Bttc^nt», tti-t^tfn-t. i& 
llok^nKb*m, 11« uri. ««rbr«t«ir, riiii 
BoltMrk. ViM^tunt. J«4in «lr Vrrr, crssiti 
Bub'b«mp, rviii. .Nuff. (Isiii 
Bulrulr, WiUiam. rlrrk. riii«i 
BiiJlinKt^ia. IWtlinilrnr, hun«l. «>f, rum. Oif. shs, 

ls«il, cii, ri 
Bolm#r, KaJiJi ilr. Uirnff uf Y«irk«binp, rii 
BonfnVi Buti«;r«r, nim. Suff. riti«, rl« 
Burt^arb, bun<l. iif. «^ioi. Sum. i«. iln. ihi, icv 
Bono, cum. Suff. iliii , Tanj. liiiii. lftii«i, 

IftiivtU, ftii*. ftr«i ; (h. of St. Marj, ilui, 
Burvm, Julm i|i . Itftiii 
Borvfo, W»lur 4«*. ilu 
Boricb. Ilu)<rn «Ir. Ju^k vkfj Mnl CbftmbvrUio, 

B«. sl, Is, ltsi«i. rsssui , Jooa, bi» llm ml». 

1« ; B««tns. ba» w cooi l «tf», Isssvi, csstin. 
•rr Krut ; J«ihn «Ir, ba» «oo. rsttiii 
Burxb. Juhn dr, rt<l««c «oo ol lUWil. V^ 
u# l Urr. r ; Uisnlitftb, bl» «tfr, ftA. •! i»^ . 
uf, riii 


,rUsS' II, rr«i. rrt , 

CirulFrrv «Ir, «tii 
Burti^K. RuK^rr dr, cisis 
Bumrll, KuImti. shi 
BumbAm, BrKrbMo, cooi. florr. la. sui 
Bunrtoirk, cu«i. Kbor. Uss«tu, Sc. k u. imi 
BorUMt Jofc*. Bjrtoo Jofr». «om. XoCU. rttiit 
Burtuo opuo-Trvot, obbul ol, Nift^* U h 
BumrlbAll. cum. Sta#. criivui, crsss 
BuftH^. lluKb «1«, cciv 

BuUrr. Htr lUl|4i. kt. cruts ; Alie», b» »t«r. .«. 
Bjthftm, fl^im. Lutr. ctt 


Coro. Caior. Abhrj oi tbr l|«J« Tnortj of. rm. 

rt«ii ; Abhrm oi, Cfti 
(«tjUft, rtf . rtftftftui 
('«l«ftd«u, I»rfi. ao. Sarm^. al 
(*«mhrvlK*, rtftftftttl 

C*omrnnKh*m, altro priurt, com. I«inr. ftri 
('aum»}*. iiftJ|ih «Ir. ftcv 
('am|»rrm«, Sim«jo <lr, ft«u 
('om«illr. IjuuiU uf. ftcl ; Clrfonl 4«, rft««u . 

Nirb«ilut. b» «ifr. tk. ; laoMO «Ir. •'. 
('ftnninKtuo. Ilond. oi, aam. Nooi. I. Ifti« . «tlL I. 

Uif ; ouonrrj ulfk. Mani, I 
( 'Antrl«i|ir. o iiwu»wr in Tmlry. tvm. Hobiy. <viai 
('AntrHiury, Arrhl»Mbufo (ut, tftftftiu, ri. rltto ; 

l.Anfrmiir. cftfti ; Katpb, tii ; Tboaboia, ll« ; 

Juhn, rftui, llirAr* (lurbr|ry.rtiftui.rlftft«iii; 

Juhn, Chftorrllur. rsru ; TbomM, mft.€vai«. 

('Ar\linAJ. »'. rrftT 

Afrh.l«mM ul, lUfWrt, «i ; MMMf 

Rulf n dm StroilM. TTiftorrilor. rmMl 




CantUupe, WiUuun de, xxiii 
Cantley, Cantele, Cantelai, com. Norf. Ixxxri, 
ixxxTii, xciy xciT, cxv, cxxyi, cxli, dxiii, 
dxxrii, clxxviii, dxxxiii, clxxxir, dxxxr, 
cxciii, cd, cdi ; ch. of St Bfaigaret, cxli, 
cxlii, cIxxxT, ocxv 
Cardinal of England, Henry Beaufort, dviii 
Cardinania, Robert de, Ivi 
Cariiampton, hand. of, com. Som. liv 
Carfaow, nannerj, dviii, clxviii 
Carleon, Karlian, com. Monm. xix, xxvii, xxviii 
Carleton, Carentane, com. Notta. xcv, cxxxiv, ccxi 
Carleton in Keiteven, Carlton-Scroop, div 
Carleton, Wiliiam de, cxxix 
Carlford, hand. of, com. Saif. cxii, cxiv 
Carlisle, Biahop of, Marmadake, treasarer, cxdi 
Carlton-in-Balne, com. Ebor. ccxxvi, ccxxxiv 
Carrew, Nicholas de, xx, cxl ; John, hiB Bon, xx ; 

Alianora, hia wife, ib. 
CastUe, St. Ferdinand III. King oi; and Leon, 
ccxxii ; Berengaela, Qaeen of, hia mother, tb,; 
arms of, ciii, cczxii 
Caston, Sir Robert de, kt. xci ; fiunily of^ xcii 
Castor, Castre, Caistor-Bardolph, com. Norf. 
Ixxxvi, Ixxxvii, xciv, cxii, dxv, clxxvi, 
dxxviii, clxxxi, cxciii, cxciv, cci, ccii, ocix ; 
ch. of St. Trinity, clxxxv ; ch. of St. Edmand, 
Caveriiam, Simon de, xcii 
Caux, fief of, cxxi ; Robert de, Chal^, Cal^, 

IxxxviL xcix, cxxiv ; his wiie, xcix 
Cawdon and Cadworth, hund. of, com. Wilta, Iziv 
Caythorpe, Carltorp, Calthorp, Cauthorpe, com. 
Linc. ciii, civ, cvi, cvii, cxvii, cxxii, cxxiii, 
cxxvi, cxxviii, cxxix, cxxxiv, cxxxv, diii, 
div, dxiii, clxxx, clxxxi, cxd, cxcvi, oci, 
cdi, ccix ; ch. of St. Yincent, cxxix 
Cdlerer, William the, li 
Chaceport, Peter, xxii 

Chamberlaia, Robert Uie, iu ; Willlam Uie, v 
Chambure, John, eMheator, cczxviii 
Champfleury, Martin de, xzziii 
Chapel, Robert of the, zl 
Chatham, oo. Kent, cziv 
Charit^-ear>Loire, Abbey of La, Franoe, vi 
Charles, Sir Thomaa, kt. dzzziz ; Elizabeth, his 

wife, dzzzviii, dzzziz 
Chartlej Caatle, com. Staff. zzi 
Chatwall, oom. Salop, oczzz 
Chaucer, Thomaa, ew|. dvi 
Chaumpvent, Peter de, zlii, zliii 
Cheleeton, Thomas de, czzziv 
ChelMu, William de, Izzzv 
Chdveston, Chelwaiton, oom. North*. cozzzii 
Cheney, Bartholomew de, iv, v, vi, z, zii, zv, 

zvi, zlv ; Iflabella, hit daaghter, iv, vi, vii 
Chertsey, com. Surr. Ivi 
Cheshunt, com. Herts, Izzzv 
Chester, Abbey of St. Werbai^h at, zi, zii 
^— ^^ Biflhop of, Hugli, iii 
Earls of, Hugh, czzi ; Rannalph, zi, 

Ivi ; Thomaa, czzvi, czzvii 
■ Constable of, John de Lacy, zviii 
Justice of, dzziz 

Chetton, com. Salop, cczzz 

Cheyne, William de, cziz 

Chichester, city of^ zzzvii, zlviii ; diooese of, 

»— — Bishops of, zlv, ilvii ; Stigand, czzi ; 

Ralph, zi ; chanceUor of, zzzv ; dean of, %b,; 

Robert de Purie, canon of, «&. 
ChUd, Aylwin, vi 

Church Langton ; tee Kirk Langton 
Christchurch, in Twynham, com. Hants, Tiii^ 

zzziu, zzziv, zzzvi, zli, Iv, Izzviu, Izziz, ox 

Prior of, Izzziu, cz 

Cirencester, Cireoester, hund. of, com. GIoqc. 

czzi, clviu 



CUckckM» ClakrloM, hmnd, mmI 1^01 pT, 

Norf. Uii«t, idv, cxJi 
CUr», flunilv oC, cxiv ; mnm oi^ eiii 
CWv, La<1j of, l-Uitmbeth <U B«itkIi« B«mf|r, elii, 

eiv, cir, cvi, cii, citi, ciiii, cxiv 
CUrtoeti, Dukw ol, LioMl, cxvii, dxvi ; Q«orf», 

ClArMftckNi, rom. Wili», xxi, cirtii 

Clantto, CUrKU, Clarv, coai. Km. cxiii, cxiv 

CUvyll, WilliAm, «•ckeAlor, cxivi 

CUj, Joliii de, rlark, cxxvi 

CUypoU, Claipol, com. Linc. cxxvi, cxxix, rxii. 


Om 8i. MArKsrK, com. tUlop, ecxxx 
ClmtoUirt, com. flbor. cxliii 
CUm«it TI^ Popr, bM baU, cxvii 
Clon^ BAlpk de, vii, xiv, xv ; MaryArM, 


CUr», Edward, mrbcBlor, rrxi 
CUy, JokB, rUTk, rxxxix, cxcv 
CUyaKNftd, TbomM, coq. cctv, rrv, rrxi 
Cliflbt4, OyfKird, LonU, Rof(«r, riiti ; TbomM, 

rltii, cUt ; Jobn. rliii, rliv ; John, kt. LoH, 

*i-»— Hir WilliAm, kt. ritiv. H jvy.; Ann*. b» 

vilii, i^. rf Mv* ' ^^<*f(^ ('^t ^^* t TbomM, 
Clift— , 84r Jobn, kt. rUtti 

Notu, inv, rxixvi 
Httff. riw, r*. ri, rii, rxtf, rit ; 
of KmKfnUUI in, rxl, cUv, dxxt. cixxxt, 
cUxxMi, rir», m. rrti, t^i^ 
— Sir Willi*m. kt. rNiii 
Clnn^r, orior of. vt. 
a^no, WiUUra 4r, tixix 
CVmlm, oom. Linr. Iti 
Cobkim, Air R^^nnld, kt. rliii, rxnii, rirTi, 

op t Ann», b» «iil», rixii, *i m^. 
(Wkloj, com. Noff. n 

(Wktborp, rom. Oxf. erxxU ; rUipH «f 

Mnry, iL 
C*odnor, eom. lUrh. cxxxiv, cxJv, cUxxi 
Vndhm, Hmu7 L», Ixxv 
Coibj, com. .Norf. rU 

Hcnry do, rlixU ; »4r Jobn d#, kt. •*. 

(*«U. John. ri 

(V4««ann, WiUinm, viU ; Jobn, cxxU 
Coilywm io n, eom. Nortk*. eciv 
(*olnr, Priorj of. eom. Em. crxxiU 


«n. •» 

xai, cxxvU 

I, PkUtp 4«. Uvi ) nuUp, kb 
eom. Dov. xxxiU 
C^iJtjU, Sir Jokn. of iko DnU, kt. cxlUi 
Colwick, CoHUn, com. Nolto. we% 
Coljninmgb, eom. Nortli*. exxxi 
Coljion, eom. Dev. Ux 
C4Nnbo B&MC. com. Wil^ Uiv 
Comjn, WiUiom, rxl 

(*onin|p»bj, com. Unc. cxUx, el, cU 

(VNinnuickt, Irdnnd. exxx^ 

CiinitolU, Air Bobort* kt. cU ; AUco, b» 

«A., ctfti 
(*ook, Kirlinrd, UxiU ; WJmin, Uxxi«, cxxxn ; 

Jobn L#, rxxiii ; Jolui, of Wjckknm, rxvt ; 

RoKvr, rxixir 
Corlr, rom. lUrvL Uv 
Combnrj. com. (Uf. U 
CombiU, Hcnrj ^c^ U, N, UiU, Uvis Alien, k» 

wiU, li, Ini, Uiti, UviU ; Jonn, Hm 

U t «« Nc^Ul. Bnlplftde,kUkiolliw,i%, 

R#ftnnld do, k» btotlftor. iv. tii, vtU, xl 
Comwmll, KnrU of. Bicknrd. xziU, «tx ; Bd 

mnnd. r«ii. rx ; Jokn of Bllhomi, csl 
C«minictaA. rk. of AU lUlnli «f, eam, 
rolao, Jokn dr. mrkmtiir, «SXvl 

Cotilow, knn«t of, r«m. BndU. x«t. Uxi 




Cotany WilUun, etcheator, oci 

Coventiy, oom. Warw. ccii 

CoTert, Walter ie, Ixii 

CoolibcBufy cftnton of, Nonnandy, zl 

Courcy-enr-DiTe, Normandy, zl, 1 ; CMtle of, li 

— Richard de, 1 ; Robert de, xl ; William 
de, the king^ tteward, xlix, 1, li, lii ; Enmia, 
his wife, xlix ; William de, hit wn, Ixix, 1, 
lii; Robert de, hit brother, 1, lii, Ivi, IxiT; 
Avicia, his wife, Iv; William de, their son, 
the king^ steward, lii, Ixiii, Ixiv ; William de, 
hu 8on, lii, Ivi, Ixiii ; Gondreda, his wife, lii, 
liii, Ixiii; William, their son, lii, Ivi; Alioe, 
their daughter ; ne Comhill and Fitxgerold 

Courtenay, Robert de, Ix ; John de, Ixi 

Coutanoes, dioceie ot^ Normandy, xci 

— — ^ Geoffirey, Biahop of, cxxi 

Cowthorpe, Cothorp, com. Ebor. ccxzxiv 

Cranbome, Cranebum, com. Don. viii, cv, cvi, 

Craucombe, Godfrey de, xl 

Crawley, com. Suaa. cxxxii 

Creake, Crek, oom. Norf. czzxii 

Creetingham, Cretingham, com« Sufll dzvi, 
clxviii, clxxzii, clxxxiii, cc, ociz, ocz ; ch. of 
St. Andrew, clzvi 

Cretiy, Sir John de, kt cxxix 

Cretyng, Creeting, alien priory of^ com. Sufll dz 

Creveqner, Creuker, Robert de, cziv ; his wife, 
tfr.y Hamon de, cziii, cziv ; Maud de Avran- 
chee, his wife, ib, ; Robert de, their grandaon, 

Cricklade, CrickehMle, hnnd. of, oom. Wilta, Iz ; 
vill. of, ib, 

Cringleford, com. Norf. czcii 

Croflton, John, cczziz 

Croft, John de, czz 

Crofton, com. Bucks, zvi, Izzi, Izzzi, Izzzii, 

Crofkoii, oom. Salop, cezzz 
Crokker, Sir John, kt ocxv 
Cromwell, Lords — Ralph, oxziii,ezzz,oxzzii, d, 

olii ; Maud, hli wife, cxxiii, cxxxii ; Avida, 

their daugfater, cxxiii, et $eq.; Ralpb, Lord 

Treararer, dviii, cbdz, dxzzi, ezovi ; Mar- 

garet, hit wife, dxxzviii, clzzziz 
Crowhurrt, oom. Surr. Izziv, Izzz 
Crowland, Abbot of, John Utlingtoii, odv, oev, 

ocvi ; Thomat, menial tervant of the, oovi. 
Croydon, com. Surr. Izzz, zovili, d, ozzi, ezzv, 

Croydon, Henry, ezzzii 
Cuckfidd, ptrk of, oom. Suii. zlviii 
Culewenne, Thomat de, oii ; Johanna, hlt wilb, ib, 
Culham, com. Ozf. 1 
CurK>n, Cunon, John, eteheator, dzzz,eIzzzTi ; 

Thomat, czcvi 
Curwyn, Henry, ccvi 
Cyrencet, Thomat de, liz 


Dabemun, John, theriff of Snitez, di 

Dacre, Lord, of the South, Tbomiiy elzziz; 

Elizabeth Bowet, hit wifs, A. 
Dale, abbot of, czzziv, clzzzri 
Damory, Dammoiy, I/ird, RogeTy e, diy dT, eT, 

cvi, cvii, cviii, dz, ezi, eziiy ezlil, elzzzvH ; 

Elizabeth, his wife, c ; $m Clare. Ntefaolat, 

czvii ; armt ol^ eiii 
D'Arey, John, le Neven, iteward of tlie Klag^ 

houtehold, cziii 
Dartmouth, oom. Dev. ziii 
Datchworth, com. Herts, ezov 
Daubridgeoonrt, Sir John, kt. ezzzlT 
Dauket, Thomaa, etoheator, oeziii 
Daundetey, Sir Walter, kt. czvi, BiMbith, hlt 

wife, t&. 



-^— BatU of— WUlkn d« Vtrrrr^ ui ; 
A ip i i , kb wtfp. tV<. ; WilliAin. thmr •oo. ivil, 
ivUi, lis, si, xst, siii. ssiii ; HibtlU, hb 
im wUbt, B%ti, svtti, sis. ss ; Mmripwft, bit 
■tc iM ii ! «if», ivii. s^iti ; RohMt, hmr •oo, svii ; 
WUUmb, bMi broCiMr, svti, sttit ; «Uoitbuwv 
hj kb im «tfr, STit. «€ «7. ; llrary 4« l^ui- 
«Mlir, eEiit. rsssiv. cssiv. Stt F«rrrf« 

DwVy, Joliii, rli 

DvHiAm, aMKiC of. rsisv 
riiiwnM, clss^i, clssii 

Di«l«7, AbboC of. csistv, clsssvi 

DivpMMr, lluitb I^, cis 

DvriM», OMn. Wilu. Iss 

D«tw, KMii of -WilliMn dt Vcnioa, li. viit. U. 
Uii, Ujl i J.«iiiiA, bM a*«Kbuv, U : IWklvia, 
kb niMnlaijii. sssu, sssvt. Ittt. ci : A»ici*, 
kb vifc, sssu. sss«i ; IWMwtn, Ui«r mm. 

IMmwI^ c«m. .Suff.. cb. of AU HiiiBl^ aisiili, ; 

UvlMMhMB, coo. Haff. svU I 

UiAMMit, LonU- Jobn, clsiili ; WilliMM,a. 

I>HUbcd, «OM. IWHtt, ccisnti 

Dlgy, DM IM1 7 , bttiii!. of, cuoi. Km. Isssiv. cii, , 

DMuUagtoo, com. Auff. elti, cIt, clsTi, clsviU. 
dsst elsiu, clsssi, clsssiii, elsssvii, csc, 
eeis, ees ; cb. of Mc Mmrj, clis, elsvi, dstii. 
clsiSt ^%, clssi, elssiti, clsssU, clssiTHi, 
oUuuis ; biKb aiur, clss ; cbApel of Hc 
Mm7, elsvt ; cbapel mi«! aiur of Ht. Mjur- 
l|M«C, elis, elsti, clss, clssiU, dszxviU ; 
PlMllppM chMmUTie M mibc, clis, dsvU ; 
eMBeCecy, clssl ; manor of Brmkle, clsssii, 
ellflHi ; llicltppM niMMir, »A. pork of, clsis 

DMiyB||CMi, Ricbani. ccvU 

DMiTi, Jm«Ii, cliti 

Diffbjr, esis, cssviii, csssiv, eslUi, clszsvi, esd, 

siiii, twti^, ti Mf. ; iBchelk tA MarirMvt, 
b» iB C i C i, sssU. /bv AoBMli. MmkmM 4i 
Havoy. bii vtAi, sssi, H m^. ; JohB. cIm^ taB. 
sssui ; TboiBii C W ftiBBy. exrU, crstt 

Ihf(l»y. Diebi, OMB. Ubb. se, csni, cssvt. csrvi, 

DHMforl, JohB« eusiil 

InsiU. Jlm 

IsuiM ; fmtk of. sImu. 

LiBT. CS«l, 


DoddiB^oB, Dry, 

essTi, esss, eszxv, elUi 
UnBmMir, eocB. Kbor. eis 
iVmBiBHlOB, eoBc Liip. ccs, eesU 

IktrriBfftoc^ DiriBfilM^ 

essvi, csrvi. 
Dovir, i, cMlli oi: Ui 
UiBPiii, JohB, f ic to r of Ourtloy. eslU, clsssv 

Norf. sriv. dsssis 
DrH(BB, Wolccr, sJti 
Drmpir. RichBrd, ecsxtiii 
Dms, cMB. Kbor. I«i 
** DmjBB, doBUBB d*,** esss 
Drmir h oBM BMBor, eam. Rhor. crssviU 
I>nBBe, I>rp. of Lb, rmBCii, ssiH 
IICBrj, llnuy. MdMBMr, eUsvi, dsss 
Ihibltn, rtcy oi, IriliBl, erssv 
I>BckltB|(CoB, eom. Osl erxsU ; eh. of Hc. IWr. 


I>ii|(iUle, hii crTMB. stU, IvUi. rsv 

I^BBbnr, Hir Ooeriio, kc dstii 

I^BBihj, D cwB Mhi, I ^ BMh y . CBm. Ii»r. rssn« 

DBBMnpU, nom. Bidf. hU. Issstii. sr 

OloBr. rssi 
ol. BnBBBlfii, ii, A Bll MBf. 'i 




EMtboume, oom. Sius. Uzxvii 

East Dean-cum-Friston, com. Soh. od 

East ETening, SteToninge, com. Linc. czxix 

Eaat Flegg, Estfleg, hund. of, Norf. z, zdv, 

czli, clzzzv 
Edburton, Adburton, Edbourghton, Berchinges, 
fierts, com. Subs. iv, zliv, zlv, zlvi, zlviii, 
zliz, zcv, zcvi ; ch. of St Andrew, zliv 
Ede, William, dzzviii 
Edenham, com. Linc. cciv, ccv, covi, ccz, ocziii, 

ccziv ; ch. of St. MichMl, coiv 
Edmonton, Edolmetona, Eddmeton, com. Midd. 
zii, ziii, Izzi, czzzi, cczi ; Wilbyes, or Wil- 
loughbyee manor, cczi, cczii, oczziv 
Edward, King, the Confeasor, v, Izz, zciz, czzi 
Edward I. King of England, i, zziz, zciv, c, cz 
Edward II. King of England, c, cvii, cviii, cx, 

Edward III. King of England, c, ci,civ,cvii, cz, 

czi, cziz, dvi 
Edward IV. King of England, pasntn ; Eliza- 
beth, his queen, ccziii ; Elizabeth, his sister, 
Edward, the Black Prince, czziz 
Edward, Prince, son of Henry VI. King of Eng- 

land, cczv 
Egginton, Eghintune, Eckinton, com. Derb. 

Egremont, Lord, Thomas, ccii 
Elecombe, Elcomb, com. Wilts, cczziz 
Elingham, John, King^s seijeant-at-arms, czzzvi 
Ellenhall, com. StafT. dzzziz 
Ellesmere, Edward, cscheator, cci 
Elloe, Hellow, com. Linc. ccxiii 
Elme, Enhale, com. Camb. czzzii 
Elmham, South, com. Suff. czzzv 
Elsham, Eleham, EUisham, com. Linc. Izzzvii, 
zciz, czziz, czzz, czzzv 

Elsing, oom. Norf. clszvii 
Eltham, com. Kent, czzzviii 
Elton-in-le-Peke, com. Derb. czzziv 
Elvaston, ^lwoldestune, Alwaston, AylwMton, 

Eylvaston, with its soke and members, com. 

Derb. zcv, zciz, czzvii, czzziv, dzzzvi, 

EUveyn, Ireland, zv 

Ely, Isle of, czzzii, arohdesoonry Mid diooese of^ 

Ely, Bishops of— Simon, cziii ; Philip, dvU 

EUjas, Master, viii 

Emsworth, Emlesworth, Emcbwoith, oom. 
Hants, zl, Uzii, Izzzi, Izzzii, izzzviii, Izzziz, 
zcii, zciv, zcv 

Epworth, Eppeworth, com. Linc. cziv 

Ermener, John le, Izzviii 

Emesby, Amesby, com. Linc. oczii 

Erpingham, hund. of South, com. Nort cU, 
clzziz ; of North, clzziz 

Erpingham, Erpyngham, oom. Norf. dv, dviii, 
dzii, clzviii, clzzvii, dzzviii, dzziZy *»!«»'», 
clzxzviii, czc, ccx, ccxiv ; manor of Qerbefg e e , 
in, clviii, clxxvii, dxxix, cxo ; ch. of St. 
Mary, clviii, clxxvii, clxzix, dzzz, eze ; higfa 
altar of same, clzzi 

, Sir Robert, kt. dv, dzzvii, dzziz, 

clzzz ; Agnes, hb wife, dzzvii ; Sir John, kt. 
clzzvii, dzziz ; Sir Thomas, K.Q. dvi, dviii, 
cliz, clzi, clxii, dxix, clxxvtii, dxxix, dzzz» 
clzzzviii ; Joan, his fini wifie, dviii ; Joan, 
his seoond wife, ib. ; Juliana, their sistar, clv, 
clzzvii ; iamily otj ccz ; arms of, eliz 

Erringham, Eringeham, oom. Suas. zlvi 

Eskrick, com. Ebor. cii 

Essez, Earis of, William de MandevUle, tI ; 
Geoffrey Fitz Piers, justiciary of England, Tii, 
z, zii ; Heniy Bourchier, ocziv. Sm Here- 



Kmi« KitiinA, n»hm% d; Itui ; WiUiMi <l#, lii 

KUM ColWfi». llT 

, lUr NirholM de, kt. rliiti 
Bwmrd, HMir^. crv 
BvtdflS, KiwdttiM», roai. I«mr. ciitii 
Bv«rdc4i, •lim pnorf. rotn. Norf. rli 
BmiaglMm, AiUm dr, srvtii ; KUirrt do. riis ; 

BigiMM a«, rsrti ; yAmwd dis lA. 
Kwmvo, JolUniM dr, rssii 
Bfliiw, bttttU 0i, sivi 
KviaglMi, oam. Ix^. svtti 
B«, CoMMMi oT. Aliro, sisiv 
BmM, cwb SttC rsssv 
Bvdoa Bmmrll. rom. flalop. rrsss 
BwoU, iimmrrj ol, com. Hurr. v 
Km, BolMft li«, sriv, scT 
BsrlwqMr, Boroos of tlM, iti, 1«, li, s, ssi ; 
uid (liAmhtfrUiM tif th», vii 
r, Biihut» of. (l«offK« Nr«tll, mi 
Drnkm of— Tb«iaiM IWiMifiirt, hmthrr of 

Klaf HMiry IV., rlui, rlv, rli, rlsss ; llrfirj 

Holteml, ersvi 
Bj», Hottoor of, nim. Huff. ert. 
Htpmf BlylMM, eom. B«df. rsssii 


Prior of. rlsiis 
rdbimw WUlwm dr, I; ii*%%, hi 
4«, thvir dAujthlrr, I. lu 
r, Bohofft the, sisiv. zniL^ 
FArl«7, FArttlnch, nm. .Hurr. Iiss 
I, cum. Hrrk*. rhi, rUvii 
Wdlr», rltii 
l, Nir Juho, rsliii 

rtflt. In ; 

KMkfl^mll, U SoU FMkmi. VMsholl. alia* 

H<i«th lAmhcth, sssm, sss«i, sssu, Usviu. 

Issis. cvii, cTiii, rs« csi, rsu 
KMkMhm», WUhuM do, Uu 
Fmmp. Ahhot oi; B««w. Ui 
Frll.ncK. Sir f Uoricv. kt. rsvi ; Hir Stmuo. kt. 

ch, rhtii, clssvi, cUui 
FrUtrod. oom. Kmrs, cssi 
Frntua, rum. Lim». cssis, rsxs 
FroT*, Jimm, cUsviu 
Frrto, Forry, Oajr do, rsu, esui, rsiv ; AhMmrnm, 

hio «ifl», csii, rsUi, rsiv 
Fonors K*rU ; mt Dmhj uwl Ummmm 
— ^ WiUmm do, swti, snu ; LorA. Hrvtr^. r . 

lml.rlU, h» «ilb, i^k 
Fvmrfmi, SiMnmmAj, Isssvi 
F«rrurm, Hormrrm 4r, Isssvi ; Hror; 

<lr, Ussvii, rssi ; Johft 4r, sru ; Umrj dr, 

FrrTw. Tbomm, crssviu 
FiUiiiKhMD, Filiaicvhom, Fnlimshim. Fjlj*^ . 

huB. rom. Linr. Ussvt, sr, sri, cxsiu, cssvt. 

cssvii ; rh. of Ht. Aadiow. sri 
FtorhuB, Fjurhom, FjmMmm, Ussvt, Uss«u, 

sriv, rsv. rssvt ( Fofm«oU mouor m. rtk. 

rlv, rUsvi, dssvui, clsss, dsmsia. rsr. rsrtv, 

crii, crsiv ; ch. of Ht. MAftm, srv. srts 
Finrhlr;, Fywrhmlo, omB. Mi44. rsssvi 
Fmoliurj. Ubofty o^ csssvi 
FMhrrK»tr, boud. o^ com. h^m. rsssiu 
Fiif AUa, Pftor, bi; R^r«r, H^jorof 

iv, ii 
Fitj .\Morvfto, WillMm, slv 

FlU-Alof, (*o«MlMlttM, V 

Fiif Avlom. oliof Kyloiu, imt mo7«r W 
II. lu. 1«, V. vt. «11, is, s, su, sm, sv, sjv, Uu, 
rliiivii. mssiv; Morvwoc, km «iK ••• . 
PHfr. bM rltUM ■oa, IV, V, vt, vu, sw i Im- 
tolU, bif vrifl», IV, vi; MmyvM m4 Ji 



their daughteiv, yi, et ieq.; Alan, his lecond 
■on, xii, zv ; Thomaa and Richard, his aons, 

• • 


Fiu-Bernard, Ralph, xvii; Johanna, his wife, 

ib,; ThonuM, Izzziv, czzzii; Alici», his wife, 

Fitz-Count, Heniy, liv 
Fitz-Eilred, Oodard, Izz 
Fitz-Elinant, John, iv 
FiU.Fulk, Riehard, lu 
Fitz-Oerold, Warine, king*fe chamberlain, ii, 

zzzvi, liii, liv, Iv, Ivi, Ivii, Iziii, Izviii ; Alice, 

hifl wifiB, ii, et teq,; Maigaret, his daughter, 

and heirets, ih. et teq. 
FiU-Herbert, Nicholas, escheator, oczzz 
Fitz-Hervey, Osbert, iii 
FiU-Hugh, Lords, Henry, czliii ; Heniy, 

' Gilbert, zliii ; Robert, ccv 

FiU-John, Michael, iv; Riohard, his aon, ib.; 

Ralph, czziz 
Fitz-Jordan, Jordan, iii 
Fitz-Payn, Robert, Izvii 
FiU-Peter, Akn, iv 
FiU-PhUip, John, zl 
FiU-Piere, Qeoffrey, iv ; eee Essez 
Fitz-Ralph, or Rauff, Ralph, iv; John Izzzv, 

FiU-Randolf, Sir John, kt. czlui 
FiU-Reiner, William, iii ; Henry, his brother, tb. 
Fitz-Reinfrey, Roger, iii 
Fitz-Roger, Robert, iii 
Fitz-Sperling, Jordan, iii 
FiU-Thomas, Thomas, mayor of London, zziv, 

zzv, zzvi ; William, czzvii 
Fitz-Turrtatu», William, viii 
FiU-Wace, Richard, Izzzvii 
FiU-Walter, Robert, Ivi 
FUmavill, William, escheator, cxzziii 

CAMD. 80C. 

Flanders, Comte o^ Thomas de Savoy, zzzii; 

Joan, his wife, ib, 
Flazwell, Lazewelle, wapentake, czziii ; hondred 

of^ zd, c, czziii 
Fletching, in Plumpton, com. Snasez, watermill 
at, zcvi ; oonrt of^ oalled Netherhowe, member 
of the manor of Plumpton, dzzzvi 
Folchamp, Geo£b<ey, czz 
Folking, Fochinges, in Edburton, conu Suas. 

zliv, zlv, zlviii 
Folkingham, com. Linc. Ixzii, clzzi, czcii, odii, 

ccvi, cczi, cczii ; castle of, czcii, ociii 
Foot^s Cray, Fortiscrea, com. Kent, czziv 
Font-evraud, abbey of, clvii 
Fordun, his Seoti-chronicon, czlv 
Fortescue, Sir John, chief justioe of the KingH 
Bench, kt. czcvi ; John, esq. sherifr of Com- 
wall, cczv, cczvi 
Fors, Forz, in Poitou, zzzvi 

William de, lord of Forz, and oomte of 

Aumale, zzziv ; »ee Vyvon 
Forster, WiUiam, cli 
Fossard, Nigel, ciz 
Fountains, abbey of, ozziii 
Foweler, Richard, cciz 
Fozlowe, oom. Derb. oczzz 
France, kings of^ St. Louis, zzziv ; Charles, vi, 

Francis, Sir Adam, kt. odv 
Fraunceys, John, oczzz 
Fraunkish, William, dii ; Maigaiet, his wife, 

Frecheville, Sir Ralph, kt. czzziv ; Peter,dzzzvi 
Freebridge, hund. of, com. Nort zdv, czlii 
Freeby, com. Ldc. odv 
Freshwater, Isle of Wight, zzziii, zzziv, Izzviii, 

Friame Damet, Saraeresbamot, com. Midd 




KrirvCon. Fri«ti-n. Fritmn. huii«l, i»f. r«»ii». Ij»*». 

rti i tijun)(*f. in ('a,%tlHiqt, ntn, rti%ii, rtlit, 

rttliv, rttit. rhu 
Kr^4bcl»t, WAht r «l**. r<«rhmt«»r, rtit 
FumrM. ccicn. Ijin«-. rrtt^ 
Fjwlirlilin», Rirluiril, r^j. i«rh««t(ir. ci-iii. rrn, 

FraiKrr. Julin. rtli ! 


O«tiifttioroiii;h. !lro(h«'r Witluun of. rx 

Gdtnra, fitrrM df, i tlm 

QMt, Uan>l. <t»unt. Ifmour of, rri¥ 

-^— («lllirrt «l»-, r*i%, o-t ; Koltrft »lr, l»i ; 

Alirr, hiB »tf»'. i' . «. I.tiio»ln 
•* (iar«lin4i." K !» r .1- . rkrk. rt 
C)ftr|vti«tllr. U illuMi tlr, rtttn; .Mhritlk». hu 

wifr. i/. ; Aln*'. tl.rir (Uui;{iti-r. Itttn. rtttii 
0»r«ra(«Jti, (fm>lf««{iiiiji^ (fir^nn. (ii>l«>«(rm. 

CtrriMliin. t>M«, «Utt* ; oh. uf St. !llArx»rrt, 

ctli, <-lttt« 
Ctartfvr, liu'i ! • f. |^»rtii **{ l.iixltrT. nini. lunr. 

(•mrwrll, T> •■•■ V» «•*!. <i»u 
C)«l»«l*urr. Sir K.< Itinl «U', kt Itttv 

(i»Uthl. (t« i.t' % » • I.i l<rM- «tltlt 

Cta^iMwfMril. *«.r U tliuni. kt. rtiu ; Jubn, «rnMir. 

(l«*i{li»ft* (th^IIinc* <t««l«-iiii|;. r«>ni. N«itt«. |r«, 
irtui, rtttn. •• t.ii . • h. «>f .%ll .S.AUita, m to 
• muirtt, t< it. « tK«iii, rttti*. rt«'i 

(irilj^f, (Ir»*'-. I{» \.Ar<\, «-«te| «l^iii. «-Itt^t 

(i rUrir*-. >^ . r.x\\ I. '« apI. 1.1« ••<n. i'. 

t I 


»f». «^ 

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(f«r«l. li, J. \\ ■liAln. !.;• •,.?!. .". 

(ttrtiuin*. « :< ;• r< r if. Ki<ltA.'I. tttit . #• C"om- 

(trrtnund. tttvHi 

(frm<>n, J«ihn. rlttl 

(trmun. WiUiam. ttt«tu. Itttt 

**()lfrrm«, MM^^rf, mv" 

«•tltirrt, TKtitn»», rli» 

(ftllr«ljin<l. rum. Cumh. rti 

<»t«rlb*nt. WtlliAm «Ir. ilt. ilii. tlftii 

<iU.l«inth«ir|i. c«im. Ij©r. ctt^» 

(»Um«irKmn. Str R«iKeft dr. ci 

<tUn«lf<ir^l hn<x, cam. Unc. ritit, rttt. rtttt. 

(tlrnbAm 1'M^*. mm. ^wtf. Htti, clit ; rh. ««f 

Ht. .\n4rrt», cltfi, clttl 
Cihftrr. Ri»hrft, Huiartwt b«v»M. cti 
(iltiumilrr, rritii 
■ iHikcB of. TlwicnM, ritltt; lium« 

|*hrTV, ifUArtliAn oi FagUn«l, rltit 
— ^— Fjw*« of, (iilltrrt «Ir CUr^. |tiu. tit ; 

lwil»*'tU, ht* titfr, ttiti. ttt. tttti . Ki* l4Ar«l. 
Itlti ; (itlt«ni. ilitt. r, J%mn of A-rif. Km 
wtlr, f'. .• (nlti^rt. c. rit 
Wftltrr «Ir, rH-lunftta.r. Itttttn, l' . 

(•«»iU. ('«runtPM, rixi 
(•«-l«fn<l, |«nr«i(. lii 
(••«l«r«ill«'. rant<«o uf Nonii*n«lt, ii 
(•«•«Irir, t, Ittl 

<i*i»Nin. I^Ufl. tU 

(•••ff« hin. M illtAm. cliiii 

(•^ri^fr^^vl. «trfk&r^l of WilliMi <lr Co«r>-t. It 

(i«iiiilr. (i.iilf. WtlluMn, t«q. clfii. rltt. rltli. 

rlttit. « litiu. clllti, clllli. rlititit ; J<«hn, 

« «ttti 
(•■■•In. h. <• <.lrn'-h. r^Ir. ntnk. llcrH. inu 
<i«NKl«tlfr . Will.JUn. |'nr*l. '■trtl 
(i««A«rtb. ^'Uth, (« «M-f <r«l. oi«o. N«)«th'. ctut, 

Mt» i N«»rtl., «' 
(iiwlitj. llu«:h. rl . WilIiAffl. rti 
(•«'uriMiy rn llrat. Nt.mkan-lt, rlti, bMMit «#, 

in KhkUu-I. Ittttii 




Goumay, Gerard de, oxvi; Edith,' his wife, ib.; 

Hugh de, czxxi; Hugh de, Izzxiv; JuliAna, 

hiB daughter and heiress, t6. 
Gout, Robort, cl 
Grandiflson, Lord, William, xcvii, xcviii , Sibilla, 

his wife, %b ; Agnes, their daughter, ib, 
Grandyn, Sir William, kt. Ixxiv 
Gravely, Robert de, Ixxiii 
Gray, Brian de, knight hospitaller, cxxvi; 

Leonard, cxxiii 
Groatham, Gretham, com. Hants, vii, xiv, xv, 

xlii, Ixxi, Ixxii, Ixxxi, Ixxxii, Ixxxviii, Ixxxix, 

xciv, cii ; ch. of St. John Baptist, Ixxii 
Gregori, Sampeon, Ixxxv 
Grendon, William de, xcv 
Grene, John, rector of the church of Plumpton, 

com. SuflB. cxxvi, cxxviii, cxxxix, cxcv 
Grey, Lords, of Codnor, John de, cxxxiv; 

Richard de, cxlv ; Henry de, clxxxi ; Kath- 

arine, his vrife, t^. 
— Lords, of Ruthyn, Reginald, clxxvii ; 

Edmund, ccii 
Grey, John, ccxv 

Grimstead, Grymstede, John de, clerk, cx 
Grimsthorpe, Grummesthorp, Grymesthorp, com. 

Linc. ccvi, ccx, ccxii, ccxiv 
Groby, com. Leic. xvii, xviii, ccxxiii 

I^ogcr, ccxxx 

Groos, Gros, Oliver, clxxxiii ; Thomas, ocix 
Grushill, Sir Robert, kt. clxxiii 
Guildford, com. Surr. ix, xxxviii ; castle, Ixi 
Guines, Comte de, Manasses, clxvii ; Emma, hb 

wife, ib. 
Gumey, £unily of, clxxxv 
Gunvyl, Edmund, cxxxii 
Gyliot, John, Mayor of York, eschcator, ccxi 


Hacche, Eustace de, xcii 

Hackney, com. Midd. cxxxvi 

Haddington, com. Linc. cxi 

Hadham, Little, com. Herts, cxlvi 

Haghmon, ahbot of, ccxxx 

Haia, Robert de, xci, cxxvii ; Richard dc, xci ; 

Nicholaa de, cxxvii 
Hale, Little or Weet, com. Linc. ociv, cczi ; 

Great, cciv 
Halesworth, com. Suff. cxcv, cci 
Halloughton, com. Leic. Ixxzviii, xcix, cii, oxix, 

cxxviii, cxxxiii, cxzxiv, cxlvii, oliv,' clxiv, 

clxxxi, clxxxvii, cxci, cci, ccii, ocxi, ccxiii ; 

ohapel of St. Michael, cxxxiv 
Hals-com-Brakeley, alias Hals and Brackley, 

oom. North". ccxxviii 
Hamme, Hugh de, xlvi 
Hamond, William, clxix 
Hamondbeck, Hambek, com. Linc. oxvii, czzvi, 

Hampton, John, clzzviii, cczzviii 
Hanselyn, Alselin, Haiselin, GeofErey, Izzzvii, 

zciz, czziii. cxxx ; his daughter and heirev, 

xcix ; Ralph, his ncphcw, xcix, oxxiii, cxxx ; 

Geoffrey, his son, Lxxxvii, xcix ; his wifo, o ; 

Ralph, their son, Ixxxvii, xci, oxlvii ; Ralph, 

his son, xci, c, cxlvii ; Rosa, grand-daughter 

and heiress, Ixxxvi, xci, c, cxlvii ; William, o 
Hanworth, com. Nort clxxix ; Belhouse ma- 

nor in, %b. 
Harcourt, William de, steward of William, Earl 

of Pembroke, ix ; Sir Richard, kt. clxxxix 
Hardingham, Hardyngham, com. Norf. dzxzv i 

manor dt Swathings in, xb» 
Hardwick, HerdM^ck, com. Norf. zciv 
Harengeye, com. Midd. czzzvi 
Harewood, com. Ebor. Ivii, Iz 



Ilftrm^r, Nomuuxlj. rU, clvii 
lUrlflrtoo, Kut|«* tlr. rxiiti ; Kof^ dr, »A. 
IUri«7, AUarultn <lr, f ch o liir , bu^i, Uxii, 

Isxxil, Ixsiiu 
Harokl. ll«r«il«lo«, xlv 
IUnlMm« W«t, rtim. Wilu, Ix, lx«U 
lUrthUl, HcrUiill, com. Kbor. cti 
HmOiUb, William. rrx 
HMtii^p Lonl, WUUmii, cexi, crxiii, ccxxxi ; 

KAllMriM. bit wtfc. r&ii 
Httfcti d«, cxxx^ : 8ir RAlph, ciUii ; 

llir K4wd, rlxivUi 
lUqp», Jobo, caq. ccxiii 
lUfwM cmUc, Waim, xix 
lUflutlwi, priory of, csx ti 
IUf«rli«U, Williiun dc. i« 
IUv«ria||-Ui«ll»eBoocr. com. Km. cxxxu 
IUvr»t U» MT. ol, N(«mAD«ljr, U 
HiliMfl, TbomM dc, liix 
lia|«» B»b«t. clerk. clxx^U 
HAiUvood* eom. Kbor. ciU 
HMrn^ NHtalM, ciiix 
U«rkimctMi. lirrhintutic, com. Liac. cxxlx, 

exjoiv, erxi, rrxii, c^iiv 
HoddiaflMm, llconioghMa, cMilc, com. KMrt, 

H<l—liy. eom. KlK*r. ciiiu 
IMpriagkMi, lidprrirhAm, riiiv, cxi. cixiir 
llMliagliWl, HrmrlTnKtuti, ram. Nurf. lri« 
Hwih, iUliMt, rlui 
Hiaift, Joka, MrlMatiir, ciUui, cli. rhu 

llr«aMm, CML Suff. rlliu 

HcttAold. «om. HoM. i)«i 

HraWy^apcNi-ThMiww, mtii 

Hvmry I. Kiaic of Knj(Un<l. It. Ui, rtii; Mathil 

dm, hii «tlr, hi; rnnrr WilliBm. th*ir w»n. »'-. 
llMif7 II. KinK «'f KnKlAn«l. r, nhu. m i 

lirarj III. Kini; *>! Kni;ljin<l. ^-•«/•*- . .%liBn«>ni. 

hm «ilr, iiiii 



Ht^rj IV. Klaff W IUkImhI, 
HMir7 V. Kia« oT KihC«m4, 
Hmo VI. Kiaic oT 

KMvt, hit «ili, ccti crxv 
Uwy VII. Kmg W rii^aii, 
Hrtir7 VIII. Kiiw o# KaclHMl 
** llrrbariai^ RnciaililtM,'' Isx 
H«r«C»rd, Bii4o|i oT, Jolm BlMibwy, crfii 
Karteol. HaiBpltta; d« Boliaa, xhi. 

xliU, livi ; llaaipltfoy. irii, aeH, cix 
llerpapo4«, eom. Alaff. rcufiii 
HrrUaff. Rart. nHa. Sferf. xtii 

Hcrtlnrd, xxsvii. Uxsix ; 

prtnrr of, xviii, lixxr ; 
Karltor; M 

9t, t. nr% ; 

Hrrmitr. \\ CUAv, riii 
Hertyng, Pelir, rlsTii 
Hr»raiaf{ham. roai. Saff. rlsxxis 

8ir Joba, kt. rixsvi, clxxii, 

rlxsiix ; RltmhoCk, bii wifi. dssxviii, cUiiii 

Hcfur, WUIiam 4a. xUs 

llrTdoa, Jolia, rUv, rlss«, elssii, rUxsviii, 


llfTftml, lUifaa, or WaHae, com. OsHk U« 

HcyUw. Ricbard dr, Isssv 
l|rjnoaia« Joba, ex 
lliichham, Thomaa. ecis 
HUi«liam, dmarry of, rom. KMf. dsssv 
Hinkfcird, haad. oT, eooa. Rmn, Isiai, rsiii 
HtMldMdoa, com. Hrrti. rs«U 
IIokrw««l«l, cnm. Nori sviU 
lloUod, Rohcrt dr. ccxixU 
IIoll>«rk. RirhAnl. rl 
llol«lm, Jiihn, du 
ll«4«l#n M —r. cMa. Khor. itUI, xrU 
llolieMr l|rl);«Mlr, com. Solup, rrxxs 
li«*lUnd, |«Mt* t»l. nmk. luac. Usi 
ll«ilm. aI»U4 «if. rliii 



Holt, castle, Walet, ocxxrii 

Holton, Eltonei Halghtone, com. Oit cvU, criii, 

ciz, cz, czvii, czlvii, clzzzvi, czci, czcvi, cci, 

ccii, ccz, ccziv 
HoIwyBcont, Thomas, clvli 
Homewood in Perching, com. Sqm. Izziii 
Honibere, oom. Som. Iziv 
Honiton, com. Dev. zzziii ; ch. of 8t Michael, 

Honyngton, Robert, cliii 
Hoo, hnnd. of, com. Kent, zii 
Allhallowi, Edeho, zii, Izzii, Izzzi, Izzzii, 

Ixzzviii ; manor of WindhUI, Izzii 
Hopebowler, Bowdler, oom. Salop, cczzz 
Homeby, George, ccvii 
HorBeford, com. Norf. clzziz 
Horsley, com. GIouc. czz, czzi 
Horspath, Nicholas, czzziz, czcv 
Hor^tead, Horstede, oom. Norf. dzzvu, clzzviii 
Hoveringham church, oom Notts. clzziii 
Houghton Regia, or King*8 Hoghtone, Houtone, 

com. Bedf. Izzzvi, Izzzvii, zc, czzziz 
Houghton, Houtton, com. Nort czzzii 
Howard, Sir John, kt. cliz ; Joan, his wife, clviii ; 

Elizabeth, hia daughter and heireM, cUz, 

cczzu ; arms of, cczziU 
Howlot, Sir Richard, chaplain, czcU 
Hozne, hund of, com. Snif. cliii, dv ; deanery 

of, dzvi 
Hudescote, Hokdeecote, com. Ldc. ccz, cczU 
Hudleeton, MUes, cczziz 
Hughflon, John, cliz ; Thomaa, d 
Hulcott, Hulcote, Huccote, Huckote, com. 

Buckft, Ixxxvii, cxxxi, cxxxv, cxxxix 
Uungerford, Lord, Walter, dviii, clxxxUi 
Hunte, Roger, clxix 

Huntingdon, cxxxvi ; archdeaconry of, v, cxcv 
Huntingfidd, Lawrence dc, xcvU ; Thomaa, 


Hnrrt, WOUam de, Ixzxv 

Huae, William, ocx 

HuswTfe, Roger, cevi 

Hjde, William, eacbeator, cezzviU 


Jakea, Thomaa, cexxU 

Jamea, Robert, eacheator, oxlvU 

Jennej, Andrew, reetor of Gantlej, oezr 

JerMj, Gereaeye, Richard de, Batler of tha 
King^ houaehold, ovU, eviU 

Jemaalem, King of, John de BriMUM, oozzU ; 
DonuA Beiengnela, hia wife, «&• 

order of St Johnof^ in Rngfand, tMxH 

Jevington, oom. Snaa. cxxv 

IlketihaU, Uketiahale, Ideahala, Dkat^ahall, 
com. Snif. ov, ox, czi, oxiii, cxiv, ezv, ezzvi, 
cxxzv ; manor of Bardolfra-Hall in^ eziv, ehr, 
dxxx, clxxxiU, czev, od, oeiz, cez ; eh. of 8l» 
John, St. Andrew, 8t Lawieooe» 8t» Maiw 

lUingworth, Richard, ezcvi 

Immeworth, com. Snrr. Izzz 

R^ginald de, Izziv 

Ingham, com. Notf. elzzzviii 

Thomaa, olzzzUi 

Ingliah, John, ozzix 

Ingworth, com. Nort dzziz 

Joan, Qneen of EngUnd, wife of Kiog Heniy 
IV. diU, cUv, dxiv, dxxxvi, czc, od 

John, King of England, jmmm» 

John, Prince of Laneaater, aon of Kli^ Heniy 
lY. czUU,dUL iSMBedlbrd 

John, V 

Irby, Yreby, oom. Linc Ivi 

IreUmd, xxi, xxiU, xxiv, zzvii, czzzvii, oozxv 

juatidarj of^ zziz 



IrnHam, cnmt, l.inr. I«i 

Iilr. VM of thr .v^< |Vr%on an«l WiKht 

^^— lUlilwin of tli»-, «l»- InMiU, tli. ilii, l%i, 

l«ti, U«tlt ; WllliJUII uf tl»r, st 
Jod«lr« K*l|»li. r\%% 
ivry, Koffrr »lr. m 

Kirihy IUi> — u i l k. c«ai. Ehor. rr««ftiii 
Kirkhv umUy-Knovk «r KaoU, coai. kJkn/t. ru. 

Kainko, l«mnt of. r«int. Ilrilf. c\%\i 

Kvrlir, John, mrtur t*f 8l Mftrr, KqunicluuB, 
rUtii, rlK««i, <-ls«i«, rlt&ti, cUk&ii, rlKKa«ii 

KnldiAictoii. r<iim. Suff. rl&&vix 

KHhjr, Wnltrr dr, rarhrntur, ri%^ r»%ii 

KWkr. Ru|rrr. r&lii 

KmbMI, Willuuii, rl%ii 

KMilworlli, raaClr. rom. Wan» . %\\\, Uii, lx«t, 

KmaiBirtoo, KmTnfftuo, Krni^ton, rtmi. 8iut. 
rs, rKii, rkiii. rU 

KmiI, Rnri of, llu)*rrt dr HurKh, Utt«i. rxxtiii 
— — llnrtli«»l(tmr» «Ir. «|i« KaiMia, r«tit, rx 

Kml t o lu t t , Sir Tlionuui. kL •-l«iii 

Kmrhrok, lii>(*«rt <lr, Ut«« 

Krrrt, lrpUn«l. ai-uiaj^r of. &« 

KmMniclMid, riim. SufT. rlt«ii& 

Krtllrlvlirtcl», r«im. Huff. r&tttt 

KfltUrliV, KttlrU'«. tlMirlhi. Uxt«ti. xrit. rttt, 

K«olr«rtl, |«rt»i«f, rtim. I.inr. r, r«i. rtttii,ritt. 

wiii, rdw 
Kr^lMiCpe, rom. I>rir. r«tii« 
Ktl*Urr, lrrl*n<l, ti««iii 
Kilkmnt. IrrUrt'l. t«iii 

Kunlicrlry, WiHLAin. ««i )t*utor. rttt. rtttll 
Kinc^ilun, nim *^urT. tl«i 
■ ■ Sir JorUti tlt . kt. r\ 

KtB««*/^l*t4*nr, t ir, ! .■(, I •.ni. U iltv, Uii 

Kirktif rn«lrr«oni|. rn«. Liar. rrv 
Ktrkrlf«, Jithn dr, xxxvi 
Kirk I^nKtun, roBi. Lrtr. rrstu 
Kirtiin, hun<l. of, eooi. L4Br. Uu, rxxtx 
Knart^ionjosl», roBi. Ebor. rtU 
KntittrBluril, Juhn. wwhiBiiir, exr 
Kn«>«ill, Htr (Ittlirrt il#, rs 
KnT«rt, Hir WtlliMB, kL rrx« ; JtAB, hi* AriC 

Blfr, li. : J«nB, ViHVBBlM BflOttBMlL Um «e 

r«in«l «ifp. «A. ; TWaOMA, rlxxx«i 

KokrtWkl, AiUlBll», XVU ; AlpMllB, h» «tlr. i' ; 

K4>lM>rt (ir, Ixu 
K«n»r, WiUiAm «Ir, ss ; MmiMj», hit «ifr. •&. 

xxit ; WiUiMB «lr,rxlu 
KjB^rr, bIim KtB««r. rom. Htoil cra.t«uj 


I^rtM^k. MMiptrrt <!• lUvi^w, nan M. tttu 
Ijttutr, WilluA, iu ; KauBB, k» •wirr, »A. 
IjJW-M, KK-kM^l «Ir. rxr« 

I/.%iKlr, hoBimr «*l, <lr A«|«iU, r««B. H«mb t« 
L^mlK-th. I ^u&hrtk, hvBd. of, niBi. Hurr. tti%iu, 
Iriuvkk of, tt, x ; Nortk. rs ; Swutk. rm .^« 


Ij»m|»it. JttluinA, rwlBM MCBrk«»«.rlviu. rU«.a 
laiTi| lui;h, *«ir K*4«rrt. kL rxliu 
Ijit»<-.&*trr. Ihirh« «>f. m, rr ttit. «vttt 

l>ukr «.f. Jukn «i^ (Uunt, rtt. mi 

l*-ari» ««f, Thumm, r, rit, rtt«t> , 

Alu-r. hi* ntlr, »f. : llmr^, rrttu . IJr««»uc», 

his «UuKhtrr. «'• 
lAnrr«*««C. rhrtmirlr ot, rix 
|jin); Rolirrt. r««ii ; Abbc. hm oilr, •', 
l«fttiiel« « . aMir« I f . r«i 



Langton, com. Ebor. xxii 

Eadt, com. Leic. ccxiii 

Wcst, com. Leic. ccxiii 

Stephen dc, xliii ; Mabilift, his wife, 

ih. ; Waltcr de, cx 

Lanvaley, Maud dc, xviii 

Laon, Bishop of, Waldric, chanccllor, li 

Laacdes, Rogcr de, cii ; Johanna and Avice, hiB 
daughtcrB, t6. ciii. ; John de, junior, ib, 

Latimer, Lord, William, cxxix 

Latymer, Thomas le, cxii ; William le, cxxix 

Laumarth, Richard, ccxv 

Lavington, com. Linc. ccv, ccxi, ccxii 

Lawriss, hund. of, com. Linc. cxxvii 

Laxewelle. See Flaxwell 

Laxton, Lexinton, com. Notts. xxxix 

Leaaingham, com. Linc xc, xci, cxvii, czxvii, 

LciocMter, Leycester, dxxvii, cxci, cci, ccx, 
ccxxiii, ccxxx, ccxxxi ; Beaumont Leys or 
Lcaac, ecxxiii 

Earl of, Simon de Montfort, i, xix, 

xxi, xxiii, xxiv, xxv, xxvi, Ixi, Ixii ; AUenora, 
his wife, xviii, xxi, xxiii. See Lancaster 

Legh, John de la, sheriff of Herts, Ixxxvi 

Lenne, Sir John de, prictt, cv 

Lcon, King of, Alfonso, ix, ccxxii ; arms of, ciii 

Lesmahago, priory of, Scotland, cx 

Leasinton, John de, xxxviiL Si:e Laxton 

Leton, Robert, ccx 

Lewe, near Bampton, com. Ozf. ccxxix 

Lewes, com. Suss. rape of, xliv, xlvi, Ixxxiii, 
xc ; archdeaconry of, xlv, cci ; doanery of, 
ib ; honour and barony of, xliv, xlix, cxlvii ; 
castle of, xlvi, xlvii, clxxxv ; priory of St. 
Pancras of, clxxxvi, cc ; prior of, xlv, Ixxiv, 
Ixxxiii, xcv ; town of, iv, xvi, xliv, xlv, xlvi, 
Ixxiii, xcvi, cxxii, cxxv, cxxxvi, clxxxiii, 
clxxxv, cxcviii, ccx ; battle of, i, xxiv 

Lewis, Prince, son of the King of France, liv, Ivi 
Lewisham, Levesham, Prior of, alien priory In 

Kent, Ixxiv, Ixxxix 
Lexham, Robert de, rector of Stapleford, com. 

Herts, xcv ; William de, escheator, dv 
Leybume, Roger de, xx, xxx, xliii, Ixvi ; Wil- 

liam de, xxix 
Leyton, Sir John dc, kt. cxxxiv 
Lifeild, com. RutL cxii 
Lillebone, Lillebona, Roger de, lii ; Walter de, 

Ixiv, bis 
Lilstock, com. Som. Ixiv 
Lincoln, diocese of, v, et teq. ; city of, xciv, 

cxxiii, cxlvi ; castle of, clxxx, ccvi, ccx,ocxiv ; 

gate of, cxlviii ; Beaumont rent in, ocxiii, 

Bishops of, Robert, lii, o ; Alezander, 

cxxiv ; Philip de Repingdon, cxcv ; William 

Grcy, dviii ; WUliam Alnwick, dzzi, dzzzi, 


Prior of St. Katharine^s at, zzzt 

Earis of, Gilbert, cciv ; John de Iscy, 

zviii ; Mai-garet, his wife, ib. zziii, zzvil, 
xxviii ; Henry de Lacy, Ixxziii, zGi, zdi, 
xciii ; Maigaret Longespee, his wife, zd ; 
John de la Pole, ocxxiv, ccxzziv. See Lad- 
Mayor and Bailiffs of, czlvi, ozWiii 

Lindfield, Lyndefdd, com. Suss. zliz, Izzziii, 

Lindsey, parts o^ com. Linc. Ixxxvi, zci, czzvii, 

Lingficld, com. Surr. dxii ; colI^;iate ch. of St. 

Peter at, cxciii 
Linwood, com. Linc. Bayeux, or Bayons, fse 

or manor in, alias Beaumont, ccxiil, ccxiT 
Lisieux, Bishop of, Gislebert, Maminot, zvi, Izvi 
Livcry, Reginald de, viii 
London, city of, i, et $cq. 



Priovi« im, DMm yi m i, «IIm Hc. lUry 
apiltto, Iftiji, Im t ll«<jr Trtnitjp «itlMMil Ai«l- 
fM», ctsxvii ; Sc Mary of CWkMwU, nvn- 
Mvy, Urilii S*m Tcnpto, aiii, sv, sTiii, 
uHit Hoi|iila4 o# Sc. Jyhn of J«rMlcm 
r, dTiii 

pAralMi in, flC. BmmC 

«iHtfl^ eljil, emii i BL AttKwiCiiM fBf^y. 
emuvti t 8l BoColpli wiiboai BiilK»|ioR»lo, 
Ibs t 9l SwitlUa, L4mdon-«lotM, iii, t, ssri, 
Ixshr, Usv. Usvi i 8c. 11*17, Ahcharrli, ▼ 
— Sitot ia, Towcr, sssii, esiti, esU ; Boj- 
«mrd, eesi, ecsii ; Wsllirook «srA, 

tti t G«Udbsll, l, crsi ; HooiMloditrk, Iss ; 
GbMlWwirk ■irMC, iii, ss«i, Uss* ; Lime 
iUooC, iii ; ThaiMB ■tn««<, rUi, crii ; BMUMioo 
ft4)eteiaK tbe ek. ai 8c. Hoithm, ii, tti. Usiv, 
Ixxv t (^llcd Oslbrd plsee, Usvi ; U Newe 

it k t r w l te HeoaaKmt lan, eesi, cesii ; 

of, csU, csUii ; Looduottooe, itt, ssvi 
BbhofM ol. Riehard, Urd TrwMmror, iii ; 
Uiit ; ll<ifr>v. UU ; CHlborC, csssvi 

lUjor» ol Lrfmdoo. At PiU-Ajrlwia, 

Flls-Abm, Ae. Hearj Barluo, elsi ; l*htlip 
r, eesi. Sm esJvtii 
of, csl«i, cibiii 
ChsmlieriaiB ot, ttt 

Aiehdeaeoo ol. MsiCer PfCer. Uis | 

Dma ot 8c. PmI"», UooOrv?, Isis 
Prior ttf lli4M>f«K»te. U«ut ; Prv*r ol the j 

Httj Triaitv. Uis ; Pnor ol tbe PnMrherm, 
BfvCbir Wsluv. Uix ; PnurwB oT i1«rk- 


LMKhtidgo, hoad. o#, com. Btus. Ut 

fiolofi. ecsix j 

Ixmica H|«ia, Wtlliam de, csK«ti ; 1 
lui otfr, %h. /itt si ' 

L*airKre«i, huad ol, com. Ukmc. css. 

LMiiptlle, Juhn, ewhenlor. csssi, csst* 

L^MMr, donaerj ol^ coou Haff. clsiii 

Uonhkf, nhliej ol, Normnadj, Uit 

Lovodeo, haad. nad dmiitrj o^ eom. Liae. r«^ 
cssK, eliii 

Lovvll. Lordi i Willinm, ersinti ; Jtdia, srti, 
cUssriii, cessvii, eessviii, erssis. ersss 1 
Jona, hii wifc, eUssviti, orssvti. eris«tu, 
crssis, eesss } Fimarii, Vnmial, ert&iv. 
«f My. ; Aaao, hii wiii^ «esssai ; Jona nad 
Prodjtwido, hii Mtefm. eessvii, e&ssiv 

Loodbnm, John d«, essmiv 

I^MiKhboroogk, ees, eesii ; eh. o| 8c Ncer nad 

l^Mith Pnrk, nhhej oi, cssiv 

Loslrj. Rohott d«, ■nrkioliir, cssv 

Larj, Hir Wiliinm, kt. erii ; Phtlip i|#. « ; 
C l w j fte j d«, vii 

LttdionknU, cMa. Wilm. viii 

LolW, Bohort d«« Issvtt 

Load opootko York Wold,eooi. Kbor. erst«iit 

Load, Rnlpkdoln,ik«rif nlUoonlaikir*, cu 

Lott«n4, Ooofkoj, viii 

I.jdinrd Trmron, eooi. W*i||s, srviit 

Lvad«, Str Joha da, Uii i Joka, esvi 

Lvndewode, WUIm« Koopof o| Uw Pnvj A«al, 

Ljra««, Juha. elork, tkMMM 

Ljnn Hiikopi, eoat. Nofl esvi, ess, rmhi ; 
Prtafj ol Um Priam o| iko ofd«r W C>«r 
lUtoood Ladj «1 Moooc Cbrmel nC« essii t 
AU llnllowi cknrrk, A. ; ioock ||nC« ol. «Ik. 

pnor tta«l broCkfoo o| iko ord«r ol Bl^ m id 

Mnrj ol Mooat Csrmil no4 eooveoC oi; esv, 


«— Mnjur nad BntlA oi; cslvta 

rivor, rstit 

L;nn«>, Juhn, csevt 




Madox, hifl Finna Baigi, ii 

Maine, Vicoiiit6t of, dzxi 

MAllesores, John de, cii ; Sir ThomM, kt. czzxi ; 
Anne, his daoghter and heireH, ib. 

Malling, South, deanery of, com. Sun. zIt 

MAlmains, Thonus, zzztii ; John, his aon, ib, 

MalpeMO, Edward, of Thoresby, cczzTiii 

Malton, com. Ebor. zzii 

Maminot, Walcheline, Izzi 

Bfanche, Dep. de la, Normandj, zcviii 

Mandeville, honour of^ zzzri 

Geoffrey de, zzzviii 

Manhead, Bfanneahered, hund. of, com. Bed. 

Mant, le, diooeee of, France, liii 

Mapledurham, oom. Ozon. Izzziv, Izzzyi, czri ; 
manor of Mapledurham Chimaj, ib. czni 

Maraift, Richard du, zi 

March, Earls of, Edmund Mortimer, zliii ; Roger 
Mortimer, czzzvii 

Mare, John de la, IzziT ; John de U, Izzzr ; 
Thomaa de la, ib, 

Markfield, oom. Leic ccz, cczii 

Marlborough, oom. Wilts, Tii, zi 

Marlow, Little, Merlawe, prioreM of, czzzr 

Marmion, William, Izi, Izii ; Robert, Izii ; John, 

MarBhal, Bfareechal, Earla, and of Pembroke, 
zvii, ZTiii, ziz, zzi, zziii, zziv ; William, Tii, 
ix, ziv, zviii ; William, eldeat aon, xviii ; 
Alice, hiB fin* wife, ib. ; Alianora, his seoond 
wife, ib. ; Richard, eeoond ton, ib, ; Genrasia, 
his wife, ib, ; Gilbert, third son, ib. ; Maud, 
his firtt wife, ib. ; Biargaret, his seoond wife, 
t6. ; Walter, fourth son, ib. xiz, zzi, zzii, 
zxvii ; Margaret, his wife, zviii ; Anselm, 
flfth son, i^^. ; Maud, his wife, ib. 


Marriial, Earl, Thomas, brother of Edward II. 

ozii ; Maiy, his widow, Countesi, ezii ; John 

Mowbray, czliii, cW. See Norfolk and Not- 


William le, iu ; John le, iU 

— Ralph, zl ; John, liii ; Stephen, zliii, 

zlv ; Roger, czvi ; John, mayor of Tork, and 

escheator, cozzviii 
Manton-hg-CFaven, oom. Ebor. oczzviii 
Marston, William, escheator, ccz 
Bfartjn, Robert, escheator, czciii 
Bfauleon, Savary de, viii 
Bfaulej, Edmund de, zcii ; fomily of, oiz 
MajBter, Thomas, czlii 
Melfield, Medefield, oom. Suff. czzzv 
Melklej, Sir Robert de, kt Izzzv ; John de, ib. 
Melon, John, cczzz 
Mendham, com. Suff. czzzv ; fee, dv 
Mentmore, com. Bucks, Izzi 
Merevale, abbej of, zviii 
Meriet, John de, zz ; Blaria, his wife, ib. 
Merston, John, czzziv ; William, ib, 
Meschines, William, liv ; Cecilia, hb wUIb, ib. 
Messingham, Simon, ccvi 
Metcalf, Miles, cczziz ; Thomas, ib, 
Methwold, John, escheator, czzv 
Middleton, alias Milton, BfalscHr, oodl Nofth". 

zciz, cii, czzzi 
Middleton, oom. Norf. elzzziz ; Somles Hall, ib. 
Mighendene, com. Wilts, cczziz 
^— Edward, oezziz 
*< Milea,'' William, zlv 
Milne, Robert, el 

Milton, alias Bfiddleton, hund. of, K«nt, zeriii 
Bfilton Lilboum, com. Wilts, Iziv 
Minching-Hampton, Hantone, com. Gkme. ezz, 

Minster Lovell, com. Ozf. cezziv, cezzziii 
— -^ Parva, com, Ozt cczziv 




Mitt-liain. r«tni **ufT. Iittii. ttttt 

Mitfttnl. huii>L au<l tialf. cuni. N'i>rf. ti'i«, rtli. 

M<i-I«. Jnhn. t<^ liijitMr. •-•iiit 
Mtiliun Ott« 17 . ini» l |i<»lli-r*. roni. I>r%. ttt 
Mikliun, K«i;ii.aI'1 •!• . tit. x\. wut, tti*. tttt. 

tll : lla»>*i:i. Ki« tir«t wif>\ tit ; Iwti^-lU. 

hu m-onil «.f>- \ii . Ji>hfi •|f, Hi« rMrat «•ti, 

Xt. Itil. ti-«ii . JiiAn. hi« «iff*. I«ii. tt. tlit. 

ttt ; >!■ , thi- M^-iin*!. it. ttii. Itt ; 

Kifltrrt, hu l n<thrr. ttit . J>hii «Ir, lh«* thinl. 

II. Ilit, ttt ; AlLinora. hi« wifr, ttit ; 

MM4cr J»nir« il<-. ir%i, tf«ii; U itluiii •!«'. 

It, Itl ; ^^ :lliaiii. Iii« ^'n, it 
Mulrjn*. Aildiii. • !• rk. rUt«>ii 
Munr. (iu«. * x\xi 
Mtfiita^cu, l^-r<l. Joltii Nt tiU. •«-\:i 
Mi'ntth-hrt. Ki* har 1 'If, ttti 
Muntfitrt. II«i.r> Ar, Ui . .H|iii.,ri ilr. jtti . M^r 

Karrt tlr, rUi\%i 
MuntKimirrk , K'>i;''r ■!' . K-*il •' Shrt^wvt-ur^. 

rtii ; J«»hii. • l«it 
Miintrruil, V\ilii»ni ■!•*. ■!• Mii«tMiilli>. «-11« 
M«irr, J«»hii, •• r • iMi »1 t»\*. •• %iii . 'ltit>niA«, 

1'. . I*lii:i|>, •'^ li* st'-r. ■ ■ %ii 
Mt»rl«^<in. « t|M iitil^f. «-i>Mi I^rd. «■~i 

■ Aii I I i!i Ijuf» 1;. l.'i!i 1. ♦ •■III. m rh. tni 

M..rlry, rtili N..rf . 1; .f**!. iL.f. !|Ji> *' H 
— — l^^if I. I !.<'li:k*. • UlM 

M«>rtjiin, ('. .f ••■• .J. . II. .'.ft. . it. «tti ; J.'hn. 

l-r\<tlirr •f K ;..r I I 1.: 
M.-rit-inrr, ^! rvi' r. M.n«if.r.|.h .Ir. 11 ; 

llut;h <]• . l .« «> •-. ti.: tt 1, tti» . \jc-*thA. 

hi* wif'-. 1' ir.«!i. J. hri ^:i I lltnr^ 

♦. t„ n \ »• . •».. r li i.-t.s r. '. . Ilu^-h. 

-•». .-f II- •■ 11 :.rv ! .. . n. .'. . I.hi». 

'••fi, I... • ?■ W . ■ . 1| ..?;. J»ni.*. 

I l;i •■ i •.«*.■ I •. J aii An>l 

Murt*n.«r. IUl|«h Ji U . lilA«U«. hn »1^. «' 
K«i;fr «I*-, tliii. lt«i : llugh .Ir. Un. %> «1 

— Str IlHima*. rt%i. ftt«t. •tti«i. 

rttt«ii. rttt«iii. 4 t<i. rtlii . A<m«, |.i««.f*. 
ri«i. rttt*. »t ••t^. 

M>.ult«>n. MirtittKM. rnm. Niirf. t' i« 

M. uiit^«i«. I^ir«l. ?*ir ^Altrr ltl*'utii. k: • iir 

M.iMir. Jtjhn tr, ltl«ll ; bctTi t.f JtJ.n. !•.;: 

J. hn. rai^bmlur, itii 
Mun*-hrli«%, W«nn# 'Ir, I«ui. Ili.i , Jali. I :« 

mifr, t«iii . Jtihn thrtr mm, tit . Jatri. (.■•■r 

•Uuishtrr, «^. tllii Kul>ert. rm-hfmUf. rr%i 

Munrl. rh.ilUM. r«t t«tr fi ('Anllr^. rUtt« 
M«kr«t«ii|, (tini. Huff. rtt«« 
M«lliiii;li.<|w, r.-in. S«I"|«, r» titi 
Mtttrn u|«.n >«iAJr. rwm. Kl«tr • «t 

NtiUmorth, oiin (fll<««i«- ftt. riti 

Na»« it*«. lunr rlm, r*»*». t-i i 

N*-" II. Kii-hanl, rrti 

'-N.|..i. Wtllrlntt«.**lii 

NrrtiM. Sir Julin «Ir. kl. rttt« 

Nf««. tiurxl. iif. rum. |jnr. ritn«ik. J.>hn «lr. Utt« 

Nriill. |> rt. «»f KaM. Sir Jufn •I*'. kt rtt t. 

• ttti« . Kliulivih. hn mifr. •'-. rttti 
Ilu,-h .|r. |*ri>t«ift-rv.*trr ff KncUn.l. II. 

Vi^i^if • 

- • 

«II. it. li.i. li«. tt. Ui:i. lti«, U«, lt«! , J «a. 

hia «:f<. II. Ilit. It. Ilill, It«l , Jtjlin .Ir. tK«.r 

•• n. rrt-t.>f. r«^«tir ••( llnicUn'1, It. Iti. U:«. 
It«. lt«i ; 11««,««»*. b« ««i^. Ii : ll-.fiS .|r. 

ll.' r •«•n. Iti. It.i. Itiii. III*. lt«. U«i . J.^.a 
•J- . t.:t l'..:t.. r. Iti. U». Il«i . Ilrf**ft tl*-. 
:t . -1« . . ^^ •!..biii :r. U«i : mnm t^. Itt 



Nevill, Roliert de, viii ; Peter de, Ixii ; Jollan , 
dc, exxvii ; (^eoflTrey dci Cluunberlain, xi ; 
Hugli de, Grawus, ccv 

Jolin, escheatori ccxi ; Sir WilliAin, 


Neufchatel-en-Bray, arr. de, Normjuidy, xvi 

New&rk-upon-Trent, liv, dxxx, cxci, ccxxxii 

Newcaatle-upon-Tyne, cix, cxlvi ; parish of St. 
Nicholas, cix ; castle-ward, ib. 

Newenham, abbey of, xxx 

Nowman, John, cxli 

Newnham, Newcham, com. Oxf. xxxiii, xxxvi, 
xlix, 1, li, lii, liii, Ix, Ixvii, Ixviii, Ixxvii, Ixxix ; 
ch. of All Saints, 1, li, lii 

■ Mainard de, lii 

Newtimber, com. Suss. xlvi 

Newton, com. Camb. cxxxii 

Newton, com. Leio. ccx, ccxi 

Newton, Neutone, com. Notta, xcv, cxxxiv 

Thomas, eschcator, cxxxiv ; John, ccvi 

Newyck, John, ccvi 

Nicholas IV. Popc, his taxation, coi 

Niort in Gaacony, viii 

Niton, Richard de, xlvii 

Norfolk, Earls of, Ilugh Oigot, xviii, xix ; Roger, 
liifl 8on, Earl Marshal, xix, xxxviii 

Dukes of, John Mowbray, Karl Manlial, 

ccii ; Katharine, his wife, ib. ccvi, ccix, ccx, 
cciii, ccxiii, ccxiv ; John Mowbray, Earl Mar- 
slial, their son, clviii, clxxviii, clxxix, ccxiii ; 
Joan, his half-aister, ib. ; John Mowbray, Earl 
Marshal, ccxxviii ; Thomaa Howard, ccxxiii ; 
Anne or Agnes, his daughtcr, ib. 

Normandy, Duke of, Robert, U 

Nuniianton, Normenton, hund. of, com. Linc. 
now a parish, cvi, cxvii, cxxvi, cxxviii, cxxix, 
cxxxiv, cliii ; ch. of St. Nicholas, cxxix 

Isabella dc, cxxviii 

Nomianvile, Henry, clxxii 

Norres, Sir Kdward, kt. ccxxvii, ccxxxiii ; Fre- 
dyswide, or Fridiswide, or Fredeswide, his 

wife, ccxxvii, ccxxxiii ; John, their son, 

Norreys, Simon, rector of Castor Holy Trinity, 

cxxii ; Robert le, xxxviii 
North Allerton, com. Ebor. cxliii 
Northampton, vii, xxiv, xxv, cviii, ccii, ccxiii, 

Northo, William de, xlvi 
Northumberhuid, Karb of, Henry Percy, cxxxvii, 

et seq.j Henry Percy, clviii, cxcii 
Northwode, com. Kent, xcviii 
Sir John de, xcviii ; John de, junior, 

ib. ; Agnes, his wife, ib. ; Roger de, thehr aon, 

Norton Dryne, alias Brise Norton, oom. Oxf. 

Norwich, IxiL et teq. ; castle of, Ixxiii, Ixxxvil, 

clviii ; prison of, Ixii ; cathedral of, clriii, dix ; 

ch. of St Martin at the Palace Gate, clviii ; 

Gildhall, clviii ; Sliirehouse, dxxvi, ocxi ; 

Norman^ Spittle, clviii ; Bemey*fe Inn, duvi, 

dxxviii, clxxxix 
— — see of, Ixxxvii ; Bishopa of, Walter, 

xxxviii ; William, Ixxiii ; Ralph, xci ; Wil- 

liam Alnwyck, Alnwick, dviii, dxxi, dzxzi, 


Prior of the Holy Trinity of, dxxviii 

John de, clxxx 

Nottingham, Ivi, cxix, cxxiv, cxxviii, div, xcvi, 

— — Earls of, Thomas Mowbray, cxxxvi ; 

William Berkeley, ocxiii 
Noyen, St. Martin des, Normandy, Ixxi 
— ^— Nouers, Nuers, Robert de. Ixxi ; Ralph 
dc, ih. 

I Nuneaton, com. Warw. ccxi 
; Nytymbcr, Newtimber, com. Su«, xlvi 




Oahha«nit<wi. cxim iVvon. Is 

ClAkW;, iHuUy, MafHA, com. Kmi. siu 

OckUmuli, Orbrdrtir. com. I>«rb. Ixssvlii, scis, 

cii, css 
O^moek^ com. Wilu, Istv 
CNai7, Jolui «!•, tarbmtur, css 
Orbj, Orrvby, Juba «1«, ctl, csssu ; JubMina, 

bit «ilb, cil ; yUrj, ibetr dAugbUr «ad bcirmi, 

Orlbftl, Dmocr; ol, cwm. Haff. clsiii 
OrwvU, Joba, clxtii 
Oigodby, com. Ijdt. ccv 
Omuiitiiii, bunil. uf, cum. MhI«I. csis«1 
Otbo, l.4)Kntc of tbr Pu|>r, li 
OlWj, OtUbTc. nim. Suff. nl 
Ottobott, C^nlinAl-tlmcun uf Si. A«lriAn, ssiv 
Owloa, eom. Klmr. rilttt 
Owmbj, Ovml*;, CluiM«hi, com. l^nc. cb. uf .Sc 

Pff<cr Aiid Hi. PauI. irti. ciis, rsssv 
OiMibruKicr, Kud^^rt. r«rltf«tor. ciUii 
Oslunl, su. ii^ti. ttivii, |«ii, cshii. cst. 

— » Witf^lro o( Mrrtun llall. Istiil 
^— Karii i»f, Aul»rrj tlr Vrrr, riiv ; ltt>lM>rt 

4« Vrrr, rlttt«ti, Jultn *lr Vvrr. wcnth 

Knri, crsit ; MAiv^rrt, hu «Uuicbtrr. i/. ; 

RjrbftH dr Vrrr, rlc«rnth Knri, rssivit ; Juba 

dc yrpf, t^rlfth Karl. rlti, criiit ; IUis*l>rtb. 

bit «ilr. %h. , Jthii >lr. thtrtcrntb Knri, K.O. 

crsv. rrsvi, crtti. c<'ttii. rrtiui ; )i«r){a/rt, 

hit Anl »iff-, i'. , Kltui^rth, hia •crvn<l «ifr, 

ritii, rtttti . John •!'• \err, fimrtrmth Karl. 

rsitit ; Aonr cr Ai;n««. hi« »tlr, i^. ; Jvltn 

4c Vrrr, flflf-o tith l-^Afl. I*. 
OtitaMl. .\rair^tr. f..tti Surr It^i 
CHloa. «N<ai. .N«tt*. I< 

Pk((bnm, Williui 4«, Ut 

Pding, bna4. oi; CM. 8«iw slvU 

Paimcr. Ricbni4, cknpkia, cUv, Hssi, clsiii, 

cUsui ; llobvt, «fviffu W l^ KmH^ kuM» 

P»l>pe«urtb, WilHim, mctaftir, cssu 
Parii, Pmaro, xulv 

Pv^, MntUMv, STii, xxsii, xxsH. Isi, Uu 
Pnrbcr, A4am, csssiv 
Pnrmrolior, Ralyb lo, iv, vii, vni, ix, x ; Juna. 

bii «tf», vii, viii, is, si 
Pttftraay, CUoroaj, siii 
PtMcbal II. Popo, U 
Pa»^o C^JaK I»«|k. 4«, KmMo, cssui 
PmorUvi*, Rgbcrt, Afrbiltatimol l^cwm, siivui. 

Ii, Isssiv 
Pmiun, WiUtMA, clssvi, Hxxsi 
PMcabillc, 8ia»uo 4c, cssiv 
pBjrnc. Tbmam, crxss 
P«vncll, Willanm, Ivi ; Avwm, b» vi«r. U^ , 

Adclirin, ibcur 4iagblor, i*. 
Pmlic, ltui*crt. Uu 
Pcoihtimc, or Pkuftborac. m Mbwtoa. 

SUM. lllV 

Pccbc, Clcutfrvv. Ii 

Pcictot, Ko4o 4c. Isisv 

Prlbnm. Sir Jobn, kl. clssvi 

Pcmhrtikr. Karii of, «m Miwbol ; Wdlii 

VAlcncr, sil ; AvloMr 4« Vd kac t, cis 
Pmihrujcx, Sir Kirbafti 4r. kl. clvi 
Prnrmrr. H|, |4Mr«i 4«, xUu 
Prnnc. A4«m 4c U. 1 ; Rirbanl 4c U. J. . 

Kimaurm, h» nilr. %l, 
IVrrhc. Cumlr vt, TUinMii, ht 
IVrvhinic, Prrvnnnia, Pctrvairc, com. Sam^ i«. 

Ilt, |«l. Ilivil. ssi*iu, ihf, sl«. ftlvi. xl«ii. 




ilviii, Ixzii, liziii, izzzti, IzzzTiii, zoy, zori ; 

chapel of, iv, zlvi 
PercluDg MagDA, zcri ; Parra, ib, 
Percy, Geoifrey de, zlii; Heniy, the jotinger, 

czIt, cliii. Ste Northnmberland 
PerfyngB, Walter, Izi 
Perien, Robert de, nibeMheator, Izzii 
Perkyni, Thomas, cozziz 
Perwy, 8ir Robert, kt. ozliU 
Pertenay, Walter de, czzz 
Peterborongh, abbot of, czzviii 
Perenaey, rape of, Izi, Izzziii, od ; caitle, ooi 
Peverell of London, honour of, ir ; Pererell of 

Nottingluun, honoor of, cziz» ozzviii 
Peyrre, Paolin, zzzriii 
Phelippy Sir William, kt. cIt ; Jnliana, hii wife, 

ib. ; Sir William, K.G. ozlyi, et ieq, ; Lord Bar- 

dolf, elTiii, et teq. ; Joan, his wife, ozlTi, el eeq. ; 

Sir John, kt. clvi, elTii, clzn ; Matilda, hii 

fint wife, clTi ; Alioe, hii eeoond wilB, clTi, 

Philippa, Queen of Elngland, wifB of King £d- 

ward III. czT, czz, ozzi, czzii 
Pickworth, Pykworth, oom« Lino. czzt 
Pilet, Henrey, liT 
Pilkington, John, oozii 
Pimpeme, com. Dors. CTi 
Pinbory, Penneberia, com. Glonc. ozz, ozzi 
Piri, Peter de, Tiii 

Piweleden, Master Thomas de, zziT, zzt, zzTi 
Plaiz, Richard de, zzzi ; Ralph, hit lon, ib, 
Plugenet, Alan de, IzTii ; Alice, hii wife, ib. ; 

Alan de, their lon, ib. 
Plumpton, Pluntune, Plumton, com. Suai. Izzzii, 

Izzxiii, IzxxiT, IzzzTiii, zcTi, cii, czzii, czlTii, 

clziii, clzzziii, dzzzTi, czci, czcTiii, oc, ociz, 

ccz, cczii ; ch. of, zciz, cIzzzt, cc, cd 

Sir William, kt czliii ; Robert, oczzz 

Plympton, com. Dev. zzzii ; castle of, Iv, Wii, Wiii 

Pdtien, Arohdeaoon of» Riohard, ti 
Pole, oom. Bueka, oozziT 

— Peter, eecheator, dT 

Sir Thomaa de la, kt dzzziz 

Poley, Thomae, oItU 
PoUingfeud, John de, zlTi 
Pont-Audemer, Normandy, dzzTii 

— Henry de, iTii 
Pontefraot, oom. Ebor. dTf czlTiii 
Porcheiter, oom. Hantt. ziii, 1t 
Port, Hugh do, ozzi 

Porter, Sir William, kt. dTi, odT ; Sir WUliam, 

liis lon, kt. ib, ; Anne, his ftrrt wilb, <6. oot ; 

Agnea, liif seoond wife, odT 
Portland, com. Don. CTi 
Portalade, oom. Su». ozz?, ozzziU 
Portimonth, Hants, ziU, 1t 
Powji, Lord of; Sir John Tiptoft, kt. dzzzi 
PoyningB, Ponynggee, hnnd. of, oom« fikui. zUr, 

zIt, zItI, zot ; TiU. of, zItI ; oh. of tbe Hdy 

Trinity, A. 
— — Lucaa de^ ztU ; lMbeUa,hii wifie, ib, ; 

Heniy de, IzU ; Sir Miohael de, zdT, zeri ; 

Margery, liis wife, zdT, zotI 
«»~^ Lordt, Midiael, ozt, czzU ; Joaiiy hii 

wife, ib. ; Thomae, tbdr ioii, ezr ; Bioliaid, 

his brother and heir, ib, ; Agnea, their diler, 

CZT, ozzU ; arma ot^ ib, 
Preauz, abbey of 8t Peter and St. Panl of , dzzTii 
ProTonce, Gomte of, Raymond-Berenger, zzzi ; 

Beatriz, hii wife, ib, 
Prudhoe OMtle, com. Northd. ezliU 
Puckeridge, com. Herti, ozTi, ozd 
Puiteney, John, eecheator, oIzzztU 
Puiyngland, Riohard, ozzzTiU 
Puttok, John, dzT, dzzi, dzzU, dzziii, dzziT, 

dzzzi, dzzziU, cIzzztU 
Pyecoumbe, Picoumb, oom. Su». zlTi 
Prmpe, Richard de, eecheator, Izzzi 



V}n, TlitiniM •Iti. kt tstiu 

ISaliuo. or ri*lfi( iir^. f^*m. 11* rt», tilin, ttt«i, 

ItStll, UlMII. Ittil 


Qu*rr, mh\*ry iif. i't 
<^UAtrmji«ii«, RH-|iAnl, mt 
</uinrv, RoU-rt •li-, &«iii 

Rahy. nMB. Durh. rstil 

Ra<IbmII, lUilnHlIr. rtmi. Suw. tl«i 

RadvniyFitiiHiMir, liA«lr««7f. ruin. Sjm. Uiv, 

Binitry, Mtoi ««f, iii 

RMIB«lpll. iliAnirllur. Ill 

RavcBtworth. rA«tlr, rum. KUir. rtttti 

RMtcehy, Roui-t-ti^, Hi«tii, r«im. l.iur. cxiii 

■ JuhB •li-, rh-rk. rai%iii 

RcBdinK, «lu. it. Iti 

— ^— » ahtirt <if. tttll. Ittti 

Rnlham, nini. Nfrf tn 

R«illlii|Cft^M, nuHhrf^ tif. iN.tu. SulT. rlt«i 

«-i— ^— Alii-i* LAin|'i:t, |>riwr«<M uf, cli«i, 

R4W«1, Jubn, ««rhral«ir. rllt« 

R«<|{BV. WllllAmilr. Itill 

Rr|i|BcluB, Rt«;iliAM <lr. rlrrk. Itttv 

R««|«ul«l, Rii Ikftnl. r«-hrtttwr. rUtt«ii 

Rrtirra^ IWl<l«ui (Ir, ii. h. hft. It«ii ; MftrvM^-t, 
hM «ilr. 11. Ittiii, ittn. 1«, lift. It. U«iit : 
lteJ«|»iB. iIh tr wn. U«ui. .Vi< lW>«un ao*! Isla 

I £ftUlli« t (. tftlti, rt 

R«-«i:atr, Ji>liri li . ju*Ii«-t in « %r«-, tUui 

RtUury, lt«rii>.ftii. ( ••mt* «•(. tttn 

Rti li ir 1 I K • f l.i . *-t i<. i.i. 1«. & 

Rirluir«l II. KinK «if |jicUn>l, rtin. tt #• ^ 

Annr «if li«>h«-mui. hi« *tfr. rtt»ii 
RirlkAr«l III. Kinic of KncUntl. rrst«. rrtti.ii 
RirhAH'»rm«(lr.ftliMrMtirRferhM«l,r^itt. Ilrr- f 

Uli. ir«i. cUi 
Ri«-hin«in<lthuT. coBi. Kbor. rritiiu 
H i|>|»inKml<** c«iai. i^lBr. crsi. crtu 
Hi»tiir«>UKh. Rvirticficll, roa. iWirk». rittii 
HiMnictun. <irvBt, »1im Brti«l«* R«ovncil'in. «• <■• 

tthrur. rrSSII 

Hi«rr«, iJirU, Rirlunl, cr&iti ; AntKiin^. rf « % 
Roltrrl. CoBilr, «nB vd thr Kinf^. *llrr«Ar«l* 

Ihikr of NuriBBiwU. ci&i 
R<»l>rrt, A |>nr«t, lit 
RuliraMrt, l<r«Mk rUu 
R«ili%n«iin. J«»hn. rc^ 
R«irhr.rh«>u*n, AllBajir dr, th Rmf^ ''i*.t- /.. 

IS ; MmtihU, hM Bifr, •/•. 
R«M-hrf«>ri|. iluj «Ir, Itiil 
R«irhrllr. U, tflMriin^. KrmBcr. tiu 
H<M-h«^trr, riim. Krnt, &iv, liii 
R«irhf«ir«l, hun«l. of. rooi. frJBcs, liiii 
Ra<1^, J«*hn. rrt 

Riikrl.i. Sir ThiiBKW, kt. •hrnff oi Y«ickthirr. 

K«*kr«Jrv, (flmr*l7. flwhrBlnr. rin 

K,ik««Mlr, J«4in. 4-ttt« 

K«>llc«4«>nr. r«>m. I.rtr. ctltiv 

KiimAna. Kmjc ««f thr. KKhmrl, i«iii 

K«imA«nr, JiiIiAUA, ri 

K«>mr, rt«ni, rttt«il 

K«i<lirilll, K««milii, (*n-ilim «|r ; pn Mr«v-hir»r«. 
.\«ii-ui 'Ir . ».« rft^nril mn«l t'«>um. 

Ri«roM-t, •}.)■««• «f. .\lirui U «JrrButfl. U«ii 

R«jii«, Hir J«4in «Ir, kl. I^jr«i *W, « tttii . Mart, 
lii« »tfr. «^. , TluHSUM, I^ir»! 4«*. cvfti 

K«*l, |UJ^I«iti «Ir, rtitii 
K««,«ti«rt«»n, Tli^mww», «Utii 
K>iK«k*ii. Uuii.ii. ^% «;•«, \\\ 



Rotherfield Orey, MoreslaDd in the demeene of, 

com. Oxf. ccxxiz 
Rothwell, Thomas, escheator, clyi 
Rotyngdene, William de, czcv 
Rouen, Normandy, dvii 
Archbiflhops of, St RomannB, li ; Walter, 

justiciary of England, iii 
RouB, William, clxix, clxxYi ; Reginald, dxxii, 

ccx ; Robert, clxxxii ; Sir John, baronet, 

clxxiii ; Sir John, Lord, clxxii 
RouBton, Rowston, Rouestune, com. Lino. zci 
Roxholm, Roxham, Rochesham, com. Linc. cxvii, 

cxxvi, cxcvi 
Royston, priory of, prioratus de Cruce Roia, 

— — prior of^ Ixxxvi 
RuflTuB, Robert, chamberlain of Comte John (of 

Mortain), iii 
Runcton, Rungton, Rungeton, North, com. 

Norf. Ixxxvi, Ixxxvii, xc, xciv, cxv, exli, dv, 

clxxvi, clxxviii, clxxx, clxxxix, cxciv, ccix, 

ccxiv ; ch. of AIl Saints, xcix, czli, czlii, cczv 
Runnimede, Runnemead, com. Surr. ziv, liii 
Rushbury, com. Salop, cczxz 
Ruahmonden, hund. of, com. Sum. Izxxiii 
Ruskington, Reschintone, Reskynton, Risking- 

ton, Ryskington, com. Linc. xc, zci, xciz, c, 

cii, czvii, czziii, cxxiv, cxli, dxiii, clxxx, czci, 

cxcvi, cci, ccii, cciz ; ch. of All Saints, as to 

one moiety, xcix, cxxiii, cxcvi 
Russel, Robert, Ixxx, Ixxxix ; Edward, ccxxx 
Uuthin, Ruthyn, Wales, clxxvii 
Rutland, forcsterslup of, ccxii 
— — Earl of, Edward, cxxxv 
Ruxley, hund. of, com. Kent, cxziv 
Ryser, Sir Richard, kt. ccxxix 
Ryther, William de, ccxzix 


Sacham, Geoifrey de, Izzv 

Sacombe, oom. Herti. czl 

Sacy, Emeric de, zl 

Sakevill, Andrew de, zvii ; Margery, his wife, tb, 

Salisbury, New Samm, com. Wilts, cczziz 

Bishops of, Richard, liii ; Robert, Ixiz ; 

William, dzzviii ; dean ot, Anselm, zviii ; 

archdeacon of, William, dzzi 
Earls of, John Montagu, cixi ; Thomas 

de Montacute, clvii ; Richard Nevill, cozii 
Salle, com. Norf. dzzzviii 
Salyng, alias Alger, John, czl 
Salvayn, Salvin, Sir Gerard, cvii, cz 
Sandal, Sandhall, Long, com. Ebor. cvii, oviii» 


Parva, alias Kirk, com. Ebor. <ax 

Sandwich, Robert de, zlvii ; Ralph de, IzxiT 

Sapperton, com. Linc cczi, ccxii 

Savoy, Comtes of, Peter, xv, zzii, zzzii, czzzii] ; 

Thomas, zzzi, zzzii, zzzv 
Sawbridgeworth, com. Herts, zzziii, zzzvi, 

Izxvii, Izzviii 
Sawer, Richard, dzzxvi 
Say, Lord, James Fenys, chamberiain of the 

King*s household, czciii 

— Geoffrey de, vi ; William de, zvi, Izzi ; Sir 
William de, kt. Izzi, Izzvii ; Beatriz, mother 
of Geoffrey de, vi 

Sir William le, Izziv 

Scoland, Sir Thomas de, kt. Ixzxv 
Scotilthorpe, com. Linc. ccv 
Scotland, ciz, cz, czliii, czlv 

Kings of, William I. zviii ; Alez- 

ander IL ib.; Robert II L cxliv 

Scray, lathe of, com. Kent, xcviii 
Scrope, Sir Henry le, justice of the Common 
Pleas, xciv ; Sir Richard, kt. oczviii 



Hcnif»». I<^ord, of BoIUni, 8ir Hmrj, rnviti 

— — lAinU, ot MMhatn, Ht«fihMi, Htv ; MMf» 
gMVC, liis wtli, %h, ; HMiry, rlir, dvi 

ScvTM, Juho (!•, abcnff of SottlhAmplooibifv, cii 

Scvry. JohD, ciiis 

flwlMy M^PM^ M«clihiih«, com. Norf. iciv 

8«Kfmv«, Altphra «i«, i^v 

S«to« laAirWttrv, U, dofk. yonwuMiy, ii, csTi 

8#klbrd, John «i«, cii, ciiii 

fWIUAg, Richard, clixivi ; Joftn, hii wifo, ik, 

Hotjinl, jlhui, d 

So^imhMBptnw. cott. Wllt», luv, Ix 

8o7«Umi, John, cochonlor, czeri 

BhmMhtiil, Shcpothodo, com. Lolc. eei, eeiii, 

Sholftird, ScoUtHtl, h«rtNi7 oC, com. NottiL m lo 
eae moitty, liiiTi, UiSYit, icv, ic^itt, icii, 
eixvii, cixviit, ciUii, div, cUiv. clsTiti. cUii, 
ehnnnri, cici, cicvii, ccii, cciiii ; moicty of, 
celled Evcringhnm Fcc, cicvi, cicvii ; IM 
eviag «rrico lo Iho co«n of, ciii, cmtv ; 
Tin ol. Uiivii ei tt^, ; priory of, ciri, ciixiv 
Shoon, maaor of, com. Sttrr. dii 
com. I>ur». iiit 

Sh i p lry. Acprl«4, com. .*lam. iItI 

ShipM 00 tho Moof, com. Khor. dltii 

Skirrwood, Khemuod, fbrwl of, oom. .Nolts. 

com. Hem. lUi 

>, Hir lUlirrt, kl. cNii 

Shoeldhem. cum. Norl cixit. cxI ; priory of, 

17, ciisY, ciUi, csKiit, cciii 

of, H*iifw do Muotipomcry 


CXXi i Juhn TaJlKit, ccii ; John Tdbot, ceiii 
— — IWuliflb of tho KtnK*^ lown of, ciUiit 

Oil crxiU 
Hkiplon in C>m«««, cmIc n»d 

Khor. In, ociiTiii 
Skipwith, WUIiMa de, mfhmHy, cxxiU 
HkTnarr, Joha, clii ; Ronor, ciixi 
HkypM MalH, aew Shlploa (looni . 

I>ork iiii 
Hl on ford , coaii. Uae. cievi s riw, etxiit 
Hamlky, Rohert, dxxx^ 
Hmothrcoto, SaMCheolt, eom. Halop. rrsss 
Hmith, Joha, rMtor of CMMloy, crs^ 
Hmyth, WiUinm, di ; Thnmii. A, ; llol.««t. rtii 
Hnnith, com. Khor. ertxri, ecxxxi« 
Haarjpile, eoas. Koai. il 
Soaiefwc, Ihiko of, Kdmaad BonalDn. rrsvi 

Joha. clorh, diXTiU 

Soaao, WiUinai. escri 

Soothorpo, Sathorpe, com. Liac. crv, tr^%. m. 

ccsii. ecxiv 
Soolhwarh. v. vi ; prior nad e na ii M *>i Ht. Mary 

Overy, v, vi, Ixxx, Ixsxix, cxisiv. er 

Mmlcr Sehcrt do, UU 

SoaihwoU, eem. Nelli, xiU 

Sththorp, ll(»t>rrt, rssstti 
I, nhhrj u/. sss 

i, cum. Lnc. rissiv 

SpnidtaK. eom. liae. Itxvi, exsis 

Spian, nicrrhinli oC, ex 

Hpichmwicho, Hpklmajh, eeai. Dov. Utv 

Hpichwic, H py chewyh. Mhrlmd do, Ui« . hio 

hMrm, A. ; Mhrlmd dc, U. 
HpuUcto, dnchj oC, llaly, exviii 
H<|ia jr^. John, ccrhcnmr. exxxis 
Hc Amph. Bwhopc oC. VmwU, exl« ; WtUmm, 

M. C*innr. Lsi^pic d e e , Pi a a ce , Ix 
Ht. Clrrv. Str Joha. ku erxxiii ; Ffaaem, hm 

wtfo. i^ ; Joha. OUm». Khmhnh, ihcfr mm, 

SC l-Uimnnd. Ithcrtv of. sltU 
■ chhot of. Uuii 
S(. K«nmli, HoHo, nhhot of, Xirmsely. h 



St Qilet-in-the-Fields, com. Midd. ocxxiv ; le 

Beamount^B londs or tenementn, tb. 
St. Michaers Mount, in Cornwall, ccxt, ccxt! 
St. Remy, Robert de, Ixxxiv, cxxxii 
St. Walery,ValIery, hononr of, cix, cxlvii, cxci, ccii 
Stacy, Sir Richard, kt. ccxxx 
Stafford, Earl of, Humphrey, clviii 
— Sir Henry, kt. ccxiv ; Sir John, kt. cciv 
Staincs, com. Midd. xiv 
Stainfield, com. Liac. clxviii 
Stamford, com. Linc. cciv 
Stanbridge, half hund. of, co. Bed. cxxxix 
Standon, Staundon, com. Herts. cvii, cxiv 
Stanhope, com. Durh. Ixxxii 
Stanstead, com. Ea§. xxx 
Stapleford, Stiuicesuuorde, Stapilford, oom. 

Herts, xxxvii, xxxviii, Ixxiii, xcvi ; ch. of St. 

Mary, Ixxiii, xcv, xcvi, xcix, cxxxiii, cxcv, 

cxcvi ; chai^el of, xciv 
Stapleton, Stapylton, iiir Miles, kt. clxxxviii, 

clxxxix ; Catharine, his wife, t^. ; Sir Brian, 

kt clxxxviii, clxxxix ; Isabella, his wife, ib, 

' sir Brian, kt. ccxxvii, ccxxxxiv ; Joan, 

his ftrst wife, ccxxvii, ccxxxiii, cxxxiv ; Alice, 

hissecond wife, %b. ; SirBrian, ccxxvii, ccxxxiii, 

Stanley, sir William, kt ccxxvii, ccxxviii ; Joan, 

Lady Lovell, his wife, ib. 
Staunton, Thomas, ccvi ; Robert, ccvi 
Staynmore, Stainmoor, com. Westm. cix 
Steeple, com. Dors. cvi 
Sterborough castle, com. Surr. clxii, cxcili 
Sterling, Stryvelyn, Scothuid, cviii 
Stewton, com. Linc. cciv 
Stockport, Richard de, dxxix ; Iiabell, his 

daughter, t'^. 
Stoke-Bardolph, Stoches, Stokes, oom. Notts, 

Ixxxvii, xcv, xcviii, cxix, cxxviil, cxxxiv, cxlvii, 

cliv, clxiv, clxxx, clxxxvi, cxci, ccxi, ccxiii 


Stoke-by-Clare, prioiy of^ xliii 
Stoke-by-Newark, com. Notts. ooxziv, oezxv ; 

battle of, %b. ccxxxii, ccxxxiii 
Stoke-Courcy, Stokeguney, Stoche, Stokes, 

Stow, u, I, liv, Iv, Ivi, Ix, Ixiv, Ixvi, IxvU; 

oastle of, I, liii, liv, Ivu, IviU, Ix, lii ; Priory 

of St. Andrew of, liii, liv 

Prior of, liii, liv 

Stoke-de-LisIe, or Lyne, com. Ozf. ozvi 

Stoke, com. Kent, xxxvii 

Stoke», V 

— Peter de, vii 

Stoking, com. Linc. cxvii, cxxvi 

Stone, Thomas, ocxxix 

Stonore, Sir John de, d 

Stortford, com. Herts. xvii 

Stour, river, xliii 

Stowe-Bardolph, com. Norf. IxzzTi, Izzzrii, 

xciv, cxv, cxvi, cxrii, cxxxi, ozli, olv, olzzvi, 

clxxviii, clxxx, dxxzix, ozoiv, odz, ooztr 
Stowe, William, dxxii 
Stradbroke, Eari of, John, clzxii 
Strangways, Sir Thomas, kt. dxxzi, ooii, eeziii 
Stratton, Long, com. Norf. czcv, od 
Stratton, Augustine, clxxvi ; ThomM, esehMtor, 

Street, hnnd. of, com. Suss. Ixxxiii, zor 
Strelley, com. Notts. Ixv 
Strumpshaw, Stnxmpsagh, Stmmpeiawo, StnMn- 

essaga, Strumpeshagh, Strompeshej, oom. Nort 

Ixxxvi, Ixxzvii, xc, xci, xciv, zori, oii, ezv, 

oxxvi, cxli, dxiv, dxxvi, clzzriii, dzzziii, 

clzzxv, cxciii, cd, cdi, cdz 

■ Sir Stephen de, kt. Izzzril, zd ; 

Margaret, his wife, xci 
Stubton, Stubeton, Stobeton, eom. line. ezrii, 

oxxvi, czzix, cxxx, czzzv, diil 
Sudbrook, Sudbroke, com. Liiic. czril, ezzri, 

cxzix, cxxzv, cliii 

2 m 



Suflulk, Arrhili-«nini7 itf. rU«i 

*~—^ Vjkr\ uf. MirhjM*! J^ U Polr, clsiiit ; 

WiUiam «Ir U iVilr, rbtii, rliii, rUm, rlii^iii, 

•— ^— > Mai^IUu Afiil Duke tif, Willuin 4« U 

Piilr. Iliffh ( liamlirrUin «f KiiKUnii. ri«ti. 

rtrti ; Alit-*', Iti* «ifi*. rNli ; J(*lin <lr U IVIr. 

rrt&mi, rrKKtii ; KliMlirtli. hu «ift*. tl; 
SarfTj. KarU uf, WilliAm ilr WAirrn, il%, rtti ; 

ClttiKlmU, his •ifr, tl« ; WiUiAin •!* Wmnrn, 

llM>ir«iii, tl« ; WilliAin «Ir Warrvn. iln, Itsui. 

Ussiv; J«*hn «1« WMrrn, t«, t^ui, thi, tliii, 

&li«, sU, sl>t. thii, thiH, tlu. U«i, Ittt^ui; 

Jubn il«k Wam-n. r. rt, ris. rti, ctui ; WiIIiaoi 

4« Warrra, rtttul 
Attlh«rll. Eirli*r«l, mi 
8«llo«» ram, Halti|», «-tst 
8«nja, WilliMU, rvri«*r «•f SU|ilrfur«l. rtnr 
HvraftdB, 8«mCb>o. Smajtuo, S«ftviUio, rom. Linr. 

rxzvi, cuit.rttti^ 
8wM*rok, Julin, nuMUr ot Um C*vllr|(v uf Lin|[- 

AvM, cxciil 
HwioHlftcntl, cum. I.inr. rtttt 
8y«Mll, TbuoiM, j«>tn«r, cctiv ; LMnbrrt, hi» 

•uo. %h, 
Hymood, R«>li«fi. rltsu 


Tnilar, Tnllloor. S-iMur. WiUiMn. it, ti ; lltnr^, 

Iss ; WtlliAin, (l%ii ; Juhn. rlti 
T«IIh4, Sir (ltll>rrt. kt. rln ; MArKmrrt. Iu« mi/r, 

•'. ; <lilli«n. ihtir fc>n. •'. 
TM4n4||». hun.l. ««f. ruoi. Surr. Is*. Ittti 
TM«a. I*hili|i ilr. ft 
Tooy, pH«r«lr. Utt« 
TnrvMit. rom. lv>ri. r«. 

Tamnt Uun«tll#, coai. fkonL r«i 

TAMi-lrt, moi. .*Ulut>, mit 

T*ltrr4iAll, rcHO. I.inr. rtss, cr« ; rotllr at, 

rthiit. rtlti. rli, rlii ; fh. of lli*!; TnnUj. 

rihiu, rtlii, r|, rli, clu ; ck»f ul, rl 
— — ^— IU*hrfft «Ir, rrt 

rU<iu , rli. 

SuC rrxxvui. 

TattinKtiHi, njOB. Sufl. rltvi ; 

tif Mt. I^Uhrlbrrt, rli«i 
Tralhv. riim. Line. rriiii 
TrliAUil. Juhn. rizis 
Trh^nKton. Tr«in0oo, roi 

Trni|>«^ Sir NirhuUo. kt. rsU 
TrmiiUn, MavCrr oml Ilrrthmi ol tho KniKhu. 

«111, it^ii 
Troi-lirlirov, foatlr at, N«WHa4v, li 
TrmlMhior. Juhn. rUlii 
Tras«, motuo «>f, Mormooilj, sr«iii 
Trii-lino«, rouk <if Williom tho Coo<|Oit m . «. 

iN. Uss ; WUtoMo. hM MO, sU 
Tliamr, coffi. Oif. clsssni, cci 
TliomcB, Timmit, n^mt, 1, BMbop* oC AHb«, i; Almor, i^.; 

William «U Bmoft», s 
Thir«k, com. Khtir. rslui, rrssviii 
Th(»n«. Thocni, «l# U Toor, Boliloio «W, 1uju« ; 

Juho. risiii 
Th»rr«hT. ram. Kbor. «rsinii 
Th<irv«»ij No«ill« 

mi>nt. miu, mi« 
Thiimttin, AlfirM «U, vui 
T1u>q> Porvo, rom. 



— I^aiCtiiO, 



L«r. rrjuii 

1liul*ti'n. Thur{<oUm, 

tnt. rtitiv, srl 
Tburimrfao, hud. U^ 




Thurkelby, Roger de, uxyiii 

Thurleby, near Boom, Turlebi, oom. Lino. ozzr, 

cuTiii, ciiix, cxxxiv 
Thnrrton, aliae Thuxton, com. Norl xciv 
Thyncheball, Robert, clxzii 
Thynne, Francis, xix 
Tillingham, com. Em, oxxz 
Tilney, com. Nort dxxx; ch. of All Saints, 

xoix, cxxri 
Tiptoft, Lord, Sir John, kt clvii, dviii, dxxzi 
Titchmarah, TwhemerBh, com. North. dzxxTii 
Tochi, Anglo-Saxon, xcix 
Toft-Monks, Toftyi, alien prioiy of, and manor, 

com. Norf. clxxyii 
TopcIifTe, com. Ebor. cxliii 
Tortington, com. Suaa. Ixxiv ; priory of, ib, 
Totington, com. Suu. xlvi 
Tottenham, com. Midd. oczi, ccxxiY 
Tottemhoe, Totemho, com. Bucka, oxzzix 
Towton, battle of, odx 
Trailli, barony of, cxxxi 
Trent, ferry over, com. Notts. zcviii, czzviii 
Trenthall, John, ccv, ccvi 
Trosham, William, clxxxviii 
Trevenot, xlvi 

Troam, abbey of St. Martin of, Normandy, cxxi 
Troisgots, Tregoz, Normandy, xcviii 

■ John de, xoviii 
Trussell, Alvered, escheator, cxlvii ; John, ccvi 
Traly, Traleigh, Thrale, Trailgi, oom. Suss. zlv, 

xlvi, zcv 
Tudenham, Sir Thomas, kt. clxxxui, dxxzviii, 

Tuggle, com. North'. xxii 
Tunstal, com. Norf. xci, zcii, zciv 
Turlangton, Tirlangton, com. Leic. cdii 
Tutbury, honour and castle of, c, cczzz 
Twyford, Robert de, escheator, cxx, czlvii 
Tyes, Waleram le, ziz 

l^terae, abbey of, zviii, ziz 
Tyrwhitt, Sir Wiiliam, kt. dzviii 


Uokfleld, oom. Svm, czlvii 

Uifecote, Ufcot, com. Wilti. cczziz 

Ulster, cxxxvii 

Earls of, Richard de Boigfa, e ; William 

de Buigh, ib. cvi; Elizabeth, his dao^ter 
and hdress, cvi ; Liond, Leonellas, cvi, dxt i | 
his heiress, cxxxvii 

Umbria, province of, Italy, cxvii 

Uppington, com. Salop, ccxxx 

Upton-upon Snoddysbury, com. Worc ccxzz 

Upwell, Well, com. Norf. Izzzvi, Ixxxtii 

Urban V. Pope, cxviii 


Vache, Richard de la, xliv, zlvi ; Matthew la, 

Valence, France, xxiii 
— ^^ William de, xxiii, zlii, Izvi ; his wiliB, 

zziii. See Pembroke 
Valoines, honour of, czzziz 
»— ^ Peter de, czcv ; Christiana de, ozl 
Vaudey, abbey of, cdv 
— abbot of, cciv 
Vauz, William des, zz, zzi, zzii ; Aiianora, hls 

wife, ^, 
VauzhalL Sei Faokeshall 
Vavasur, William le, zciii 
Veer, Hugh de, zcii ; G^ige, cczv ; Thomas, %b. ; 

Richard, tb, 
^-^ le, Robert, ezzzi 
Venonr, WUIiam, czcvi 



Vmui. KoLvft •!«, ti« 

Vrnliiii. I^nl. Tlirtit^M «If . r ; fJiuilM-th. Uit 

i»ifr. th. 
\tmrj Vrc, r%Hn. l.inr. vm, riti» 
Vmrv, RoliVfft tl*-. ctlll ; U iUuttti <lr. ttt, tllt. 

CS&il ; Aicnr*, lii* ^iU\ xix, x\u, i&iii. t&«ii. 

ll^lii, 1&1& ; Joliit il«>, ihrir M>ti, &t& . M il 

Iwni <lr, •pnM>r, hu hrulhrr aml hnr. i^. r«ii ; 

Jolin 4«, hw —H%, t'. . \\ itluiu «Ir, «if kil«Urr, 

MUuiml •uo «if Uiltuin, r«ii 
V«y«t, Rubrft, r«*&ii& 
ViMipnot, Vi|Mint. K<>l>rrt «Ir, >ii, ri&n 
VvTon, Vivunnr. WillLam «Ir, »lu« «1« Furt. &&, 

XBii. kiiv ; MaIiMis, hu ^nifr, XX. x&n ; 

JouiM (1«, htt iUu|chtfr. &x 


Wa4«, Joha, •hfrtlTitf I^jiiiltm, l&s« 
Wa^luuB, J«»hn «If, &(-v 
WakoburM, RMhAnl. juiiinr. c%c%i 
WakmnK. WAkrniit;*', .M*i;iia or Mu«'h, c«)m. 

I-Wi, l&iii 
Wftln>C#. WiiliAtn. «11«. • iwi , TImiiia». «■«-« ; 

Rirliarit. rt-«ii 
Wdl«|r|rr««r. Ri< li.Arl «l»*. •< 
Waklm, ftl*lir« of. «I , 4 h. i>f IUrwta-<l Mat} •»'! 

Ht. JamM ««f. •' 
WAl«linKtuua, oiitn. Surr. Iiti«. tttt. I\%\ t 
WAl«lnr« rlui|'lAiii <>f Il>rir7 I. «ntl «-harf • li< r >f 

frlnKUnJ. ^«r«.*rl* )-iii*>T|« of l^iko»!, Ii 
WaIt. J«jlin, rUtii 
WAlrrmntl, Walrraun*!. R>>l>rrl. iit. &*:t. Iii:i. 

Ixi*. I%«. I&«i. It«ii . M i!«uiii, hi* t r«>iit<-r. 

I&«l ; R«ii*rtt. ^ II <>f M illuni, >' \\\.i , Jiihn, 

liia l>niCl»rr. U«i: 

W*l««, (Ulr*. 1«! . « |'>« 

i I*m*f«« «f N«>r*K.^n, l.««.|iTt<\ 

»|i Jorwrnh. i.t. It. Itt . Jt«»n «Ir Krrr«-ni. 

iwtury <UuKbt«r of Kuig Jwhn. h» wifr. Isx . 
IU«i'l. hi« «iin. «i&, t& ; laftlirlU «Ir llnuut*, 
hi« *if**. XI t ; (tUh*. ItM Malrr. Ix 
U a1«^, Pnnrcm i.f. Jt^n. nitkiw ol l>l«anl tb« 

ltl«<-k l*nn«*r, rtftlil, rx&iv 
\lAlr«t. W *iriiat«. lluKb. Iil 
Wa]kluni|>l«>ti. r«>tn. t>r«<Mt. x&xiii. tiX 
Walliiiicfuf>l, r«ia». Ilrrk«, x&«i. cr&xtiu 
— ^^— ^— h«»n<iur ut. It. « &»ii 
\\ •llini(t<'n. hun«l. <*f. r«i«n. .Hurr. i« 
W«l»bAin, hnixl. «*f, r«iaa. N<«rf. triv 
WAhlkttni Iltil« ('rvMi. rtmi. h\m. «ii. rxi« . ftbb«7 

rhur« li itf. Itt 

xhl>«<|a i»f. x&x«. rxn 

Walttin. hun<l. **(, c%im, Surr xrit 

Walti»n <*n thr WuuhU. rom. l.^ir. m ; rh «I 

S|. lUrthMt>Knr«, «A. 
Wjdton. Sir Rm luir«l. kt. rhui ; J«ihn. Um um, U 
— John. nr<rt«*r <»f Weot Bruae*, rtli 

W aiillin«;t"n. J«4in «ir, Ixxx* 

Uarl'Uni:t«>n. rt>m. Ilant». xxxtx. xl. Ixxxt. xr<«, 

t«*« ; l«>r<l tif. Ittxit. S*t K««r 
WArtl. HoUrt «U U, iCrwnr^ uf lb« Kingt 

h<itl*ih>>l t. t« 111 

— **ir **in>«»n. kt. <ii ; John, rtctor U N«*rib 

Kun< titn. (V&v 
W*nl« . J.ihn. <« h««ti«r. rrxxx 
\\ »n*. «-«.iu. Ilrrt*. t»iii, rxn' 

(•ani«-| 'Ir. tttt« 

W4r«hAi», l-«<rt.ii,(h of. r<i«i. lhir«. e«i 
\\ .irL»<-rlh. «A«t!r .,f, rtllll 
\\ 4r!:;i^'l..fcni, «■««m. Surr. xtu 
\\ jn.f.>r 1. It< »''r <lr. «ui 

W Arrr. \^,r>\ !>.• 1«. Nir J«*hn. kt. rxx«, rxxxui 
\\ jim-n. h<in<>ur «if. i«, Ittti. rii 
■ K«-,;inAl>l >lr. rtti«. rxxxiii. rxh ; 

.\it> «I. I.L« «k.f'-. rttl«. « tttill . W lillMB <lr. 

tl.r.r fc.n. Ittt«. rtti«, rxxtiii,rxli , IW nt n x. 
!.«• I\r«t «iifr. rtti« . KrfpiuU<l <!'. Ihnr Mi. 



tb. ; Beatriz and Inbelk, his Biften, i6. ; Mi- 
lisentia, hb Moond wife, t&. See Bardolf 
-— « Edward de, clxxix ; Cecilia, his wife, 

i&. ; John, their son, ib, 

— ^ Gundreda de, wife of William de 

Courcy, li, lii, liii 

Warwick, Ixii 

Earls of, Thomas de Beauchamp, 

clxxzvi ; Guy de Beauchamp, or de Warwick, 
his son, ib.; Margaret de Montfort, hia 
daughter, and Catherine, his granddaughter, 
nunn, ib, ; Richard de Beauchamp, dviii, 
dxxxiii ; Ricbard NcTill, ccii. See Addenda, 


Waslyn, Robert, escheator, clzzz 

Waspe, Roger, Ixxv 

Watlington, com. Norf. zciv 

Watlington, com. Ozf. czvi 

Watmere, forest of, com. Hants, Ixxii 

Watteville, William de, iv, xlv 

Watton-atte-Stone, com. Herts, v, cxxxii, czlvi ; 
manor, called Bardoirs, v, zii, xvi, xvii, 
zxzviii, Izz, Izziii, Ixxxv, Ixxxviii, Ixxxix, 
zcii, xciii, cxvi, cxvii, czzxiz, cxci, cxcv, ccz, 
ccziv ; manor ealled Crowbury, Croweberg, 
Crobberwe, Croubery, or Crowborough Hall, 
czzzix, cxl, cxcv ; ch. of St. Mary and St. 
Andrew, v ; chapel of St Mary at Whem- 
sted, V, xii, xvi, xvii, cxxxiii, cxl 

Wauton, Roger de, xlii, xliii ; Sir John de, kt. 
Ixxxvii, zci 

Waynford, hund. of, com. Suff. czii 

Week, com. Som. Iziv 

Welbeck, abbot of, cxlv 

Welboum, com. Linc. ccxi, ccxii 

Wells, Archdeacon of, Simon, vii 

Welles, Lords, John, cliii, clviii ; Leo, ccvii ; 
Viscount, John, ccxxl 

Welu^n, Welwe, com, Horts, cxcv 

Wendover, com. Baokt, Izxzvii, czx, ezzxi, 
cxxxv, cxxzLZ ; sites in, Irelondes Stokkynge, 
czzzi ; Stokking, zzxv ; wood of Stonygrove, 
ib, ; meadow of Irlondsbnll, ib, 

'■ Rogor de, ii 

Wenlakes-Bamet, liberty of, com. Midd. czzzTi 

Wenlock, prior of, ccxxx 

Wenselowe, Richard, escheator, cci 

Westborough, Westbuigh, com. Linc. zoiz, 
cii, cxvii, cxxvi, cxxix, cxxzv, diii, div, 
clzzz, czd, czcvi, cd, ccii, cdz ; moiety of 
church of AII Saints of, xcix, cxzz, czxzv, 

Westbriggs, com. Norf. eh. of St. Botolph, zcii« 
zdz, czli 

Westminster, poisim ; abbey of, czi ; ch^^ of 
St. Edmund in lame, ib.; chapd of St» 
Stephen in, zzzii 

Westmoreland, Earl of, Ralph de Nevill, czliit, 
ccii, cciz ; Joan of Lancatter, his Moond wils, 

Wetherby, com. Ebor. czlv 

Wethersfidd, oom. Ess. izi, Iziii 

Weylond, William, escheator, zzzii 

Weymouth, borough of, com. Dors. ovi 

Whemsted. See Watton-atte-Stone 

Whichwood, forest of, com. Ozf. li 

Whinburgh, Whinborough, Wliinebafgfaay 
Wineberga, Wynbei^g, Quinbuigfa, oom. 
Norf. Izzzvi, Izxxvii, zciv, cxxv, czzvi, czliii, 
clzxvi, dxz viii, dzzziv, clzzzv, czdii, od» 
cdi ; ch. of St Mary, cxli, clxxxv 

Wliipenade, Wylesnade, com. Buckf. czzzvii 

Whitchurch, com. Ozf. zzziv 

Wliiteberwe, Thomas de, Ixxxt 

Whittington, com. Leic. ccz 

Whitwick, castle and iwnnsne of^ oom. Leio. 
excii, ccz, cczii 

Whyte, William, eschettor, czcv, cd 



WliTtrfi« r«t«T. rtlii 

WirkliAmbffmvli. mim. Suff. rl«iii 

Wirkliam. WrM. mm. Kmt, Uti, liiii ; lor«l 

vt, Itiiu 
WirknMtv, ciicn. Ntirf. m, rt» miv 
Wi«lfardl, WvilrAml. r%>m. Oiuur. m!fti&, mix 
WiK<it. Idruf. 1«. <•». .Km !•!• 
Wi|tmrr«>, A«Um. rtl 
WiKmoffv, AMmH of, cr lum 
Wilbf»liAai, drAiirnr of, mm. C«mh. rliTi 
Wilbvdbaa rana, WiltmncliAm, WillmrtiMn. 

clSTi, rliviii. rUlivii, cri, mi« ; rh. «if .M. 

Jobn £«miiir>*h*l, rli%i. rltti ; hi»(li alur, lA. 
■I ' Robrfft. rm>\. r«-« 

Wilbj, WillM7, r«ini. SulT. rltitiii. rrii, criin ; 

rb. of Si. Marjr, dtitiu 
Willbnt, btto«l. aixI ilt^nrf^ of, r^im. SalT. 

WUIiMM tbo Con<|urfiir. Kin( of KaKUad. liii. 

liv, Unvii, rxii. ritii ; MjaiMiA, bi* i»ifr. 


WilliMB, (*<lOtr. aon of thr kinc. rill 

William, l*r\AlM-r of Kmie llrnr^ II. Iiiii«. 

WilliAm. tbmfr of < >t^*r*l»hirr. h 
William, rbMnlirrUin of llrnn I. Ii 
Williii4«l«m, hun-l «if, rwm. Su«. i>-«, m 
WilkmKbhy, W«.|u<hh;. WiIk-I.^. huml. of. 

rom. Liar. r«t ; ».•» a hamlrt nrttr AnrocCrr. 

I*. rxvtii, Clt««. rtt«iil. rttit. rittiv. rliii 

WUhmfctkby, \a^\ R»l*rrt. rlttii 

I ■! Sir ^ tlliam. rlttti. rrtni ; J«»n. 

bii «il», i^. : (WiltA, thrtr «Uuishtrr. rruui 
Wilminirtflii, WyiicHon. W>,:«-tnn. n>m. Su«. 

Iiu, im, ritt^i 
WiltBbirv. lUrl xf, iftmr« llutlrr, n-tt 

■ •hrff^ff rif. KMbr^l. rtti 

WtmhotAbftm, «Nini \«>rf. t>-i« 
Wtm^Miramlir, «t>)<H of. ertti 

Wmrhmlrr, ix, iit, xixi. xxxis ; dioram *4, « 

llMbot» uf. WolrbrllM, rail ; W.l 

liMB (iiflMtl. bi ; KirWd, «, n ; 1*»«^ 4t« 
R«irb««. mit, iiii ; WUImai A» Wavnllrtr. 
rini. /(m CWdimU 
-^— — KatI ui, Ro|t«r 4o t^ifM7. itu, iti. 

Btii. iiiii ; Alioaont, bia oif», ii, iu. itii. 

iiiti, iiii 
Ymf^ mom%j ol tho lloouvr r»iUI. 

m, rrxi, mii, rrxxxu 
PMcroC Koopor of tho Kim** ««^*! 

r«ihr, XIXvl 
WiiHUor. iif. iiii, iivt. xxi^i, il. lii, U«. r«iii 
— — ^— Juhn dr, «orb«Miir, rnt 
Winifham, llrnr^ «lo, mrbmiliir. Ut. U«i 
Winlrrtim. oim. lanr. miu 

Winua, li 

Wuart. Wwr|#, rom. 8«ff. niiv 

Wi«rnh«ir, rom. Km. rUi, mxi ; cb. uf St. Man», 

mtt, miiii ; bftll, crxxi 
Wuliuni, WottUmrM ilM|iolo, Ht. lUr?. cvm. 

Hr-lt riiiii 
— ^^ AI»boC of, CXXXU 
Wodr, AlrtMfkr. rcx ; JoM, rlivii 
WmlrbiKio, Ji4i», rliiit. rliiiii 
WoktoK. boo4. of. rom. fl«rr. lui 
WiJil Nrotim. rum. Kbor. resxviu 
WolfrftiHi, Roic^ «lo, mclMMor, cx« 
H ••ttCAnt^m. eom. Sftlop. msi 
W«iml»n«lirr, Vt%u€ oC. crsss 
W<MalU»r«nij(b. nmi. Noim, liv 
W,N>Uiniljp>. rom. S«tl. cxv, rlsssui 
W miilaliirk. ^»fV«C of, li ; fttkro, |||. ||v, l||v, 

W<Mfi|oanl. Iluxb. rii 

W(«4ti>n (%nirtrfM«. OtoAo, rom. RomL b«. Ix 
Wdffroairr. ilt. Iii. nliii 
B«ib.>f« of. TWoia«A» bi : <M**7 

(iiflaitl, ilui 



Worcester, WillUm of; ccxiii 

Wonnegay, Wermegay, Wermegai, Wormegey, 
Wormegai, Wormgay, Wirmegay, Wyrme- 
gaye, Wyrmegay, Wyrmegey, Wirmengaye, 
Barony and Honour of, com. Norf. Ixzxyi, 
IxzzTii, xci, cii, cxvii, cxxv, cxxvi, cxli, cllii, 
clv, clxiii, clzxvi, clxxnii, clxxx, clxzxi, 
clxxxix, cxcii, cxciv, ccxi ; castle of, Ixxxvi, 
cxli, cxIt ; priory of, Ixxxvii, cxli ; ch. of St 
Michael, xb,; fiaheries at Sechichebrigg, Set- 
chey, and thoee called La Leye, and La Mote> 
czvii ; manor-court, ih.; knight-court, ib, 

Worspring, alias Woodspring, in Ke^-stoke, com. 
Som. liv 

Worth, aliaa Wadeley and Wykingesham, now 
Wadley, in the parish of Farringdon, com. 
Berks, clvi 

Worth, park of, com. Sum. zlviii 

Worthy, W^ordy, com. Hants. Izzziz 

Wotesdon, com. Bucks, Iz 

Wouton, Wootton, com. Salop, cczzz 

Wrawby, Wragebi, Waragebi, Wraby, com. 
Linc. Izzzvii, zoiz, c, czziz, czzz, czzzv ; 
soke of, clzviii 

Wrozhall, com. Hants. zzii, xxiv, xxxvi, Ixxviii, 

Wryghte, Robert, olii 

Wydeville, Sir John, kt. ccxiii, ccxiv ; Katha- 
rine, Ducheas of Norfolk, his wife, ib, 

Wye, com. Kent, clvii 

Wyke, La, com. Suss. xliii 

Regis, com. Dors. ovi 

Bumell, com. Worc. ccxxx 

Wylde, Simon, rector of Stapleford, cxcvi 
Wylton, William de, xxii ; Ralph de, Ivii 
Wymeldon, Richard, escheator, clxxxv 
Wymondham, William de, cxiv ; John, esq. 


Wymondsley, Parva, Prioiy of, Ixzzv 
' Prior of, Ixxxv 

Wyndham, Frances, ccxxiii 
Wynter, Edmund, escheator, clxxxiii 
Wyntrinton, William de, Ixii 
Wyschard, Alice, cxxxix 
Wythomewik, John de, derk, cxxvii 
Wyvelcote, Wilcote, manor of BoteIIer*8 Coarty 
com. Oxf. ccxxix 


Yarborough, Jerburc, wapentake and hand* 

com. Linc. Ixxxvii, zcix, cxxx 
Yattenden, com. Berks, ccxxvii 
Yaxham, com. Norf. xciv 
Yeldham, Gkldham, com. Essex, cxiii, oxiv 
Yelverton, William, esq. clxxvi, clxxxi, dxxxiii 
Ynunesworthe, Reginald de, Ixxiv 
York, city of, xc, xcii, xcv, cvii, cxlvi, ocxi, 

ccxxviii ; castle of^ ccxxviii 
Archbishops of, Thurstan, lii ; Walter 

Qifiard, xxxvii, xliii ; Richard Scrope, cxliii ; 

John Kemp, clviii ; Geoige Nevill, ocxiv 
— ~- Dukes of, Edmund, cxxxi ; Richaxd, dviii, 

cxcii, cciii ; Cecily, his wife, ccix 
«— Mayor and Sherifb of, cxlviii 

Yoxall, conu Staff. ccxxviii ; ch.of 8t Pefter,A. 
Yvor, William, zliv 


Zouche, Zuche, Eudo la, xzii ; William la, 
xxiv, czziiz 






Fo, 68, 6. t» capiU pagine. 

Henricus de Corenhell. 

Rieardus filius Reynerii. 
Isti fuerunt primi Vicecomites Londoniarum, facti ad festum 
Sancti Michaelis, anno gratie M^. centesimo Ixxxviii, anno primo 
regni Regis Ricardi ; et eodem anno destructi sunt Judei per 
Angliam. Eodem anno factus est Henricus filius Eylwini de 
Londene-stane, Maior Londoniarum ; qui fuit primus Maior in Primiu MaUtr 
Civitate^ et duravit Maiorem usque ad finem vite sue^ scilicet 
fere per viginti quinque annos. Et eodem anno idem Rex^ et 
Philippus^ Rex Francie^ aggressi sunt versus Jerosolimam et 
innumerabilis populus cruce signatorum cum eis. 

Johannes Herlisun. ,^ ^»"<» . 

Rogerus le Duc. 

WiUielmus de Haverille. -^*»* 

Johannes Bokointe. 

Nicholaus Duket. ji^ C^.^tocrA 

Petrus Nevelun. 

CAMD. 80C. B 


/'« f0/*fu.m4 llor anno r«ptu9i c%% idcm licx in Alrmannia, dum rfddirrt a 

«^^ Irrrsi Sanrta, ct rcd(*m|itU9 contuiu inilic marcis argcnti. 

M'. cUijj^.. K<)''t*ru9 lo Duc. 

Ko;;(*ru9 hlius Alani. 
IIiM* anno libcratus eat idcm Kcx, ct tcrtio idu9 Martii appli- 
cuit apud SandwyaCy et, fcria (|uarta |)u»t, vcnit cum mag^no 
ap|>aratii nd I^»iidonia9« 
M\C.Urrn*j. WilliotmuH hliu9 Y»a)>cli9. 

WillioImuH hhu9 Athulfi. 
M^.V^Jjrxxjnnj. Ki»h('rtUH BcHaunt. 

Jukcli9 AKKTinaniiUt. 
ikrd4tnt<tu>H4 iioc uiino Wilhclmu9 cum Barba detractua fiiit et siiapensus, 

m%Uuimi riiu» i * i 

ibtfid. octo uluH ApnliH. 

M: v\ (xxj-. (jiidiiniuH <lc Antiochia. 

K(»)H*rtuH tiliuH Duraunt. 

MrC^.Uxxjrrj. KolHTtUH HlundU9. 

NicholauA Dukct. 
M:c*Jxxjrvtj. (.'<»nHtanlinu9 tiliut Athclhulphi. 

K4»)HTtU9 I^*hcl. 

M*.C*Jrgxxr%%j. ArnulphuH tiliuH Athulti. 

KicanluH tiliuH Hartholomci. 
II'»c aiiiK» whuTatuH cst prcdictus Rcx jaculo bali^te in 
huincn» ^inistn», (pii viij*'. idun .\prili% ohiit. Eodcm anno 
coroiiatus cst Joiiatinc.% Kcx iii .\5ccn910ne DomuiL 
M:c:Uxrxtx, Ki»^cruH dc DcmtIo. 

Ja(*(ihu9 AldcrmannuH. 
Am»v M*. ('(*. SviiKtn i\c .Mdcrmanchvria. 

\N illiclmuH tiliuH Alicic. 
IIoc annt» fucrunt xxv. ch^cti dc diM^rctioribus CiTitatit, et 
jurati pri» (*i»nsulcnd(» (*ivitatcm una cum Maiorc. 
M^.CC^j. NonnannuH HliinduH. 

J(»haiincH dc Kavo. 
M*.cr*.%t WallcruH Hrun. 



Thomas de Haverille, i^. OC*. ty. 

Hamo Brond. 

Johannes Walraven. M\CC^.%iif\ 

Ricarckas de Wyntona. 
Hoc anno fuerunt placita corone apud Turrim Londoniarum. 

Johannes Heliland. M^^.CC^.v. 

Eadmundus de la Hale. 

Serio le Mercer. ^"' ^^- ^- 

Henricus dc Sancto Albano. 

Robcrtus de Wyntona. lt>,CO*.vij. 

Willielmus Hardel. 
Hoc anno factum est interdictum per totam Angliam ix. ^ imerdido. 
kalendas Aprilis, quod per vj. annos et xiiij. septimanas et tres 
dies duravit. 

Thomas filius Nigelli. -V». CC.viij. 

Petrus le Duc. 
Hoc anno universitas Anglie fecit homagium Regi Johanni 
apud Merleberga. 

Petrus Junior. ^- CO*- wr. 

Willielmus Wite. 

Stephanus Crassus. M**.co*.x, 

Adam de Wyteby. 
Hoc anno concrematus est quidam Ambigensis apud Lon-^ 

Joceus filius Petri. ^*- ^- ^- 

Johannes Garlaund. 
Hoc anno fuit vehemens ignis de Suthwerk, et combussit ^Jj^f * 
ecclesiam Sancte Marie, et Pontem cum capella, et maximam ^,^ 
partem Civitatis. 

Constantinus Junior. 

Radulphus Helyland. M\cy.xij. 

Hoc anno obiit Henricus filiis Eylwyni primus Maior Lon- 
doniarum, et successit Rogerus filius Alani. 


M*. ii*'. riij. Martinus filius Alicie. 

IVtruJi Bath. 
Ilocaniio ohiit (lalfriclu.n filius Pctri, Justiturius Regis An- 
glicy apud Turrim I^>ndoniaruni. 
M.n\n**j. Salomon <lo Baftinges. 

Ilu^odc Bahin^cs. 
iiitni»#j fffii. iii^. anno ctfcctu.i cst Maior Scrlo le Mercer; et Bsroncs 
ttMu. An^lic intravcrunt I^HKloiuas contra Kegem Jobannem in tcnto 

Gordiani ct Kpliimachi. 
M*. (t\ jrr. Andrcas Ncvclun. 

Johanncs Travers. 
ih, adrtmim Li^ IIoc snno applicuit Lodowicusy filius Philippi Regis Frmncie, 
'^^* qucm Baroncs .\nglie adduxerunt ad eorum subsidium contra 

«\'(4« &#•<. prcdictum Kcgcm Johanncm ; qui vero Lodowjrcus obsedit Cas- 
trum dc Dowrc. I*^cm aiiiio factus est Maior Londoniarum 
Williclmus IlardcL 
M'. ct\ rtj. Bcncdictus Campanarius. 

WilliclmuH Blundus. 

IltK* unno factUH cst Maior Jacobus Aldermanntis, qui durm- 

vit a PaKrha usquc ad fcstum Sancte Trinitatis; quo condemp- 

imto u Muioratu, fartus cst Mai<»r Salomon de Basinges eo<iem 

i»t mrvmmi^»m4 ^li^». ]*\{ (Midoin aimo ohiit Johanncs Hvx et coronatus est Ilcn- 

iUjns Htmr%c%. .... 1 4.1 • 

ncus, tilius cjus, apud (ilovcnuam, quia pnipter guerram intcr 
ipsum ct prcdirtum I^Mlowycum ct Banmcs Anglie adhuc |>er- 
ftcvorantcin ad I^indonias vcnirc et ihi coronari non potuit. 
J/'. ((*. j.^. Itcm Kadulfus Ilflvlauiidc. 

lliomuH Hukcrrl. 
IIoc anno rcix*sHit I^>dowycus de Anglia, facta pace inter 
Kc;:rin prciiictum Ilcnhrum ct ipsum I.<«Klowycum et Barunes 
.\tii:lic ; ct itcnim S4*rlo lc Mcrccr factus est Maior Londonta- 
rufii, f)ui dumvit \h'T quinquc aiiiios. 
Ja^ 'f' :.♦.. Joccus Pondcrator. 

Jolianncs Vvcl. 
Xi *t ..j. Itcm Johanncs Vvcl. 


Ricardus de Wymbeldon. 
Hoc anno in die Pentecostes coronatus cst idcm Rex Henri- ^ wroMtumt 
ricus^ apud Westmonasterium, Hugone de Burgo Justitiario ^^*^^ 
totius Anglie ; et beatus Thomas Martir translatus est postea 
in Crastino Octavarum Apostolorum Petri et Pauli. 

Ricardus Ryngen m^. CC^. xx. 

Joceus Junior. 
Hoc anno fuerunt placita corone apud Turrim. 

Item Ricardus Renger. ^*"- ^- *^* 

Thomas Laumbert. 
Hoc anno suspensus fuit Constantinus filius Athulfi, et sine 

Item Thomas Laumbert. ^- w». xxij. 

Williebnus Joyner. 
Hoc anno factus est Maior Londoniarum Ricardus Renger, 
qui duravit per v. annos. 

Item Johannes Travers. m\ cc^.janij, 

Andreas Bukerel. 

Item Andreas Bukerel. j/^o. c^. xxi%ii 

Item Johannes Travers. 

Martinus filius Williebni. AT». cc. xrv. 

Rogerus le Duc. 

Item Martinus filius Williehni. ji/b. cc, xxwf. 

Item Rogerus le Duc. 
Hoc anno fuerunt placita corone apud Turrim, et Johannes 
Herlisun defecit in lege sua, quam vadiavit pro morte Lam- 
berti de Legis, cui Dominus Rex concessit vitam et membra ad 
instantiam precum Mulierum Civitatis ; et factus est Hospita- 
larius in Hospitali Jerosolyme. 

Henricus de Cokham. AT». CO*. xxvij. 

Stephanus Bukerel. 
Hoc anno factus est Maior Londoniarum Rogerus le Duc, 
qui duravit per iiij. annos. 


M*. C<y. rjr%%j, Itrm Stcphanun Rukrrrl. 

Itcin IIiMiriruH t\e (*f>kliani. 
M\ CX*. rjxr. WalliTU» clf \V\iitonia. 

RolMTtUH iilxUS Jit\\'dt\Ul%, 

In ri*c*t*ssu i%t«iruin cK* Kallivn sua rontm fr^tum Sanrti Mi- 
chacli*!, cunnc-s AhlcTnianin vt Mai^natcs CivitJitii |)cr a!i%rn!ium 
univcTHonnn (*iviuni, quoci nuUo tcmfKirc [>cmiittcrcnt ahc|urni 
vicvc*omitcMn nclinitti in vicvromitatu pcr duus aiinos conttnuu», 
sicut priuH cx?ititc*rant, 
M:Cfy.m. JciiianncH clc* Wouhurnc. 

Kic*arcluN tiliuH Waltcri. 

M\Ct\rrjy. WaltcTUH lc» Buslc». 

Mi(-iiaci dc* Saiicta IIt*lcna. 

IIiH* aniio fa<*tus rst Maior Andrcas Rukcrel in fcsto Sjrmonis 
ct Juclc*, t't cluravit pcT \ii. annoH. 
M*.Ct\rrrij. Hcnricus clc» Kciolinctcin. 

(iiTarilus Hat. 

IIoc aiino |MTM*(*utuH cHt prcclirtUH Iluhcrtus dc Bun;o, Ju«- 
titiariuH, maximiH |HTHcrutionii>UH, ita quod prcccptum fuit 
Maii»ri c*t vic*cc*ofnitihuH |mt litcran Domini Kci;i% qucMl ipH« 
captUH fuissc^t, ui>ic*unic(uc* csvt invcntun. Qui |M>Htca fus^irnH, 
posuit sr 111 cpiaiiciain (*apc*ilain apuii Hov*um Arsum im HranH' 
%r*iiidr ' ; uncir cxtrac^tun fuit jmt vim,rt |MiHtca rcminHUH ihidcm 
|M r U<ii:cTUin KpiMM»puin I^Midciniaruin. Ipnc vcni pont tnodi- 
cuin tciiipus rcddidit m> Doniino Kci:i iii miHcriciirdiam «uam, ct 
ductuH cHt apud Turriin Londoniarum ; dcindc apud Castruin 
dc DcvincH, dc quo (^astro cvasit, ct poiuit sc in quadmm ecrlcsta 
)>ro MMMiritatc hai>cncia : dc qua ccn^lcnia eum cjccit Ricardus 
Marrsc^dlus. tunc ComcH dc IVnhrok, intcr qucm ct Domtnum 
Kc::cm m(»ta fuit mai^na diHHciiMo. (luo Kirmrdo mortuo, idcm 
Ilui>crtuH, cum (iiDicrto, fratrt* prcdic*ti Kirardi, ct aliis Ban>ni- 
buB, qui antca fucrunt contra Kci;cm, ad paccm I>umini Re* 
gis apud UloTemiam admissus fuit. Eodem anno in Tigilia 


Assumptionis beate Marie, Cives Londoniarum monstraye- 
runt se armatos a la Mile Ende et in foro Londoniarum bene 

Rogerus Blundus. Anma 

Symon filius Marie. ^'' ^' "*** 

Iste Symon, in primo termino vicecomitatus sui^ tam male 
dissipavit bona, qusc exierunt a vicecomitata, quod non permis- 
sum est ei ea amplius recipere ; et per Maiorem et cives com- 
missa est cura clericis vicecomitatiis ad iUa colligenda et salvo 
ponenda ad firmam Domini Regis adquietandam. 

Radulfus Elwy, Mercer. M^cc.xxxUij. 

Johannes Norman. 

Item Gerardus Bat. M^.cc.xxxp. 

RobertUS Hardel. j^eyrv a la eimt 

Hoc anno Alianora^ filia Comitis Provinde, venit in Angliam, 
et ibidem coronata est Regina. 

Item Henricus de Cokham. M.HX)^.xxx9f. 

Jordanus de Coventre. 
Isti ceperunt omnes nautas in Kidellis stantibus per Tamisiam De captumg 
et adduxerunt cum retibus suis ad Londonias, et incarceraverunt '^*^"^'"»*- 
eos in Neuwegate, qui omnes amerciati fuerunt coram Domino 
Rege apud Keningtone ; qua misericordia remansit vicecomiti- 
bus Londoniaruni per judicium ; et tunc fuerunt retia eorum in 
Londoniis concremata. 

Johannes de Tulesan. Jf.CC.xxxnj, 

Gervasius Camerarius. 
Hoc anno obiit Andreas Bukerel, et factus est Maior Ricar- 
dus Renger. 

Johannes de Wylehale. ii^.CO».xxx9iif, 

Johannes de Koudres. 

Hoc anno obiit predictus Ricardus Renger, Maior, et factus 
est Maior Willielmus Joynier. 

Item Radulfus Eswy, Mercer. M^.CC.xxxiae, 

Reginaldus de Bungeye. 


Electis iitis antc festum Smncti Michaelis, orta est disscntio 
in civitatc, quia Symon filiuA Marie impetniTerat litterms Keg;imii, 
ut ipsum admitterrnt Virecomitem. Quidam autem Ms^ates, 
cum Maiore huo, Williclmo Joynier, noluerunt consentire ; %ct 
dirt*hant ipsum Ikk* im|)etni!ise contrm libertmtes sums. Kt quim 
ipse Symon tunctemporis non fuit mdmissus Vicecnmes, I>omi- 
nus Kex motus fuit in iram, unde Cires mdierunt (^urimm Kctfimm 
md impetrandam gratiam Kegin, et non potuerunt ; itm qucNi \f a- 
iore carebant usque ad fcHtum Sancti Ilillarii, et tunc admisnus 
est (icrardus Bat,qui remansit Maiorusque ad festum Symonis 
et Jude. 
j^^^ Johannes dc (ieseorz. 

M\ CX\ W. \l vrhael Tliov v. 

II(K* anno dc<lirata cnt ecclesia Sancti Pauli I»ndoniaruni. 
IIoc anno iterum electus Uerardus Bat, Maior, cum quo quidam 
Cives |)errexcrunt apud WcKiestok ad illum presentandum, et 
Dominus Kex noluit cum ihi admittere, antequam reniret Lon- 
doniis. Kt cum vcnis«»et ihi tertia die, admisit eum, et sacrm- 
mcnto suo accepto, quml omnim, prius captm et mcceptm, restitu- 
erct, ct xl. lihrms non arciperet, quas Maiores antem m Ciritate 
ca|K*rc solchanty dixit in rccesAU suo, "Ileu! I^omine, ex htis 
p<isscm tiliam mcam maritarc." Kt hac de cmusm motus est 
Kex in irmcundiam, ct inrontincnti juravit super altmre Smncti 
Stcphmni |H*r Sanctum Kdwardum, ct pcr suum sacrmmentum 
qu(Kl co dic conficichmtur in illo mltmri ; dicvnSy '^ Tu, non eris 
Mmior h(K? mnno,ct pro minimo dicerem, quod nunqumm, Vmde^ 
miKlo.** Ille autem Gerardus, nolens hahere malivolentiam Do- 
mini Ke^s, rehquid Maioratum, et directus est Reginmldiu de 
Bunge, Mmior I^ndonimrum.*. j*/. Johmnnes filius Johannis Vyel. 

Tliomas de Dunelmo. 

ik0fhfm$tiu. iioc anno factus est eclipsis solis infra quindenam Smnct 
MichaeUs circa horam nonmm, dum sepelietor Rogerw» Epiaoo- 


pu Londonianini. Hoc anno factus est Maior Radulfus 
Elwy qui duravit per tres annos. Hoc anno rediit Comes 
Ricardus, frater Regis Henrici, in festo Sanctorum Fabiani 
et Sebastiani anno regni ejusdem Regis XXVP. a Terra 
Sancta in Londonias ; et hoc anno Dominus Rex petiit licentiam 
a civibus ad crucem Sancti Pauli, die Jovis in epdomada Para- 
sceves^ transfretandi in Wasconiam ad subsidium Comitis de la 
Marche contra Regem Francie ; qui, post modicum tempus^ />« «miu/wea- 
transfretavit. Hoc anno captus est Willielmus de Marisco, '*^** -^^^* 
qui rectatus fuit de proditione Domini Regis, in insula de Lundey 
per Willielmum Bardulf et Ricardum de Warene, et ductus 
apud Turrim Londoniarum. Postea in vigilia Sancti Jacobi 
Apostoli detractus et suspensus, et in crastino Sancti Jacobi^ in De detnutums 
quatuor partes divisus^ quarum una pars cum capite remansit J|J'''«^"*» <*« 
Londoniis suspensa, et altera. 

Item Robertus filius Johannis. i^*.cc*».arfy.,*» 

Radulfus Eswy, Aurifaber. r^jacr/r^^ 

Hoc anno iterum factus est Maior Radulfiis Eswy^ et quia 
Dominus Rex non fuit in Anglia^ presentatus fuit Capitali Jus- 
titiario Domini Regis^ scilicet, Archiepiscopo Eboracensi^ apud 
Keningtone, et ibi juratus et admissus. Et hoc anno rediit Rex 
de Wasconia contra festum Sancti Michaelis. 

Hugo Blundus^ Aurifaber. 

Adam de Gisebume. •^"*. «*V. '^* 


Hoc anno iterum factus est Maior Radulfus Eswy et pre- 
sentatus Domino Regi apud Westmonasterium. Hoc anno 
fuerunt placita corone apud Turrim Londoniarum in crastino de 
le Hokeday, et duraverunt usque ad festum Saiicti Bamabe 
Apostoli. In illis placitis remissa sunt essonia, que solebant pre- 
sentari in dieprecedenti ante diem placitomm corone apudportam 
Turris Londoniarum de morte illomm, qui attachiati fuerunt, 
usque ad placita corone ; ita quod plegii talium semper erint 
indempnes coram Justitiario, si mors illomm^ qui plegiati fue- 
mnt^ per Aldermannum et visnetum testificata fuerit. In istis 

CAMD. soc. c 

XJ I n f . 


pLiritiH nnliiiata fuit If.v Knr.itiris attuiiiiutiH iii (*i\ttatr pr*) 
iii(»rti' iMMiiiiiiN, MVi* liiijiisMHiili fflutiia, ita «|iiim1 ipsi m* |Miitriit 
!iti|)t*r vrmlictuin xlij vtptrutii juratoruiu (i<* trilniH |)rn|>iii4|iitMri- 
hus wardiH, ulii inaluin fartuiii fiicrit, utriiin ipsi siiit rul)>ilr^ 
iiMli', aii iinn ; i*t Ihh* rnratii Justitiarn». lii istis iihiritis %a- 
(lia\it WilliclinuH Hrcaiii iiia;^natii l(*i;c*in. i't rnin))li*\it ratn )kt 
()|)tinic. TutK* t4*tn|M)ris (*t*|)it DoininiiH Ut*x (^ivitatrni iti fn.inu 
hiia, Hrili(Vt, in (Vastinn Saiicti* Triiiitati!i prn rm^iitatpitit* 
Waltori BuriU*r Hitu* warantn; (*t itrruni tradulit t-ani Uaiiuiti 
Kswv, Mainri Lninlniiiaruni, ail (*ustn(lirii(laiii, (lniu*(* rciin-t «li* 
Si*ntia. Nain, pnst iiM^diruni tctnpus, i))s«* inilitavit (*iiiii ina^im 
cxiTcitu HU|H*r Ucixcin S(*nti(* ; scil (*nii(*nrilati sunt. 

J^.rrrw.... NichnlauH Hat. 

rr./.i r<yij Uadulfu» (li* Aroubus, Spiciarius. 

Istis clc(*tiH i*t juratis tcrti.i (lir aiito f«*stuin Saii(*ti .Mirliin '.i. 

rciiiit DniniiiuH Ui*\ do Scntia iti LnndnniiH in Vii^ilia S. . 'i 

MicliacliH, ct itcruin ccpit ('ivit:it<rn iii inaiiu sua pm prct.n ?a 

rausa, prnliilK*tis nc i))si vicoc^nniitc^ ;ili()uid ntlirii sui faccrciit, 

(*t rnininisit (*ivitatciii Uadult'n Kswy. tcnii>nrc Mamri. ct 

Mii*hiicli Tnvy, (|ui catii nistodtcrunt uscpu* od fcstuiii San(*ti 

I-uci* ; iii (jun dic Civcs fc(*cruiit tiiictn vcrsun Uc*.;cin prn iniilc 

lil)riH. In crastinn autctn prcsnitati suut pn*dicti Victctiniitc». 

IIdc atinn, iii fcstn Sancti l)i>tiisii, c nsitTattiH csi Fuicti Ka«s«t 

in c|>is(*npuin Lniid«iiiiar*itn iii cnlcsia Sanctc Trinitatis lU* 

.Mciratc. Ilni* atiiM) factuH cst Mainr Micli.icl Tnvv. II-iC 

aniin niilita\it I)nininuH \lv\ supcr Davidctn tiliiirii Ix*\vrliiii in 

Waliiam cuni cxcrcitu nun. In rcccssii istnruin dr Kaliiva sum. 

onvcnicntihuH (*ivihuH apud (fildliali. (piartn dic atitc fcstutn 

S;iticti MichadiH, ad t lii^ctidnH VicccninitcH, nrichatur in Civitatc 

luaxitna diHscnsin pcr Sirtinucni tiliuni Maric, r|i)i intcilu^criH 

Mainrctn vcllc adtnittcrc Nichnlautn Knt in vi(*ccninitatu ariMi 

H(*()uci)ti, dicchat sc prnhaturiiin illuiii |N*rjurum, si di(*tuiii Ni* 

(*h(daum [H*rmittcrt*t iii vif*t*(*nmitatu |>cr hiciitiium, r^>htra 

MQnmentum qutxl univcni Aldrrmaiini frccrunt |)cr aHftrn«um 


totius Civitatis tunc temporis xv. annis transactis, sicut preno- 
tJitum est. Propter quod dictus Symon commisit pro reverentia 
Maioris Aldermannatum suum in manum Civitatis in miseri- 
cordiam. In Vigilia Sancti Michaelis elegerunt quidam de 
Wlgo Nichoiaum Bat pcr assensum Maioris, et Magnates ele- 
gerunt Adam de Benetleye, contradicentes dictum Nicholaum 
non esse admittendum per biennium, et exierunt fere omnes 
Aldermanni de Gildhall ; et remansit NicholausBat Yicecomes. 

Item Nicholaus Bat. f '• ^^•.''•'' ** 

Jint annx reyiix 

Adam de Benetlcye, Aurifaber. 'rt<fi$xxxx, 

Dicto vero Nicholao amoto positus est loco ipsius Johannes 
de Gyseorz. Johanne autcm facto Maiore, factus est Vicecomes 
Robertus de Korenhelle. 

Hoc anno electus est Maior Michael Tovy in festo Symonis 
et Jude, et quia Dominus Rex tunc temporis erat in Wallia 
incontinenti non fuit presentatus ; sed postea, tertia die 
post festum Sancti Bricii, presentatus fuit Domino Regi apud 
Wudestok in advcntu suo de Wallia, et Dominus Rex noluit 
eum admittcre in absentia fratris sui, Comitis Ricardi; sed 
posuit Civibus dicm usque ad xiij diem post predictum diem 
apud Wyndlesoram. Ad quem diem Cives venerunt et pre- 
dictus Michael apud predictum locum, deferentes secum cartas 
suas de libertate sua et de maioratuj quibus lectis coram Do- 
miiio Rege, posuit Civibus iterum Dominus Rex diem apud 
Londonias in adventu suo ; qui vero veniens apud LiOndonias in 
Vigilia Sancte Lucie fccit vcnire coram se omnes Aldermannos 
Civitatis in crastino apud Westmonasterium. Qui omnes, ex- 
ceptis Michaele Tovy, Nicholao Bat, Thoma de Dunelmo, 
Radulfo Sperling, Johanne de Koudres, jurati coram Domino 
Re^c, examinati fuerunt de electione Nicholai Bat ; qui dixe- 
runt quod ipsi contradixerunt electionem illam, die quo illa 
facta fuit, quia nuUus Vicecomes deberet esse per biennium 
secundum statutum Civitatis et sacramenta Aldermannorum 
et Magnatum Civitatis, que fecerunt tunc temporis xv annis 


ela|)!ii9. Undc dictui NichoUus dcpositus fuit in Crmttino 
Sanrtc Lucie a viccromitatu, ct I>ominu9 Kcx posuit in loco 
8uo Johanncm dc Gvscorcz. Postca vero dictus Johanncs fartua 
est Maior in sccunda dic antc fcstuni Sancti Ilillarii, et codcm 
dic prcscntatus Domino Kc(;i apu<l Wcstmonastcrium ct admia- 
sus. Nam Dominus Kcx noluit dictum Michaclem Tovt admit- 
tcrc in Maioratum pro asscnsu prcnotato, qui rcliquit Maiorm- 
tum, ct factus e.nt Maior Johanncs dc (iysc<irx. Postca in fcsto 
Sancti Vincentis Civcs, quia mm hahucrunt nisi unum Viccc«>- 
niitcm, cligcrunt Kot)crtum de Korcnhelly ct remansit vice- 

if». fY*-Wi, •« Itcm Symon filius Maric. 

.'•*. ••■• ^** I^urcntius dc Frowvk. 

lloc anno ccpcrunt (*ivcs Londoniarum ripam Rcginc ad 
firmain pro I. libris i)cr annum rcddendis Comiti Kicanlo, et 
Ix. Kolidis Intinnis Sancti Kpdii extra Londonias. Kodcm anno 
factus cst Maior Pctrus filius Alani ; et eodem anno, scilii*et, 
anno gratie M**. CC". xlvj". vicesimo die Februarii, factus est 
tcrre motut apud Londonias circa honun nonam. Iloc anno» 
M*ilict*t, xvj. dic .Vprilis, soror Domini Kegis ex parte matris 
suc, filia (*ountis dc la Marchc, vcnit apud Londonias, que 
maritata fuit Comiti Warcnnic. Kodem anno, die lune pn>ximo 
IM)st Ilokcday, adjudicatum fuit in (i ildhall quod mulier ccrta ct 
HIMviti^^ata dotc dotata non {Mitcst nec debet amplius halicrc de 
r«italli» viri sui dcfuncti, quam certam et apecilicatam dt»tcm 
ivihi asHi;;natani, nisi de voluntatc viri aui. Iloc autcm contin- 
gcbat i)cr Mar;;tTiam, rclictan) Johannit Vyel senioris, que 
|M*trlmt in llustin^^o I^mdoiiiarum tcrtiam partem catallorum 

Ekkrrtm^m. dictiviri Aui [)cr multinuMla brcvia l>omini Regis. Iluc anno 
IVior Sancti Hartholomci ct Canonici pcr consihum et auxilium 
Willicltni dc Ilavorillc, Thcsaurarii Domini Kcgisy et Johannis 
i\c KoudrcH, corum S<ikncrc%'c, ct Nicholai tilii Jocev. crcaTe- 
rutit unum novum tmnium in Vigilia Sancti Bartboloroeiy no- 
lcntcji |M*rmittcre qutMl aliquis ponderaret niai cum tronio illo 


et hoc fdit contra libertates et consuetudines Civitatis, unde 
Magnates Civitatis, una cum Maiore suo, Petro filio Alani, et 
multitudine Civium, in Crastino adierunt Prioratum Sancti 
Bartholomei, monentes Priorem et Canonicos ejusdem loci, ut 
presumptionem illam emendarent, et ab illa desisterent; qui 
incontinenti se retraxerunt, et editum fuit per Maiorem et vice- 
comites Londoniarum, quod omnis homo in foro illo vendat, 
emat et ponderat, sicut antea consueverunt. Eodem anno 
obiit Radulfus Eswy, Mercer, in festo Cosme et Damiani. 

Willielmus Vyel. M-.CO*jdvij. U 

T i».T' 1 1 T» /** ***** rtg%% 

Item Nicholaus Bat. rtgii xxij, 

Hoc anno in translatione Sancti Edwardi Regis et Confes- 
soris delata est quedam pars cruoris Domini nostri Jesu Christ 
apud Londonias, missa a Patriarcha lerosolyme Domino Regi, 
que remansit apud Westmonasterium. Eodem anno factus est 
Maior iterum Michael Thovy, et edictum fuit per preceptum 
Domini Regis, quod si aliquis denarius sive obolus retonsus 
inventus fuisset prolatus ad aliquid emendum, statim perfora- 
retur. Tunc omnino creata est nova moneta, scilicet, statim 
post festum Omnium Sanctorum. Eodem anno, die lune post 
Ad vincula Sancti Petri, accessit Henricus de Ba, Justitiarius, a 
Domino Rege emissus, apud Sanctum Martinum Magnum ad 
audiendum recordum, quod datum fuit per querimoniam Mar- 
gerie Vyel, die lune post Hokeday, anno precedenti, sicut in 
hoc rotulo prenotatur ; de quo judicio dicta Margeria conquesta 
fuit Domino Regi, et invenerat plegios ad probandum illud esse 
falsum. Unde convenientibus ibidem Maiore et civibus, perlecto 
illo recordo, et universis brevibus Domini Regis, quod dicta 
Margarita impetraverat, lectis et auditis, dixit Justitiarius, 
'^ Ego non dico quod judicium istum sit falsum, sed debilis est 
processus illius, cum nulla fit mentio in recordo isto de summo- 
nitione adversariorum dicte Margerie, et cum Johannes Vyel, 
vir illius, fecit testamentum, non pertinebat ad vestram Curiam 
tale placitum terminare." Cives responderunt, '^Nonfuitnecesse 


ad illoH »umiii«>tieti(lt»s, qui Im^iia dcfuncti liabucnint, cum ipsi 
•kCiniMT prompti fucruiit, otTcrcntcn ne standi ad rrrtuiu diotc 
Mar^^crio iti (\iria no.stra ; rt ctinm lM*ne |Mituimu9 illud plari- 
tuiii plaritaro |K*r nnsonsum dunrum {Mirtium niliil cmlumpnian- 
tiutn si\v |H't4Mitium foruiii ccrlcsiaaticum, ct dcsirut I>ominu<i 
Kox iiohift |H*r hrcvc suum illud tcrminare precepit/' Tandrm 
inulti» altcrcationihua intrr Justitiahum et Cives fartis, dixit 
JuntitiuriuH ** (|u«mI u.Mcndcrct illa omnta Dumino Kcs^ ct con- 
hiliti Hiio.** ct hic rcccHAcrunt. Pontea rero ac aolummcMlo dc 
cauna (*cpit I)oininu?( Ucx (*ivitatcm in manu aua, et rommiftit 
cam (HT hrcvc Huuni Williclmo dc IIa%'erille et Kdwardo dc 
WcHtmona.stcrio ad custodicndam, !icilic«t, iii Vii^lia Sancti Bar- 
tliolomciy utulc Maior ct ri%'cs acrciserunt ad Regcm apud 
Wud(*Htok, oHtcndcntcs ci qu(Hl nichil deliquerunt ; et non 
|M)tU(Tuiit ^ratinm cjua im]M^trare. (Auare in adventu eorum 
apud I>(mdoniaH prcdirtus Williclmus de llaTerilie cepit sa(*ra- 
ntcntum dc rlcriri» ct dc univcrsis servientibusy qui pertinelMiiit 
ad vi(*c(*oinitatuin, ut csscnt intcndentes ei, Maiore et vicc- 
comitihuH a Ralliva Hun nmotis. Pustea in die I>ominica ante 
Natixitatcm Saiirtc Mnric rcccpcrunt Maior et vicecomites 
(^ivitatcm in maiiihu» suis |M*r lii*cntiam Kegis, et dies datus e%t 
vi% ad rctpoiKlctKlum dc pn*(li(*to judicio coram Kege ct Baro- 
iiihuH Huin iii (VaMino Translationis Sancti Edwardi apud 
NVrst inonastcriuin. 
-V-. ff\ Wit.i. Nirholaus tiliun J<K*cy. 

r,y.,r^/M*^/.,K (laltrnluH dc n yntim. 

II<H* aniK) rivcs I^MKhiiiiarum ad petitioncm Domini Regis, 
iion (Niarti, ct qiiasi roarti, adduxcrunt merces suas ad nundi- 
iins Wc!itmoiiaHt(Tii dic Sanrti tlilwardi, et etiam Cives plurium 
(Mvitatum .\tiglic |H*r prr(*t*ptuni Doniini Regis ibi venerunt 
ruiii nu*r( ihu!i ?iuin, (pii oiiincH iii illis nundinis moram fecerunt 
pKiiariain prr quitKlrrim dics, univcrsis sopis et aeidis merca- 
toruin III I^UKltiiiii!! intcrim rlaufiis. In Crastino Tero Sancti 
K<lwariii Mauir ct rivc» romparucrunt apud Wealmonaalerium 


ad respondendum de prenotato judicio, quod facturo fuit contra 

predictam Margeriam Vyel, et sic de die in diem usque ad 

quartum diem ; quo die Dominus Rex rogavit illos, ut conce- 

derent Abbati Wcstmonasterii ad habendas libertates, quos 

ipse ei dederat in Comitatu Myddelsex, in excambium aliarum 

libertatum, quas Cives potuerunt de jure petere. Ad quod 

Cives responderunt, " quod nichil inde facere potuerunt sine 

assensu totius Communc.'* Quin apprehensus Rex, quasi motus 

in iram, fecit eos venire coram se, et multis altercationibus factis 

super predicto judicio, et Ilenrico de la Mare, affine predicte 

Margerie Vyel, semper allegante contra Cives ; tandem habito 

consilio Episcoporum et Baronum coram Domino Rege Maior 

et cives quieti recesserunt. Eodem anno factus est Maior ite- 

rum Michael Tovy. Memorandum quod cum Symon filius 

Marie pro delicto suo tradidisset Aldermannatum suum in 

manus civitatis, sicut superius notatum est, tunc per assensum 

totius commune Maior rcddidit ei Aldermannatum suum, tali 

conditione, quod ipse concessit, si amplius aliquo tempore con- 

tra libertatem Civitatis veniret, quod Maior posset sine placito 

vel contradictione aliqua Aldermannatum suum in manus 

Civitatis rehabere, ipso penitus amoturo. Unde hoc anno, 

quia dictus Symon steterat manifeste cum Margeria Vyel in 

querimonia, quam illa fecerat Domino Regi de judicio dato per 

Cives, de quo ipsa convicta fuit, sicut prescriptum est, et ob 

multas alias pravas causas et detestabiles, quas ipse contra 

Civitatem occulte perpetraverat, Maior cepit Aldermannatum 

illum in manum suam, ipso omnino amoto ; et homines illius 

warde, accepta licentia eligendi, elegerunt in die Lune ante 

mediam quadragesimam Alcxandrum le Ferrun, et etiam in 

absentia illius, qui postea veniens in Hustingo, die Lune se- 

quenti, admissus est Aldermannus. Eodem anno in festo 

Sancti Mathci venerunt rumores Londoniis, quod Rex Francie, Dt caftUm» 

navigans cum magno exercitu Christiano super Sarracenos, ^^^JIJ^^JJ^^^ 


cr|)onit Damictrm, munitissimam civitatem in Eg}*pto, scilicet, 
iii Octava Sancto Triiiitatia prccedcnti. 

ji- mrt^.jUx, Itcni Johanncs TulcMin. 

•.>.<.i.». liadulfu» Ilardcl. 

xxx«M. II<N* aiino ctcctu» cst Maior Uo^crus filius Rogcn, ct etiam 

in ahHcntia huu ; ct poHtca adniisisus o Doniino Iiet;e apud 
Uofliam. Kodciii aniio rccu|)eniverunt Civcs, tcrtim dic ]M>ftt 
K|>iplianiam, coram Uc<;c, duas ]«|)ccics lil>crtatum, undc clon- 
gati fucraiit |mt plurcs aiiiios. Nam Ucx coiicesHit^qucMl Judci, 
<]ui antca warantizati fucrant \\ct brcvc dc Scaccario, de cetcro 
placitaHM*nt coram (*i\il)as dc tcncmeiitis luis in I>i>ndofiiis. 
(\)ii(*cHsit ctiam qucMl Cyroi^raphahi ariH! judcorum fuinMMit 
tayliatiy sicut alii Civcs. II«k* aiino, dic I>ominica in mcdia 
quadrai^CHima, convcnicntibus fcrc univcrsis tam vihs quam 
mulicribuH Londoniarum |M*r prcceptum Domini lU^i^is apud 
WcHtmonastcrium iii ma;;na aula, ccpit Dominus Uex cruccm 
ad proticiM*cndum in suthsidium Tcrrc Sancte. Memorandum, 
cum Dominus Ucx multoticns rcquisisset cives, ut concederent 
Abbati WcHtmonastchcnHi lilM^rtatcs, dc quibus in hoc rutulo 
pn.*dixiinuH, quod, Ium* anno, scilicct, in die Mercuhi in septi- 
mana Pentcc«)Htcs, captus fuit dics amohs, ad |Mrtitionem Do- 
mini Uc^is, intcr Civcs ct Abbatcm ; quo die Maior, et innu- 
mcrabiliH |M»puluH (*ivitatis cuni eo, vciiit apud NovuniTcmplum^ 
Abbate ibidcm cxistente, prescntibus ibi Willelmo de Ilavehll, 
Tlicsauraho, Ilcnhco dc Ha, Uo^cro de Turkelbvt Johanne de 
(latcndciic JuHtitiahis, et idiiH ibidcm a Doniino Keee missis* 
(luibus volciitibus halMTc (*olltM|uium cum Maiorcct .Vldcrman- 
nis, univcrHUH |M)puluH contradixit iion |M*rmittcnM illos, sine tota 
(*ommuna, indc aliquid tractarc, ct clamabant omncs una roce 
qu(Ml in nullo articulo a liWrtatibus suin UHitatis discrdcre volue- 
runt, quas ha)M*iit |)er cartas Doniini Uct^is et predecessorum 
suonim. Tunc datus est dics cis per Justitiahos, ut essent conuii 
Domino Kege apud Wyndlesoram, die Martis sequenti«ac solum- 
modo dc cmusa cepit Rex Civitatem in manus suas, tradens ilUm 


Willielmo Thesaurario, et Petro Blundo, Constabulario Turris^ 

omnibus clericis et servientibus vicecomitatiis eis intenden- 

tibus. Die vero statuto venerunt Maior et Cives apud 

Wyndlesoram^ quos Rex volens occasionari^ fecit ponere ad 

rationem per Justitiarios suos, '^cur cartam quam fecerant 

Abbati Westmonasterii contradixissent, et cur non permise- 

rant homines, qui positi fuerant per preceptum suum in inqui- 

sitione facienda de tumultu facto inter Archiepiscopum Cantu- 

arie et Canonicos Sancti Bartholomei, facere sacramentum?'' 

Nam, parro tempore elapso antea, dictus Archiepiscopus voluit 

inter dictos Canonicos facere visitationem, quod ipsi permittere 

noluerunt. Cives vero responderunt ^* quod nullum diem 

habuerunt ad placitandum ibi contra Abbatem Westmonasterii^ 

nec extra civitatem Liondoniarum deberent placitare ; et si de- 

buissent inde placitare^ nullum judicium recipere inde deberent 

in absentia parium suorum^ scilicet Comitum, Baronum Anglie ; 

et quod nullus homo Londoniarum debet jurare^ nisi per sacra- 

mentum^ quod fecerat Domino Regi, et in fide qua tenetur ei, 

in aliqua inquisitione, nisi fuerit ubi aliquis posset perdere 

vitam vel membra, vel ad terram perdendam sive lucrandam/' 

Postea habito consilio inter Regem et consilium suum retradita 

fuit Civitas Civibus^ et datus est eis usque ad Translationem 

Sancti Edwardi. Eodem anno circa festum Sancti Jacobi vene- 

runt rumores Londoniis, pro dolor ! quod predictus Rex Francie Regit Franae. 

captus fuit a Sarracenis^ fratribus suis et fere omnibus de 

exercitu Christiani sive captis sive occisis. Ipse vero^ post 

modicum tempus, postea redemptus fuit per Templarios et Hos- 


Williehnus filius Ricardi, le Prestrc. j/*».cc»i». i» 

HunfriduS le Fevre. .fineannirf^i 

regit xrjniy. 

Hoc anno factus est Maior Johannes Normannus. Ek)dem anno 
statutum est per Cives die Lune post festura Sancti Michaelis, 
quod custodes Pontis Londoniarum a die illa in antea, nihil 
possent habere, capere vel clamare de navibus sive rebus Civium 

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trmnseuntiuin per mediuai Pontii, qui antem cmpere tolelNmt de 
Dt obiiu Fr^ qualibet nave CiTium, sicut forinsecorum» zij d. Eodem anno 
Oufnrt Impm ^j^jj^ Frethericus, Imperator Romanorumy qui duxerat sororem 

Regis Hcnrici, filiam Regis Johannb, in uzorem» et Papa reoessit 

de Lugduno usque ad Mediolanum. 
iT;!^/)!^? l^m NichoUus Bat 

fk9k4 0%n% Tt^Wk% 

ftyuw.yniM. Item Laurencius de Frowyk. 

Hoc anno fuerunt placita corone apud Turrim Londoniarum 
in Crastino Sancti Michaelis, in quibus Alexander de Minjrnes» 
Johannes Duraunte, Andreas Ptpararius, et Willielmus Duraont 
fecerunt magnam legem, et similiter Thomas de Falejse et 
Iseuda de Tateshall, qui Tadiarerant magnam l^em in ultimis 
placitis antea apud Turrim placitatisy eam tunc temporis com- 
pleTerunt. Et JohanneSy dictus clericus, defedt in lege sua ; 
ideo fuit morti adjudicatus. Eodem anno, in festo TrmnsU- 
tionis Sancti Eadwardi, CiTCs Londoniarumt ad petitionem 
Domini Regis, obtulerunt magnos cereos ad altare Sancti Ed* 
wardi, scilicet, quolibet oSicio, unum cereum quadratum. Hoc 
anno factus est Maior Adam de Basing, in festo SjmonU et 
Jude. Hoc anno in festo Sancti Stephani infra NatiTitatem 
maritaTit Dominus Rex Margaretamy filiam suam primogenitamt 
Regi Scotie. Hoc anno in Crastino Sancti JohanaU BaptUte 
fuit maximus estus, et duraTit per quinque dies. 

i/*.rc^. /•••.•• Willielmus dc Dunelmo. 

Thomas de Wjrmbume. 
IIoc anno factus est Maior Johannes Tulesan. Eodem anno, 
die Martis, scilicet tertio dedmo die Maii, Archiepiscopus Can- 
tuarie et alii tresdecim Episcopi, Pontificalibus induti et arcensU 
candclis in magna auU apud Westmonasterium, per assensum 
Domini Regis, in presentU sua et Comitis Ricmrdi fratrU sui et 
plurimorum Coniitum et Baronum, excommuntcaTerunt omnes 
illos qui aliquid perquirerent tcI facerent, per quod libertates 
in cartU contentmsy quas fecerat bmronibus regni sui^ mnno regni 

im4 ••■• ny»» 


8ui nono, in aliquo articulo infringerentur vel inseryierentur 

post illum diem. Postea in Crastino Ascensionis Domini^ 

scilicet, xxx<>. die Maii^ per preceptum Domini Regis, uniyersa 

Communitas Londoniarum congregata fuit in cimiterio West- 

monasterii, ubi Dominus Rex cepit licentiam^ dicens quod trans* 

Aretaret in Wasconiam ; et precepit ut omnes de Civitate con- 

venissent, die Dominica sequenti, ad crucem Sancti Pauli 

coram illis^ quos ibidem esset missurus^ et ibi jurassent fideli- 

tatem Domino Edwardo^ filio suo, et Regine sue^ cui Regnum 

suum erat traditurus. Postea^ negotium iliud positum fuit in 

respectu usque in die Martis in Pentecosten ; quo die imiyer- 

salis Communa Civitatis fecit fidelitatem Domino Edwardo et in 

presentia sua, ad predictam crucem, salva fide Domini Regis. 

Eodem tempore cepit Rex a Judeis universis totam partem 

omnium mobilium suorum, credendo eis per starrios suos ; et 

mandavit per breve suum Justitiariis ad custodiam Judeorum 

assignatis^ ut siquis Judeus non satisfecisset de tallagio suo 

infra decimum diem post visum dicti brevis, quod ipse utlaga- 

retur, et portus ei assignaretur et omni domui sue apud Dovre 

ad transfretandum cum proximo vento, nunquam redditurus ; 

quod postea non stetit. Eodem tempore confirmavit Rex per 

novam cartam suam civibus Londoniarum omnes libertates suas, 

leges et consuetudines^ et quas etiam habuerunt tempore Regis 

Henrici primi, usitatas et non usitatas^ et concessit quod vii 

libre sterlingorum per annum allocarentur Vicecomitibus in firma 

eorum pro libertate ecclesie Sancti Pauli, et quod Maior^ qui 

solebat tantummodo presentari Regi, ubicumque fuisset in 

Anglia^ de cetero presentaretur Baronibus de Scaccario apud 

Westmonasterium, si Rex non fuerit Londoniis^ eo tempore quo 

Maior electus fuerit. Et sciendum quod Cives tunc dederunt 

Domino Regi D. marcas pro illa carta habenda. 

Postea, die Mercurii ante festum Sancti Laurentii, posuit se De tratufirta- 
Dominus Rex in mari, transfretandum in Wasconiam. '**^ "^- 


it.r,'.i.... Ric»rdu« Pikard. 

f.'/»i ftyu Johannes de Norhanipton. 

"'^*''^' IIoc anno die Veneris pott pnindiumy idlicet, dectmo die 

Octobrisy excrevit aqua Tamisie ascendent altior, quam unquAin 
fecit temporibus nostriH. Eodcm anno factut ett Maior Nicbo- 
lauH Baty et in crastino presentatus Baronibua de Scaccario 
apud WestmoiMisterium, et juratu» et admissusy sicut conoestiiA 
ext Civibus \ieT cartam Domini Kegis, de qua mentio superiua 
fai*ta est in hoc rotulo. II oc anno circa festum Sancti Michaelb 
statutum est per universam Communam, quod Ballira de Vioo 
Pontis et de Kipa Kegine, quam antea solebant tradi ad firmamy 
tencant quicumque fucrint Vicecomites, reddendi inde Domino 
Kc^ I. libras per annum, et hospitali Sancti Kgidii Ix. solidoa 
et Commune Civitatis xxvii. libras. IIoc anno statutum est per 
Connnunamy ne aliquis de lil>ertate civitatis det de cetero scau» 
vof^tuni de )K*stits suis venditis in cam|>o de Smethefeld, sicuti 

Tnmtits, antea consueti fuerunt. IIoc anno circa quadragesimam rict» 

amws Myddel»ex |)er preceptum Domini Kegis fecit dimii 
oinneH gur^ites stantes per totam Tamisiam versus occidentem ; 
tunr tom|Kiris plura retia, que fuerunt inutilia, cremata fuenmt 
in Westohcp. PoHtea ante Pentecostem Vicecomites Londonia- 
rum, c|uta Ac|ua Taminte |H*rttnct ad LondoniaSy per preceptum 
DtKntiii Ki*t;i'* dtrrucrunt (imncs aiios gurgites a Londoniis usque 
ad nmro. Kodcm anno, vic*eMnio nono die Maii, Domina Ke* 
gttia |>osuit %c in mari ad transfretandam in Wasconiam ad 
cloniirium suum Kcic^^m, ct K^Iwardus tilius ejus cum ea ad 
cloH|><>iisandain Aororcm Kc*p9 llyspannie. 

.«/'■'•'.„.. Willtclmus K^wy, MiTcer. 

.', ■'•**■' KolHTtuH i\v Lintona. 

»» /» • '« .-1* 

""'V Ilor anno clcctus c»t Maior Ixindoniarum Radulfus Ilardel, 

vX (juia Baroni*H de *Scacc*nrio fucnint tunc in l^arliamento apud 
Wyndlesorani, noii fuit in CVastino prescntatUA, sed die sequenti» 
Civc%, dofcrentcs secum novam cartam suam, presentaTerunl 


illum predictis Baronibus, qui noluerunt illum admittere sine 
breve Domini Regis^ dicentes quod Maior anno precedenti non 
fuit admissus ratione predicte nove carte, sed per assensum Do- 
mine Regine^ que tunc fuit apud Westmonasterium, cui regnum 
fuit commissum ad custodiendum. Et statim postea Barones 
ostenderunt breve Domini Regis, per quod preceptum est eis ut 
caperent Civitatem in manus Regis pro assisa panis et cervisie 
in Civitate non observata. Et licet Cives pro hujus defalta non 
debuissent occasionari^ sed Vicecomites tantummodo^ si inde 
fuissent convicti ; tamen capta est Civitas in manus Regis, et 
tradita Johanni de Gyseorz ad custodiendam^ ipso Johanne 
jurato coram Baronibus. Postea clerici et omnes servientes 
Vicecomitum, et etiam custodes Portarum, Tamisie, et Gaole ibi 
juraverunt. Ethoctotum perlocutum fuit in predicto Parlia- 
mento, quia Cives, in se divisi, noluerunt venire ibi coram 
Comitem Ricardum, sicut ei promiserunt, ad terminandum hoc, 
unde ipsi eum multotiens ante rogaverant, scilicet, de excambio. 
Postea, cives accesserunt ad Comitem ad impetrandam gratiam 
suam, quibus ipse posuit diem apud Liondonias, dicens " quod 
nihil inde faceret sine consilio Regis, cui medietas exitus ex- 
cambii pertinebat.^' Postea, tertia die post festum Sancti Ead- 
mundi Archiepiscopi, Cives fecerunt finem apud Westmonas- 
terium versus predictum Comitem, coram consilio Domini 
Regis pro DC. marcis ; et remisse sunt omnes occasiones ex- Remiue tuut 
cambii, et Maior et Vicecomites in Halliva sua sunt restituti. ^*^^^|JJ^ 
Hoc anno rediit Dominus Rex de Wasconia, et veniens per 
mediam Franciam in conductu Regis Francie, posuit se in mare 
apud Wytsant, et applicuit ad Doveriam in septimana Natalis 
Domini, scilicet, die Sancti Johannis; et Regina tunc venit, 
Domino Edwardo filio Regis moram faciente in Wasconiam 
cum sorore Regis Hyspannie,quam jam disponsaverat ; cui pater 
suus dederat Wasconiam, Hybemiam, Comitatum Cestrie, Bris- 
toUiam cum castro, Staunford, et quicquid habuit in partibus 
Wallie. Postea, secunda die ante Epiphaniam, veniens Rex 


LondoniU fecit venire coram te Maiorem et Cives ttalim post 
Epiphaiiiam ; quos Toiuit occmsionari pro eTmsione Johannis de 
Fmmey qui captus fuerat et impriionatus in Neuwegate, quia 
iiidictatus fuit ease consentiens in mortem cujiudam IViori» 
transmariniy qui erat de familia Episcopi Herefordic. Ad quod 
Cives responderunt, ^* quod non pertinet ad eos custodia gaoie, 
sed tantunimodo ad Vicecomites." Quibus reaponsum fuit per 
Kegemy *'quia ipsi faciunt Vicecomitcs, quod ipai debent respon- 
dere pro eis/' Uui dixerunt ^ quod ipsi non faciunt Vicecomites, 
sed tantummodo eligunt, et presentent Baronibus Domini Regis, 
et iili Vicecomites nii |>ossunt facere officii sui, antequam ad- 
missi »unt ad Scaccarium; et quod in nullo articulo debent 
respondere pro Vicecomitibus, preterquam de 6rma Vioeco- 
mitatus, et solummodo tunc, quando sufficientcs illi non sunt 
ad Armam reddendam.** Tandem, multis altercationibus factis, 
capti sunt vicecomites et liberati Marescallo Curie Regia, et in 
craatinum imprisonati apud Turrim Londonianimy ubi moram 
fecerunt per unum mensem et ampliua« Poatcm, drca fettiim 
Puriiicationis Sancte Marie» per muitas rationes Regi oatenaaa, 
dtintBsi sunt Vicecomites per plevinam Maioris ; et Rex ultra 
modum motuji in iram pro iiia evasione noluit iUoa Viceoomitea 
}>crmittere quod illi remansissent Vicccomitea* Unde Cives 
amoverunt eos et eligerunt aiiosy prima die Lune quadragcaimcy 
ftciiicet, Stephanum de OystergatCy Henricum de Walemund. 
m; a\ h. m Matheus Bukerel. 

Johannes ie Mynur. 
IIoc aiino in festo Sancte Eldrede, tunc temporis die Domi- 
nica, soror Kegis Ilispannie, uxor Domini Edwardi, primogeniti 
Domini Kegis, venit Londoniis« cui innumerabilis populus Epia- 
co|H»rum, Comitum, Baronum, Militum et Civium obviam 
exivit a Civitate ; et etiam Dominus Rex in propria persona 
Kua, Civitatc Londoniarum nobiliasime atumata et acurtinata. 

Iloc anno, quia npeciiicatum est in cartis de Maioratu» qiiod 
Cives poasunt amovere Maiorem suum in fine anni, et aliom 

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substituere, vel eundem retinere, si voluerinty ita tamen quod 

Regi ostendatur, retentus est Radulfus Hardel, Maior> qui se 

etiam non amovit a Maioratu, sicut omnes Maiores ante facere 

solebant ; et in tertia die ostensus Regi sedenti ad Scaccarium^ 

et ibi admissus^ ipso non jurato, sed tantummodo onerato per 

sacramentum, quod fecit anno precedenti. Eodem die cepit 

Rex Civitatem in manum suam^ quia Cives^ qui multotiens 

astricti fuerant de auro Regine, noluerunt ad iliud dandum 

assentire; et sic remansit Civitas in manus Thesaurarii, cui 

Rex iliam commiserat, usque ad octavas Sancti Martini ; quo 

die Civitas retomata est Civibus per breve Domini Regis^ quod 

impetraverant apud Wyndlesoram. Eodem anno in festo 

Cecilie, tunc temporis die Lune^ ducti sunt ad Westmonaste- 

rium iiii". et xij. Judei de Lincolnia, qui imprisonati fuerunt 

apud Turrim Londoniarum pro morte cujusdam pueri masculi^ 

quem debuerant necasse apud Lincolniam in despectu fidei 

Christiane; de quibus xviij.^ qui noluerunt ponere se super 

veredictum Christianorum sine Judeis^ quando Rex fuit apud 

Lincolniam^ de morte illa, et tunc de illa indictati fuerunt coram 

Rege, eodem die fuerunt detracti, et etiam^ post prandium, 

et deficiente die, de nocte suspensi. Alii vero Ixxiiij*^. reducti 

sunt apud Turrim. Eodem anno Dominus Edwardus^ primo- 

genitus Regis^ venit Londoniis aWasconia in Vigilia Sancti 

Andree, civitate optime cortinata. Hoc anno Regina remisit 

Civibus Londoniarum omnem actionem^ quam habuit versus DeAwol^gms. 

ilios pro auro suo pro cccc. marcis ; quod scilicet aurum ceteri 

homines de Regno universi dare consueti sunt de finibus factis 

versus Dominum Regem. Eodem anno venit Rex Scotie et Anno hj, 

Regina sua, filia Regis Anglie, in Angliam^ et in Assumptione 

Sancte Marie fuerunt cum Domino Rege apud Wudestok ; quo 

die idem Rex tenuit magnam et nobilissimam curiam^ fere omni- 

bus Comitibus et Baronibus suis ibi existentibus. Postea enim 

Rex Scotie et Regina sua veneruntLondoniis, die Dominica ante 

Decollationem Sancti Johannis^ Civitate omata et inocnrtinata. 


if. n\hj, Wtilielmuji E§wy, I>rmpnariuji. 

RicmrduA de hwelle. 

rwgm* nfu j^. 

Memormndum, cum temporibua preteritis quolibet anno in 
Vigilia Smncti Michaelis nolebmnt no%'i Viceconiites cum Civibus 
equitmre md Neugmte md recipiendos prisones, et sic md omnes 
I^irtms Civttmtis md cmpiendmm fidem et reritmtem de illi», qui 
recipiuiit ixmsuetudinem Civitmtis, quod hoc mimo omne» M*r- 
vientes, qui i>ertinent md Vicecomitmtum, venerunt in Gihlhmil 
eodem die, et ibi cormm Mmiore et Civibus mf&dmverunt in 
mmnus Vicecomitis, esse fideles, quilibet in oflicio suo,qummdiu 
existent in servicio illorum. Hoc mnno iterum eiectus est 
Kmduifus Hmrdei Mmior in festo Symonim et Jude, et quim 
Dominus Kex non fuit LondonimSy presentmtus fuit Bmronibus 
de Scmccmrio et ibidem mdmimsus. 

Hoc mnno, dic Lune mnte festum Smncti Andree, compmruit 
Willielmus de Munchmnesey in Hustingo, et fecit legi testmmen- 
tum Pmuliiie, filie Keginmldi de Bungeye, uxoris sue defunctet 
in quo i|)sm perlegmvermt omnim tenementm sum in Londoniis et 
optulit md probmndum illud, sicut consuetudo Civitmtis est de 
testmmentis, mliquid tenementum, terrmm vel redditum tmngen- 
tibus. Ad quod responsum fuit per iliosy qui dixerunt se esse 
heredes dicte Pmuline, ** quod non fuit necesse md illud testm- 
mentum probmndum, quim noii fuit rmtionmbile. Nmm illm non 
potuit mliquid tenementum legmre, desicut illm fuit sub potestmte 
viri sui.*' Tmndem multis mltercmtionibus inter pmrtes Aictis, 
Mmior et Cives, hmbito colloquio inde in cmmerm, Tenemnl 
et dixerunt, '* quod nuUm muiier desponsmtm poterit nec debet 
mliquod tenementum suum legmre, et si fecerit, inirritom rero* 
cetur; quim nullm venditio, donmtio, dimissioy vel mlienmtio, 
qumm mulier, que hmbet virum, fecerit de terrmy tenementis, sive 
redditibus dcbent esse stmbiles, nisi ipsm venerit in Hustingo 
cum viro suo, et hoc foris mffidmverit.'* Memormndum, quod 
eodem mnno in festo Innocentium, in Cmpellm Smncti Stephmm 
mpud VVemtiiionmsteriam, ooimm Donuno Rcfe et fiytTilti^ sm 


prebuit Dominus Ricardus Comes Comubie, frater dicti Regis, 
assensum electioni principum Alemannie, qui eum elegerant in 
Regem eorum. Ekidem hora illius diei fuit tempestas valida et 
tonitrua, et choruscationes apud Londonias et alibi. 

Usualiter consuetudo est, quando pecunia, quam debent ^ correctUme 
vendi per stateram, ponderatur, quod statera debet trahere in- lugi,, 
clinando versus pecuniam, excepto auro et argento, quod semper 
ponderatur per medium clavum, neque trahens ad pondam 
neque ad aurum sive ad argentum; et quod ponderator, qui 
ponderatur per stateram Domini Regis in Civitate, per hujus 
tractum potuit prebere majus pondus uni quam alio, sive per 
favorem sive per timorem, sive mercede interveniente, sive for- 
sitan per ignorantiam. Provisum fuit et statutum, die Sabbati 
post festum Sancti Nicholai anno regni Regis Henrici filii 
Regis Johannis xlj. quod omnis pecunia, que debet vendi per 
stateras Regis in Civitate, ponderetur sicut aurum et argentum, 
nichil trahens versus pecuniam ; et pro tractu predicto debet 
venditor dare emptori ad quemlibet centum, quatuor libras. 
Tunc provisum fuit quod ponderator pro labore suo debet 
habere pro uno centum per se ponderato, unum obolum, et 
de pluribus centenariis de quolibet centum unum quadrantem, 
et sic de milliariis duos denarios et obolum. 

Anno eodem Henricus de Ba, Justitiarius, venit in Gild- 
hall Londoniarum, deferens breve Domini Regis Maiori et 
Vicecomitibus, qui fecerunt venire coram eo omnes vinetarios 
civitatisj quos omnes voluit amerciare pro transgressione assise 
vini ; cui cives responderunt ^^ quod vinetarii, qui transgressi 
sunt assisam, debent et solent solummodo amerciari ad com- 
munia placita corone, non coram Justitiario apud Turrim.^' 
Quibus Justitiarius dixit '^ quod hoc non suflBcit Domino Regi, 
quod non videtur justum nec equum, quod illi debent transgre- 
dere assisam per vii. annos vel amplius impune, et esse tantum- 
modo pro tot transgressionibus semel ammerciati." Ad quod 
responsum fuit, ^^ quod Dominus Rex solet et potest, quando 

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voluerit, por clertioiiem Cinum ponere duos (^ustiMiei ad illam 
HHsisnm rustiKiicndam, sicut antoa fucrunt ; qui mortui «unt, et 
|M)Ht€*a nullum prorcptum huliuorunt CtvcH ad talcii clisrnii«>s. 
Ipsi vt*n> CuHttxlcH, quando ali({ui«i runvirtu» fuerit dc trantn^s- 
numv assiHo, dclKMit vinum in illo dolio invtMitum« undt* trans- 
^rt*»sio facta t*st, vondcrc, ct haiierc ilhis dt*nari«)s ac! placita 
r«)ront* (*oram Justitiariis, ct nit^hilominus dcl>ct trann^rcsMir 
ihidcm amcrriari.** Tanticm, multis altcrcationihus fartis, |x)st- 
tum fuit illud nc^otium in r(*s|)crtu ad l4K|ucntium cum Kc^e. 
Postca, Maior ct (*ivcs acccsscrunt ad Kci^cm apud Wyntilcso* 
ram, qui |H)suit cis dicm indc um|uc ad parliamcntum in media 
xl*. aputl I»iid«)nias. .Vnno ciulcm, in quadraccsima ct in scp* 
tiniana Pasi*c, vcncrunt quamplurcs Print*i|)cs Alemannic I^on- 
doniis, scilitvt, Archicpisctipus C«)lt>nicnsis ct alii Kpiscopi» 
Duccs ct Comitcs, qui «)mncH fct*crunt homai^ium Doniino 
Kicardo (\)miti, in prcsentia Domini Kt^^s, fratris sui« quem 
clc^crunt in Kciccm Alcmannorum. Postca, dic Jovis in cadcm 
scptimana, ipsc rt*t*csMit a I^)ndoniis, itcr arripicns vcrsus mare, 
ct uxor cjus cum co, et Ilcnricus, filius suus de prima uxore 
sua, matrc C*omitis (ilt)vcrnic, ct posucrunt sc in mare apud 
(fcnicmuc, vic*csimo scptiino dic Aprilis, ct applicucrunt tn 
frsto Philippi ct Jat*ohi apud Thurdrakt, quc sita cst super 
lupiani (|uc vtK*atur Musclc. Postca in .\st*ensionc Dtimini coro* 
natus fuit. sicut patct in littcris suhscriptis. 

KirardiiH, Dci ^ratia Ki^mannrum Kcx, scm|)cr Ausnistus, 
Mai«)ri ct (*tvihus I^)iidoniaruni, salutcm et omnc honum. Li* 
l>ciitcr V4)tivost*t (H*lchn*s nostrc frlicitatiscvcntusad n«)strorum 
spccialiuni corda transfcrimus, crt*dcntcs in nohis tunc aui;mcnta 
con^audii i;t*minari ; ct prccipuc. cum ad aurcs vcstras, quas ez 
tidci [luritatc ct intimc atVtvtioiiis kcIo t*irca nostrum statum at- 
tcntas t*ssc contidiiiius, lctitic iiostn* trcpudia dcrivamus« illo 
priKMil duhio nostris atfectihus inhcn*rcntc dcsiderit), (|U(k1 de* 
lcctaret nos |K)tiui hcc, ct quclil)ct alis festa presentialiter to- 
biscum peragere, quam interpretia scripture miiusterio nunciare. 


Sane^ ut plena omnium nostromm letorum erentuum, qui nobis, 
postquam a vobis recessimus, acciderunt^ et certa ad yos notitia 
perferatur, presentem paginam predictorum eventuum ostensi- 
vam, ad vos duxiraus destinandam. Vobis ad gaudium inti- 
mantes, quod in die Dominica proximo post festum beati Marci 
Evangeliste apud Jememue navem cum nostra conscenderi- 
mus comitiva. Die Martis proximo subsequenti^ in die vide- 
licet beatorum Apostolorum Philippi et Jacobi, salvis per Dei 
gratiam omnibus et nostris et totius nostre familie ac etiam co- 
mitive personis et rebus^ venimus usque Durdreych in opido^ 
videlicet, in medio Comitatus Hoylandie constituto, indeque 
mora ibidem ad tapescendam requiem post labores biduana 
contracta, tertio die recessimus, et continue per Hoylandie et 
Gelrie Comitatus transitum facientes^ tandem die Veneris ante 
festum Ascensionis Dominice, pervenimus Aquisgranum^ oc- 
currentibus nobis in dicte civitatis introitu^ hominibus maioribus 
et melioribus, clericis videlicet et laicis^ nobilibus^ militibus et 
aliis omnibus civibus Civitatis ejusdem, qui nos magnifice et 
honorifice cum maximo tripudio et jubileo^ leti et hilares, sine 
cujuslibet difficultatis obstaculo, susceperunt. Nec credimus, 
queraadmodum vulgaris in ista terra et communis fame testatur 
preconium, quod a ducentis annis citra^ aliquibus Imperatoram 
Romanorum vel Regum in sue novitatis principio^ dictam Civi- 
tatem Aquensem, sine gravis offensionis seu contradictionis 
obice^ sit ingressus. Cumque post ingressum dicte Civitatis, 
moram in ipsa oporteret nos trahere longiorem^ ecce ! rumores^ 
nostri affectati desideriis, occurrerunt, nobis hillariter nunci- 
antes Archiepiscopum Treverensem, nostri culmiuis inimicum, 
(qui, in nostri nominis et honoris dispendium, nostrum Castrum 
et Pallatium Bopardiensia^ cum maxima multitudine armatoram 
vallaverat^ et ad expugnationem ipsius^ multas machinas instau- 
rarat,) avenerabili Archiepiscopo Magontinensi, dilecto principe 
nostro, assistente sibi de nostris fidelibus magna copia pugna- 
torum ob nostri nominis reverentiam^ ad dicti Castri liberatio- 


nem et in obtessurum subsidio properante, dieque M ercurii pcMt 
fefttum beati Johanniii ante portam Latinam cum eodem Trere- 
rerifti Arcliiepiscopo viriltter confliii^entey non sine strage iuonun» 
niultis suis militibus ct aliis complicibus captivatisy confecto inde 
prelio, (>er dedecorose fuf^c presidium mortis supplicium, aea 
|H*ritnilosum captivationis dis|H!ndium evitasse. Sic, itaque, 
dirto Castni nostro |)er prefati Archiepiscopi Ma^ntinensis ae 
aliorum fidelium no!itrorum au\iiium a pressuris obstdentium et 
ab impu^iantium insultibus feliciter iit>eratOy ipsoque victuali* 
bus ct aliis necessariis ac strenuis defcnsoribus egregie commu* 
nito, idcm Arcliicptiicopus Magontinus apud Aquisgranum ad 
prcsentiam nostram venit. IJbi, in fcsto Ascencionis Dominice, 
ipno ct Arrhicpis€*o[>o C*oloniensi, presentibus multisque altia 
Kpiscopis, Duribus, (*oniitibus, Haronibus, maf^atibus et nobili* 
buH rc^ni nostri, n«)stri»que tidehbus, in sedc magni Karoli«cuni 
sdlcmpnitatc, qua dc<*uit, in iliius nominc, qui superlxis dejicit, 
et |M)nit humilcs in sublimitate, sacri Romani Regnt sceptrum 
rcccpimus ct coronam ; lcarissima consorte nostra similiter 
codcm dic nobi»cuni s<illcmpniter, ut dccuit, coronata. Deni* 
quc festo coronacionis nostre cum raas^is soUempnitmte et 
^audio celcbrato, diicctorumquc Principum etaliorum nostrorum 
Hdclium su|>er axendis nostris coromunicato consilio, visum est 
nobis ct eisy cxaltationi nostrc Toti%'e piurimum expedire, ul 
Htatim Mue morc diH|)ondio, humiliationi nosttrorum rcbellium 
iiiti iHlainus, ct prt*(*ipuc ac primo ad confri^cnda elati comua 
Trcvercnsiv omnia nostra molimina convcrtamus; ut, sicut se 
priniuin tn no»tris m^otiis, non tam justum et rationabilem« 
(juani voluntariuni rtinHtituit turliatorem, ita primo ex|>eriatur 
vi (iiv*at quid et quantum contra eum piissit ct valcat manua 
nojktra. Dc Iuk- autem prvcipuc ccrtos csse vos volumus, quod 
taiitam jani in auxilio nostrorum tidclium et fautorum in Ale« 
niannia hal)crc contidimus potestatcm, quod eis tn fidei noatre 
riiltu, et in devotionis nostre selo durantibus, nuUius viventia ait 


nobis potentia formidanda. Data Aquisgrano ZTiij. die Maii, 
anno regni nostri primo. 

Hoc anno circa festum Sancti Petri ad Vincnla militavit Rex 
Anglie cum magno exercitu super Lewellinum filium Oriffini, 
Principem Wallie, et super alios Wallenses^ qui opposuerunt se 
contra Regem, eo quod Dominus Edwardus filius Regis noluit 
ilios tractare secundum consuetudines eorum. Qui veniens cum 
exercitu suo usque ad castrum quod vocatur Ghennok^ moram 
fecit ibi usque ad Nativitatem beate Marie, expectans homines 
suos de Hibemia, quos mandaverat ; et ipsis non venientibus, 
cum Dominus Rex vidisset quod non potuit Wallenses oppri- 
mere, nisi cum multitudine servientum pedissequorum, inde le* 
cessit^ posita gamestura in castris suis. 

Hoc anno circa festum Nativitatis Beate Marie pax formata 
est inter Cives Londoniarum et Abbatem de Waltham, qid ante 
fuerant discordes^ eo quod Abbas voluit habere stallagium de 
ilUs in nundinis de Waltham^ et hac de causa omnes deLondoniis 
retraxerunt se, nolentes venire in predictis nundinis de Waltham 
per tres annos et amplius. £t est concordia talis quod Abbas 
transmisitLondoniarum Civibus omnia namia, que captafuenmt 
pro dicto stallagioy et pro namiis perditis et putridis valorem in 
denariis, et concessit quod cives veniant de cetero in dictis nun* 
dinis, et ibi sint quieti de omni stallagio imperpetuum. 

Thomas filius Thome. ir>.eo». ivij,m 

Robertus de Catelonie. /w a»*» re^ 

reffis xij, 

Dicto vero Roberto mortuo, factus est Vicecomes Matheus Hoettnncrt- 
Bukerel in Crastino Sancti Luce. qui amotus fuit Idus Februa* S!'5Ji3lf*^*'' 
rii^ et factus est Yicecomes Willielmus Grapefige. 

Hoc anno creavit Rex monetam auream denarionim, ponde- 
ris duorum sterlingorum, de auro purissimo^ et voluit ut ille 
aureus curreret in pretio viginti sterlingorum. 

Hoc anno^ die Dominica proximo post festum Omnium Sano- 
tomm^ venientibus Maiore et Civibus Londoniarum coram Do« 


niiiio Rcge per preceptum suuniy ad Scaccmrium, pofuit iUm 
ad ratidiiem, cofijurmns eus iii fide, qua tenentur ei, ut certificB»- 
sent ipsum secundum conscientias eorum, hi predicta moneta 
furet utilis ad runimune commmium regni auiy an non. Qui, 
hahito coiiMlio et rolloquio inter se, Tenerunt conun Rege di- 
i*eiitcs, ** Uu<kI per illam monetam posset roagnum dampnam 
pervenire re^o suo et maxime pauperibus reg^i sui, quorum 
pluriniorum catolla non valent unum aureum. Kt insuper dixe* 
ruiit quod aurum per hanc monetam multum rilius haberetur, 
cum iii tot manus illa moneta dis|)ersa fuisset ; quod nunc pateC, 
quia aurum de folio, qu<Ml sem[)er solebat valere decem mama, 
iiunc non valet iiisi iiovem marcas vel octo." Unde, roultis niti- 
unibuM ostcnsis quod illa moneta non fuit utilis, dixit Dominos 
Kex, ** Volo quiMl inta moneta currat, denarius pro riginti ster* 
ItnuiH, ita qucMi nullus cosratur ad illum rapiendum,et qui illum 
cepcrtt ponsit illum esmmbiarc, ubi voluerit, sine occmsione, eC, 
si voluerit, veniat ad ex<*ambium nontrum, et habebit pro quo» 
libet aureo defcm et novem deiiarios et olMilum.'* 

ll(M*aiiiio, die Luiie proximo post festum'Sancti Ilillarii, pro- 
visum fuit (piia Vi(HHM>initeA pro voluntate nua ceperunt de dena- 
rii*( iiKTratorum de Nonnannia, qui du<*unt WiM^lam in CiTitate, 
pro li(*(*ntia hnlM*n<la nd illam ho^pitandam, unde illi nimium fae* 
runt Lrrnvnti, qu(Ml de (H*tero ipsi [M)ssunt dueere Wisedam suam, 
et diibunt de quoli)K*t fraelo septem ftoltdos, illa pro lieentia Vice- 
comitibu% excepto oIm>Io de quolilH»t quarterio de cimsuetudine. 
iMrotmi»*» Iloo aiino aiitc feHtum Purifirationis l>eate Marie inTentos 

rU /r.rr.7 * '">^ quidam nitulus in wardendia Domini Rejn» »pud WjTidte- 
Mwl*/#4 ' * *«»r»"^ siirillntuH viridi rera, et iie»ciebatur qui» illum ibi posuit, 
iii quo ('ontinrbnntur multi artiruli su|M*r Mainrem ; scilicet, 
quiMl (*ivitas ultrn iiKMium i;ravata fuit |M*r ipsum et conMliarim 
siios, ut iii tnlla^io ct nliin tnjuriiH |M*r ipsos fartis. Unde 
I)«>iiiin(iH Ucx vnloiin srire hnju% veritatem misit Ix>ndontis 
Johanneni Mnunnel in ('(mversione Sancti Pfeuli, qui fecit sum- 
moneri Folke^inot, die Dominica sequenti ; qua die ipse fecst 


legi illum rotulum coram omni populo, presentibus ibi Comite 
Gloucestrie, Henrico de Ba, et aliis de consilio Domini R^^b, 
dicens quod Rex noluit permittere quod Civitas sua gravaretur^ 
sed voluit certificari, qui divites fuerunt deportati in tallagiis, et 
qui pauperes gravati, et si Maior et consiliarii sui ad usus suos 
proprios aliquid de tallagiis accepissent ; et precepit omnibus 
Aldermannis, ut ipsi in crastino summo mane facerent conve- 
nire Wardemota sua. Et ibidem homines de qualibet Warda in 
absentia Aldermanni eligerent de se ipsis triginta sex viros 
antea talliatos^ qui omnes eodem die circa horam primam venire 
deberent apud Sanctum Paulum coram ipso et aliis de consilio 
Regis illuc missuris. Et sic factum fuit. Quibus triginta sex 
viris in crastino venientibus in aula Episcopi Londonensis 
coram Johanne Maunsel, Henrico de Ba Justitiariis^ Henrico 
de Wengham, Cancellario, Philippo Lovel^ Thesaurario^ et aliis 
de consilio Regis, predictus Johannes dixit et precepit ex parte 
Domini Regis, ut ipsi jurati certificassent ipsos super dictis 
articulis. Qui dixerunt ^^ quod secundum leges Civitatis non 
deberent jurare in aliqua inquisitione, nisi ubi jacentur vita et 
membra, vel ad terram perdendam sive lucrandam.'' Sed tantum- 
modo conjurati per sacramentxmi, quod fecerunt Regi^ et in fide 
qua tenentur Deo et Regi, et ita multis altercationibus inter 
Justitiarios et Cives factis^ nichil factum fuit illo die. Et posi- 
tus est Civibus dies in crastino apud Gildhallam; quo die, 
veniente predicto Johanne Maunsel in Gildhallamj cum con- 
silio Regis; noluerunt iterum Cives assentire ad juramentxmi 
faciendum in inquisitione predicta. In crastinum autem, 
scilicet, die Mercurii ante Purificationem beate Marie, veniente 
Rege versus Westmonasterium^ exierunt Maior et Cives, sicut 
mos est^ ad salutandum ipsum usque ad Kniwtebrigge ; sed 
Rex misit ibidem quendam armigerum^ precipiens eis ne illi 
venirent in conspectu suo. Unde statim Cives, sentientes 
Regem motum in iram, redierunt ad propria, Rege non affato. 
Postea^ in Vigilia Purificationis, convenientibus Maiore et innu- 


mcnibili populo in GildhAlle, miisi sunt ibi Michael Torr et 
Adam de Baiin^ a Domino Kei^, dicentes, quod Rex rult omnes 
libertmtes eorum indempnes conservare ; aed pro emendatione 
Civitatis tuU ut inquirmtur, et per sacramentum, per quos C«im* 
muna sua ita ^ravata fuit in tallaf^iis et aliis tran&^ressionibus, et 
quod nuHus debet puniri nisi qui deliquerit, et lioc sine dampno 
Commune. Kadem verba Johannes Maun<«el et alii missi a Rn^ 
affirmaverunty et ita per talia verba et dulcia promissa prebuit 
populus SHsensum, clamantes, ya ya, ad juramentum faciendum 
contra libertates suas, quas quidem i|)si miscrrimi non perqui- 
sierunt. Ivodem die statim dictua Johanncs cepit CivitAtem in 
manu Domini Kegis, Maiore, Vicecomitibus et Camerario Regia 
amotis, nullo tamen illorum in altquo convicto ; et trmdidit 
illam CoiiKtaliulario Turris ad custodiendam, et posuit in looo 
vicec^omitum Michaclem Tovv et Johannein Addrien. Eodem 
die tnuliti sunt dicto Johanni Maunsel omnes rotuli dc talla- 
pi«i antea factis, quos fecit si^illari et retradidit Camermno 
Civitatis. Postea in Cra^tino I^irilicationis, et sic de die in 
die, vcnerunt coram ipso Johannc in Camera Gildlialle, rel 
coram Constabulario et aliis ibi a Re^e missis, de qualibet 
Warda tripnta sex homines ; ita qucxl illt tripnta sex homincs 
simul reM|M»ndcrunt, scd pcr se sine ahis de Wardis, et jurati 
de prcdictis articulis ct niultis aliis, unde aflfati fuermnt. Et boc 
duravit UM|ue ad primam IX>minicam quadragesime, tunc tem* 
poris in festo Sancte Scolastice Vir)(inis et Austberte; ita, 
quod |)er duodecim Wardas facta fuit illa inquisitio et ne 
secreto, quod nulli aliquid fuit revelatum, neque de interro> 
gationibus per Justitiarios factis, neque de responsionibos per 
Cives factis, usque ad predictum diem. Uuo die Rex ledt 
venire coram se ad Westmonafkteriuni Maiorem et Vicccomitcs 
et omiies Aldermannos C^ivitatis, et de predictis duodecim 
Wardis de qualiliet Warda illos trii^nta sex homines, per qoos 
inquisitio facta fuit. Et oongregmtia iUts, vocmti sunt pominalim 
omnes Akknnanni, et de qoabbet VVarda quatuor riri, qm 


veMrunt ad Scaccariuin coram Baronibua de Scaccario^ et Co- 
mite Olouvernie, et Comtte de Warewjky et Johanne Maunsel, 
et Henrico de Ba, et Constabulario Turris^ et aliis de consilio 
Regis. Et vocatis Maiore^ Nicholao Bat et Nicholao filio 
Joceiy Matheo Bukerel, Johanne Tuleshan et Joatine le Minur, 
dixit Johannes Maunsel coram omnibus aiiis Aldermannis et aliis 
hominibus^ ^' quod Rex sequitur versus ipsos de gravami- 
nibus et injuriis factis hominibus de Civitate aua.'' Postea 
fecit legi unam partem de inquisitione predicta, et dixit ^^ quod 
per ipsos et consilia sua gravata et destructa est Civitas, 
et ex hoc, maxim^, quod per illos mutata est forma faci- 
endi tallagia^ quia rotulus de ultimo tallagio non fuit lec- 
tus in Gildhalle coram omni populo ad hoc summonito, 
•icut antea fieri solebat; sed statim facto tallagio, licentiati 
fuerunt omnes talliatores, dicto rotulo non sigillato. Et sic Maior 
et iUi mutaverunt rotulum pro voluntate sua ad commodum quo- 
rumdam etadaliorum jacturam.^^ Ad quod responsum fuit, '^quod 
aliquo tempore rotulus de tallagio solebat legi in Gildhalle coram 
omni populo, sed hoc omissum fuit tnnc temporis decem annis 
et amjdius transactis.'' Tandem^ multis objectionibus per Jus- 
titiarios factis et responsionibas per alios, defendunt ipsi vim et 
injuriam, et quod per ipsos non est mutatus modus talliandi, et 
per illos nuUus est gravatus in tallagio, nec deportatus ; et quod 
ultimum talliagium factum fuit per viros ad hoc per totam Com> 
munam electos et jnratos. Cujus talHagii summa redacta fuit in 
Bcriptis per talliatores, que scripta adhuc remanent penes Wil* 
lielmum filium Ricardi, nnum de taUiatoribus, et hoc oftemnt pro- 
bare secundnm leges Civitatis Liondoniarum. Ad quod Henricus 
de Baluster objecit, interrogans^ si ipsi veUent ponere se, quan- 
tum ad hoc, de bono et malo, super aUis Wardis Civitatis, per 
quas nulta inquisitio antea facta fuit. Qui dicunt, '' quod de omni 
transgressione eis imposita volunt defendere se per leges et con- 
suetudinesCivitatis Londoniarum.^* Et quisitusestper Johannem 
Maunsel ab AldermaiufiiB et aUis civibfis, quaUs est consuetuda 

CAMO. soc. F 


Lt dfftn»^ fM>*»r illorum in tali cajiu ; qoi dixenint, " quod Cives I^indoniArum 
mort tTnmfmf, f j |, »,j| jj^, (Iffcndorc de nu»rte homiriis iht tricinta sexhomines 
€omtrthl(yf juratoH, et pn» trans;;ressi<>iie versun Ucc;em i>er dutMlecim, et 
Zll7, »-7!!, t. » versuH alium septima manu." Joliannes vero Maunsel de hoc 
AH*iy^j«/rA 4 ,^j^„ eontentus, quia Vi»luit nredietos i»ravare, |)osuit ei» dieiii 

usque in erastinum ei»ram l)omin«) Keiije. 

In (Tastino vi-nerunt Cives ad Wfstmonasterium ; quo dte 
Johaiincs Maunsil feeit lei^i coram Re;;e seck^ntc ad Scaccarium 
predietas in(|uisiti(»nes fartas in Civitate, presentihus ihidem om* 
nihus illis de ('(^nsiho Ue<;is, qui die precredenti il>idem fucrant, ct 
phirihus ahis. l\»stea .Vhiermanni et Cives V(M*ati vencnint 
C(»ram Rei:e. Maior vero et predicti viri v(M:att fuenint pcr le 
n(»niinatim, et similiter .Vrnulfus Thedmarus et Ilenricus Walc* 
m(»un(I, qui antea n(»n fuerunt in ahquo rectati. Maior autcm 
et Niehohius Bat, qui opp(»suerunt se in inquisitionc coram RcgCy 
quando fuerunt apud Windk*s}ioran), fuerunt sinc rcsponso; 
qui posuerunt st* in misericordia Domini Rcgis, salva libcrtAte 
eorum et C*ivitatis I^indoniarum. 

AHos autem sex vir(»s fecit Rex imphicitari, quod ficr consilium 
eoruin (hitum Mait^ri, fuit (^ivitas sua uhra nuMlum gravatm, 
ut in taHa.:iis inju^te factis et ahis injuriis (^nnmunc Londo- 
niannn iUatis. II(»c adjecto, qu(»d statere Regis ct pcmdcrm 
fuenint mutata, (|u«>(l noii h(HTet ticri sinc Rei^e. Ad qucMl re* 
spoiisum fuit '' ()U(»d statcra ct pomhTa non sunt mutata, scd 
f(»rma taiitumm(»(h) et niodus poii(hTaii(h: et h(M* pn> ma^no 
hoiio ct pn» ma^na tidchtate factum fuit |m.t provisioncni plus 
quam ii*'. virorum ti(h' (hi;ii(»rum de (*ivitate. Nam cum antem 
stat(Ta sohhat tnihcre, inchiiando versus mercantiam, ct per 
hujus tractum prchuit |M)n(hTator majus |>4»ndus urii quam aiioy 
sive pcr favorcin, sive |ht timorem, sive (*apto mercedc, ct huc 
fuit (MMiptTtum: proxlMiiu est,(|ut>d(»iniiis mercantia.quc venditur 
|HT statcraiii Rct;is, p«»ii(lcrctur sicut aurum et art^entum, sine 
(»innimo(h» tra(*tu; et pro iUo tractu darct venditor cmptori md 
quendilK^t Centum quatuor hbras. Sed quod |)er illot rcl per 


consilium illorum Civitas fuerit gravata in tallagiis vel aliis 
rebus, hoc defendunt et volunt defendere, et omne malefactum 
eis impositum, secundum leges et consuetudines Civitatis/* Et 
quesitum fuit a ceteris Aldermannis, qualis fuit consuetudo illo- 
rum in hoc casu ; qui, habito consilio, venientes coram Rege, 
dixerunt sicut dictum erat die precedenti, scilicet, "quod Cives 
Londoniarum debent se defendere versus Regem de transgres- 
sione per duodecim viros juratos de Civitate, et quod talis est 
consuetudo illorum/' Sed Rex, de hoc non contentus, precepit 
Vicccomitibus, ut in crastino fecissent convenire Folkesmote ad 
crucem Sancti Pauli, ubi missurus erat Johannes Maunsel, et alii 
de consilio suo ad inquirendum a Communa, si talis esset consue- 
tudo illorum. Quo die, scilicet die Martis, venerunt omnes 
Aldermanni et Cives ad crucem Sancti Pauli. Cum autem 
predicti sex viri occasionati a Rege intellexerunt per murmura- 
tionem populi, quod ipsi nollent advocare Aldermannos in re- 
sponso per illos facto coram Rege, ipsi accesserunt ad illos, qui 
missi a Rege erant, tunc existentes in domo cujusdam Canonici 
de Sancto Paulo, et dixerunt quod noluerunt contra Dominum 
Regem placitare ; sed posuerunt se in misericordia Domini 
Regis, precantes ut Rex faceret inquiri per quos vellet de Civi- 
tate, si ipsi essent in ahquo culpabiles de aliquo crimine, tamen 
salvis eis et aliis Civibus libertatibus suis. Qui noluerunt con- 
cedere eis aliquam inquisitionem. Illis vero in misericordia 
Regis existentibus, Johannes Mansel et alii a Domino Rege 
missi, venerunt ad crucem Sancti Pauli ; quorum unus, facto 
blando sermone et quasi predicando, promittens populo omnia 
jura eorum et libertates a Domino Rege illesas conservari, dixit 
" si ballivus vel ballivi eorum injuste illos tractati fuissent et 
multa mala et dampna eis et Civitati intulissent, supponi in 
tali casu, secundum legem Civitatis deberent se defendere versus 
Regem de secta sua per duodecim viros juratos, et versus con- 
cives suos per sex viros, et ita ab impositione illius transgrcs- 
sionis fore quieti?*' Ad quod responsum fuit, nullo tamen coUo- 

Il . • N. -.i 

M caoyjCA maio»i'ii st 

quio hftbitAy licul mom taX, inter Tim diacreCos in Ciritate, aed 
per aliquos de populoy filioe diTenarnm inatmiDy quaaDplares 
riat/>« ritra CiTitAtem. et qoAmpiares aenrilis eoDditioni% 
rUmando, nay^ may^ magf contra priTilegiam Kbertaliim CiTi* 
tatit ab antiquo concesftamy et per piedeoesaorea, CiTea boM 
mcmorie, perquisitum, et ad illud tempua beoe ubasrfatnm. 
Kt sic et tali modo, sine omni forma rationia, fueroDt omnea 
Aldcrmanni CiTitatis non adTOcati. 

Tunc precepit dictus Johannea ex parte Begis qoAd omD aa 
Aldermanni, Vioecomites, et Camerariua Regia in craslioo to- 
fiissent apud Westmonasterium coram Bege. In eraslino Ttffo» 
M*ihcet die Mcrcurii, Tcnerunt omnea predicti in oiagna aola 
Westmonasterii, ad quos, ibidem aliquantjdam moram Cscientoap 
Doniinus Uex^ habito consiho cum suis in eapeUa SaDCti 
Stephaniy arcessit, et scdente pro tribunali et Henrioo de Bd 
JuAtitiario adjudicante, omnes predicti degradati sunt at dapo* 
siti cie Balhvis suis, et in misericordia Regia, et areslati, et ila 
quod nullus eonim aine hcentia Regis imposterum ad ballivaai 
arrech*ret. Uui postea, statim concedente Rcgc, repiegiati rsdio* 
runt acl propria. 

PoHt hcc omnia, annuentc Johanne Maansel, conocaait Res» 
ut excu^ptis preclictis viris, qui occasionati fuerunty quilibet alio» 
runi recupcraret Ballivam, si per Commanam CiTilatis ad 
ttli(|uam fuisscnt electi. Tunc omnea Aldermanni, exoeplia 
predictis, restituti sunt ad Ballivas suas, preter Ricardum do 
f Iadc*<itok. Thomas ven> filiua Thome restitutus est Vioeeoaieaf 
th 1/ "f ' t Willielmus Uni|)efige factus est Vicecomes in loco Malbci 

.)uk«Trl. Willielmus vero filius Ricardi factua est Maior Lod- 

Postca de die in diem Camerarii Civitatis coram dicto Jo* 
haiinc Maunsel et suis reddiderunt compota de tallagiis factia, 
tciiiponlms Maioratus Johannis Tulesan et Radulfi Ilardel, 
pn'M*ntil)u^ ibi et ad hoc elertis quampluribus viris de CiTilalo 
ntultuin varic et diversc scntientibua* In quu compoto noUiia 


de predictifl octo yiris convictus fuit aliquid male deliqoiste. 
Tunc temporis novi Aldennanni electi sunt per Wardas, ct 
positi in singulis Wardis illonim qui depositi fuerunt, sicut 
predictum est, excepto quod Warda que fuit predicti Amaldi 
filii Thedmari remansit in manu Maioris. Et sciendum est 
predictus Amaldus de nichilo fuit rectatus, nisi de statera ; cujus 
modus ponderandi correcta fuit per ipsum et per alios, sicut in 
hoc rotulo prenotatur. Sed ipse, plus odii fomite quam 
meritis suis exigentibus, inter alios fuit deputatus, sicut patet 
in sequentibus. Nam postea, die ante festum Sancti Leonardi, 
anno Domini Regis xliiij., in pleno folkesmoto ad crooem 
Sancti Pauli, coram Domino Rege et consilio suo, Domino 
Johanne Maunsel attestante, Regem esse oertificatum ipsum 
Amaldum iiijuste esse degradatum; et ipse fuit ad gratiam Do- 
mini Regis revocatus et in statum suum restitutus. 

Hoc anno agricultura defecit ; qua deficiente, fiames secuta 
est ita, quod homines de villis confluebant ad Civitatem pro 
cibo acquirendo, qua, fame convalescente, multa milia hominum 
periemnt ; et multa plura milia occubuissent fame, nisi bladum 
venisset tunc temporis de Alemannia. 

Hoc anno fuit illud insane Parlamentum apud Oxoniam, 7>e jMriamfnio 
circa festum Sancti Bamabe ; in quo Pftrlamento provisum ^-^**- 
fuit et ordinatum per aliquos Comites et Barones Anglie ad 
abolendum illaa malas consuetudines quibus regnum, tempore 
istius Regis, tamdiu et ultra modum fuerat oppressum et grava* 
turo, scilicet, per eundem Regem et alios potentissimos regni. 
Ad quod idem Rex, et etiam invitus, prebuit assensum et 
hoc juravit. Et ad hoc negotium ordinandum electi fuerunt 
Dominus Cantuariensis Archiepiscopus, Dominus Episoopus 
Wygorniensis, Dominus Rogerus Bigot Marescallus Comes 
Northffolchie, Dominus Ricardus de Clare Comes Olouvemie, 
Dominus Simon de Monteforti Comes Leicestrie, Dominus 
Hunfridus de Boun Comes Herfordie, Comes de Warewyk, 
Comes de Albemala, Hugo de Bigot, Ptetrus de Saveye, Petrus 


fi^ M .'.•*^- r*:. R -.•tr-» i'- \l t -o Mir.. JAr-Vis (i« AtyieleTe. 
J- • .*• :••* \li -• *• .. 

Cf-ari'!! «> L. *•••.. :. .-•■.'.•.: i*^ ai i..^ii v^nm^ntum : 
v<i *.:-»- ... f.t-a r^rr^iXrr-r.t •*- a .:.••. PirLxr: ^r.t.i. rt pn.ferti 
su*.* r-.::, an:.;* *^:* f-x r.«-n.f *. • *: • ver*-^* n.irr, rt trviifrrtati 
f.4;«»**-fit, *i r.a'v.i>«^r.t r.aTr*. Iji*- j^.^Tta :ri pAr'.Anirnto apud 

\\ ir.*"f.:arri l?'»:.*:ati f..rr--»:.t f^r Bar«'T.r^. *.:• e\:rrnt a rrzno 
.\fi:'i;«-. »1 'iiT^s r..:t f :% li:»-* ut r^*r t &'! wd tran»fre- ^ri;. »::#• 1 i.!i.-.'.;'n {Vi^! ff^?\;:u Sarjot; Svlee api^tiili : 
f^ i.*i .• ri-r'i r:..:. f-.:! jh r'i.>su.ii a i <;uif ncljm «k^runi aliquid de 
tj.f-*:i .r:* »» ..*, r.;*: <if Ta:.t'ininii»-;.i *^uantum tipi^rte^tat tis ad 
ewn-u^ii.^. K"'i»--:. n. ••'!■» \\ :,..tlniU^ <ii Sarjrti» Krmino et multi 
alii «-xtniri»*! ii-fi.tiat: f';fr..'.T, <^'^i •-ninfv liie IK>minica pre- 
rlirta sivf* in rri*T;Tiii, tr^r.HfrfTaver.:r:t. 

Mi-rii'.rar]iiurn f^n*A <HM-as:*.rif prrtiiotMrum pr«»viMoni» et sta- 
tuti jM-r »ln turn j»;; ()\i»riie fartnrum n<in itb^errato- 
runi. j.r'i*-*-ss'i triiijH.n^, fu:r r<-jTium .\n2iie ultra mttdum per- 
tur'i;iT .rii. tt nrJta iii:!..-t iit.nnnuni jM-neruut. i^icut in hoc bbro 
irjftrius r.'.t;itiir. 

Kt ^ciifiiiirn v^i r|«i'Hl in j»retijrtii j»:irlamento Oxtmie fiMtus 

est .I'isTi?i.inu% totius .Vnriu' jkt elecTi.irn-m Ban»num« Hu^po 

By ::■.!, frrttfr M;trfM\-tlii. rt traiiita est v\ T .ms I^mdtmiarum. 

/> • 7 ., .-, Artri'1 f'«ifrii in CniNtiT.n Sani-te Mano M;ijiialene, exiMente 

,.^,. . ./ I)..fniTi»» Kf«'i' :ij"*<i \\ fKTirii»:iastf hurn. ;tt*resM'nint quulam de 

•"*"'" j»ri'i:':iN fi •••«ifr:ni»rjr*i;is a«i < J;l«i'r».illf I^intioiiiarunu Ai-i- 

l.*fT, <*'»n»fs Marfsr.-illiis. I)<irnirM:s S:rn«»n de Mt»nte Ftirti, 

.I.»l.:iTiT,fs nlius (liilfntii et alii. i!fffrt*nTf% vrurn quaiuiam car- 

t.irn. a<i tj'i:i;n jH*TiiIf *')aT:t siuilLi j)liinini>runi B.irnnum et etiam 

oi^iilurn |).»n.iiii Kf ;:!<% ft Kiluanli tilii ejiis : qui. ^riliret, assen- 

surn |)rebuerant et jurati fuerant ad tenendum et ohMrrrandam 


quicquid predicti Barones providissent ad commodum et emenda- 
tionem regni, qui posuerunt Maiorem et Aldermannos et alios in 
Civitate^ qui ibi convenerant, ad rationem^ si voluerunt assen- 
tire ad eorum provisionem. Maior vcro, et alii Cives, qui non 
potuerunt habere liccntiam loqui inde cum Domino Rege, sta- 
tim habito inter se colloquio, consenserunt ad illam provisionem 
observandam, et hoc juraverunt, etpredicte carte sigillum Com- 
mune Civitatis posuerunt, salvis tamen eis omnibus libertatibus 
et consuetudinibus suis. Postea predicti Barones habuerunt de 
die in diem colloquium, quandoque ad Novum Templum, quan- 
doque alibi, super usibus et consuetudinibus regni in melius 
conformandis. Post hec, None Augusti, edictum fuit in 
Civitate, ne aliquis de familia Regis nec alius aliquod caperent 
in Civitate, nisi pro voluntate venditorum, salva tamen recta 
prisa Domini Regis de vino, scilicet, de nave, que debet plenam 
consuetudinem, duo dolea vini pro xl. solidis. Et si quis con- 
tra hoc venire presumeret, et inde foret convictus, statim impri- 
sonaretur. Post illud vero tempus nichil ceperunt Ministri Regis, 
nec aliquis de suis, nisi illud in brevi solverent venditori; quod, 
quidem, parvo tcmpore duravit. 

Johannes Addrien, Draparius. r^./wt>im/iu 

Item Robertus de Corenhelle. y,> xiij. 

Hoc anno electus Maior Johannes de Gizorcio, et etiam in 
absentia sua. Hoc anno post parlamentum habitum per ba- 
rones apud Westmonasterium accessit Hugo Bygot Justitiarius 
ad Sanctum Salvatorem, et associato secum Rogero de Tur- 
kelby, tenuit ibidem omnia placita que pertinent ad Justidarios 
itinerantes in Comitatu Surayhe, ubi quamplures ballivos et 
alios, qui convicti fuerant de transgressionibus factis subjectis 
suis, non solummodo amerciavit, sed fecit incarcerari tam cle- 
ricos quam laicos. £t, quidem, redemit aliquem pro viginti 
marcis, et quosdam pro xl. et amplius; et quamplures pro 
parva causa ultra modum gravavit. 

In hiis placitis homines de Suwerc et alii de Comitatu Suraye 


conqMsti sunt de Vioecoinitibi» et CiTibus Londonianini, qaod 
ipti injuste capiebnnt consaetudines extrm portam P^tiiiuim 
super Pontem, dencut illi nichil juris deberent habere ultr» 
portam Tomesiam. CiTibus rero venientibus cum Vicecooiiti- 
bus suis per Justitisrios summonitis venerunt sd Ssnctum 8al- 
vatorem coram predictis Justitiariis, et defarentes secum cartas 
suas, dixenint quod non tenerentur placitare ibi, nec eatra 
muros Civitatis placitare voluerunt; sed, eitra formam placiti 
voluerunt recognoscere, quod bene liceret Vioeeomitibw Loci- 
doniarum capere consuetudines eitra predictam portam, ct etiam 
usque ad stapeUos ibidem sitos, quia tota aqua Tbamisie perti- 
net ad Civitatem, et sempcr pertinebat et versus mars usque ad 
novum gurgitem. Tandem multis altercationibus inter Juati- 
tiarios et Cives factls, Justitiarii fecerunt inquiri, licet Cives se in 
inquisitione non posuerunt, per sacramentnm duodecim miitum 
de Sureye, utrum Vicecomites Londoniarum aliquam conaoetu- 
dinem extra metas suas cepissent. Qui juiati dixerant quod 
predicti Vicecomites justc ibidem consuetudinem capere possent, 
quia usque ad predictos stapeUos totum pertinei ad Civitatem, 
i^ n<r«M. ct nullus aliquid juris habet in Thamiaia, uaque ad novua gur- 
gitem, nisi Civcs Londonianira. 

Post hoc predictus Justitiarius, associato aecmi predicto 
Rogeroy accessit ad Gildhalle Londoniarum, ct ibi tcnuit piacita 
de die in diem, de omnibus Ulis^ qui querimonam faoerc volue- 
runt, et incontinenti, nulla rationabiU sumaMmitione fscta vel 
essoino admisso, Ula terminavit nuUo juria Ofdinc obstrvato 
contra leges Civitatis, et etiam contra kgca ct CDnsMcCudiiiea 
cujuslibet Kberi hominis de regno AngUc Qiiod vcro Civca 
semper calumpniaverunt, dicentes quod nuUus debct plicitaya 
in Civitate de transgressionibus ibidem &ictia, iiiai Vicaeomilea 
Londoniarum; set nicfail profuit. Tamen Civea reddidenMK 
judicia de omnibus in Civitate manentibQa, qui cowvicti fuaruat 
vcl inciderunt pro falsa loquela. Eodcos tcmpora JuaCitiaffiiaa 
fecit venire ooram se et coram Comite Okwvenua emaai pia- 


tores Civitatis, quotquot inventi fuerunt, cum panibua suis ; ita 
quod per paucos Cives convocatos, coram ipsis fuerunt panes 
ipsorum adjudicati, et illi quorum panes non ponderaverunt 
secundum assayum Civitatis non fuerunt positi in pillorio sicut 
antea solebant, sed pro voluntate predictorum Justitiarii et 
Comitis, contra antiquam consuetudinem Civitatis et totius 
regni, exaltati fuerunt in tumberella. 

Hoc anno in Octabis Innocentium, cum clamata fuit assisa 
de vino et cervisia in Civitate, proclamator Civitatis clamavit 
illam assisam tam extra portam petrinam sitam super Pontem 
Londoniarum quam alibi in suburbio Civitatis. 

Hoc anno Dominus Ricardus, Rex Alemannie, frater Domini 
Regis cum Regina sua et liberis suis veniens per mediam Fran- 
ciam transfretavit et applicuit apud Doveriam, et in Vigilia Puri- 
ficationis beate Marie venit Londoniis, Civitate optime attoniata 
et curtinata. 

Hoc anno die Lune ante festum Sancti Gregorii provisum fuit 
in Gildhalle inter Judicia, quando aliquis detulerit testamentum 
alicujus defuncti ad probandum in Hustingo, licet aliquis 
calumpnaverit aliquid juris in tenemento per illud testa- 
mentum legato, nonobstante illa calumpnia, statim capiatur illa 
probatio, salvo tamen jure cujuslibet. Nam illa probatio nichil 
ratificat, nisi ultimam voluntatem defuncti. Ita quod nonob- 
stante illa probatione, quilibet qui jus habet in tenemento per 
illud testamentum legato per alium quam per testatorem, 
poterit illud petere per breve de recto, vel per naturam bre- 
vis de introitu, sive per naturam brevis de morte antecessoris 
alterius quam testatoris, sive per queremoniam de intrusione ; 
set tamen qu&d queremonie, que fiunt sine breve, fiant infra 
terminum secundum consuetndines Civitatis usitatas. 

Hoc anno provisum fuit et statutum quod omnia placita de 
debitis teneantur coram Vicecomitibus tantum de Civibus Lon- 
doniarum. Eodem anno ante P^ham inchoata fuit nova 



tH «om/.iAn>.i falirica ccclcsie Sancti Pbuli, ct Fulco BMset, Episcopns Lon* 

cloniarum, otnit antc rcntccosten. 
(•(\l./X\iH Adam Brunin^. 

rtms stuj. I lenricus clc Covcntre. 

IIoc* anno infra quindenam Sancti Michaelis fuit mazimas 
ventus ct ultra modum orribilis tempestas in terra et in roari, 
ita quod innumcrahilcs naves cxcuntes a portu de Uernemfre 
ad pi.Hc^ndum cum hominibus perierunt. 

Eodcm anno, die Vcneris ante festum Simonis et Jade, habito 
ma^o ct lon^ Parlamento, Dominua Rex existens in magna 
aula Wcstmonastcrii, crcmvenientibus ibidem quamplaribus 
Comitibus ct Baronibus ct innumerabili populo, fccit legi aperte 
ct distinctc c*omi)ositioncm factam pcr Barones, (in alio libro 
notatas,) supcr usibus et lct^bus rc^i cmendandis. Arrhiepis- 
copus Cantuaric ct quamplurcs alii cpiscopi, pontificmlibus in* 
•v#-iif^Mnii/'iMii. (luti, onuicH illo.s scntcntiis cxcommunicationis inncxlavenint, 
iJi!rf'niVr'i.rf!!!. <!"' aliquid contra illam c<mi|K)5itioncm attemptassent* Et 
tm «m/nm /i.1 tiini» I)omiiius Rcx ccpit liccntiam transfretandi in Franciam, 
paccn) compositurus cum Rc^e Francie, et tradidit regnum 
suum ad custcKlicndum Archicpisc*opo Cantuarie,^Episcopo 
Wyt^ornicy dominis Rogcro Bigot, Ilugoni Bigot, et Philippo 

II(K* anno factus cst Maior Williclmus filius Ricardi. 
KcKlcm anno, dic prcc^cnte fcstum Sancti Leonardi, renit 
Dominus Rc^x ad cruccm Sanc*ti Pauli, innumerabili popolo Ci- 
vitatis in Folkcsmoto congrc«:ato, ct ibi rrpit licentiam a populo 
transfrc^tandi, sicut antca fivcrat apud Wcstmonasterium ; et 
promisit cis omncs lilMrrtatcs illorum illcsas CNmser^^arCy et ad 
cmcndationcm Civitatis c*(»nccssit cis qucdam nova statuta, que 
prci*cpit invi(»labilitcr obscr\*ari : vidclicct, qucxl dc cetero non 
^it nccTs.Hc habcrc causidirum in aliquo placito, moto in Civitatc, 
nc()uc in Ilustin^o, ncquc in aliis Curiis in Civitate, prcter in 
plac*itis ad Coronam Rcgis pertincntibus, vcl in placntis tem- 



rum, sive de namiis injoste captis* Sed quilibet ostendat que- 
rimoniam suam ore proprio et pars adversa similiter, sine occa- 
sioney ita quod prudentia Curie, certificata de rei veritate^ prestet 
partibus equum et justum judicium* Item^ si aliquo causidico 
pactum fuerit habendi aliquam partem tenementi, pro quo 
placitat, ratione mercedis sue, et super hoc convictus sit, amittet 
partem iUam, et suspendatur ab officio suo. Et ita fiat de illisy 
qui super tali transgressione convicti fuerint, quod amittant 
partem suam ita perquisitam, et graviter puniantur. 

Eodem die Johannes M aunsel dixit pro Domino Rege^ quod ^ ^^^^T^^ 
ipse fuit certificatus Arnulfum filium Thedmari, de quo supe- ^Tkedmari «» 
rius mentio facta est, nichil deliquisse^ et quod injuste fuit indic- ''^*"* ***"*• 
tatus, revocavit eum ad pacem et gratiam suam^ et precepit ut 
ipse esset in statum suam restitutus. 

Hoc anno« in Crastino Sancti Leonardi, recessit Dominus Rex ^ '»«»4/f«^ 
a Londoniis versus mare, et dictus Amulfus die Lune sequenti 
in Hustingo positus fuit in seisinam de Warda sua, de qua antea 
depositus fuit. 

Postea in festo beati Bricii, tunc temporis die Veneris^ trans- 
fretavit Dominus Rex ; qui antea ad pacem et gratiam suam 
revocaverat Nicholaum filium Jocei, Johannem le Minur, et 
Matheum Bukerel, de quibus superius fit mentio. Kaduifus 
Hardel, Nicholaus Bat, et Johannes Tulesan obierunt. 

Hoc anno, ante Natale Domini, mutatum est sigillum Domini D« now ti^o 
Regis, adhuc ultra mare existentis, cujus superscriptio talis est, ptS^^^^pu, 
** Henricus Dei gratia Rex Anglie. Dominus Hibemie et Dux ^*^- r^ ^^* 
Aquitannie." «« ««fo. ^- 

Et tunc facta est stabilis pax inter ipsum et Regem Francie •'••" T'*^"!; 
in forma subscnpta; videlicet, quod ipse quietum clamavit f»iic impi^tum 
Regi Francie totum jus et clamium, quod habuit in Normannia^-JJI*'',^*^^^^ 
Pictavia et Andigavia^ retenta sibi tantummodo Vasconia et ««/> ^>^ ^W«- 
quibusdam aliis partibus Aquitannie, de quibus ipse fecit homa- «^T; int^ 
gium Regi Francie« Tunc temporis dedit idem Rex Anglie Bea- '"''V??^' 
tricem, filiam suam^ filio Comitis Britannie in uxorem. 



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IIoc anno in cnatino Sancti Valentiniy tunc temporo die 
Dominicay consecratus est Henricus de Wengham a BcmefaciOf 
Cantuarie Archiepiscopo, in Epiicopatum Londoniamm, in cc- 
clesia Sancte Marie de Suwerk. 

Anno eodem, cum provisum fuerit per Dominnm Edwardum, 
filium Kegisy et Comitem GlouTemie, qui tunc temporis ermnt 
ad inviceni discordes, ad celebrandum generale Puiamentum 
apud Wcstmunasterium a die Pasche in tres septimanaa, ct ipai 
proposuerunty et multi alii Comites et Baronea et militea com 
equis ct amiis infra muros Ciritatis hospitari, et per hoc maxi- 
mum dampnum et periculum Civibus et Ciritati posset generari, 
venit Dominus KicarduSy Kei Romanoram, apud Weatmonaa- 
terium in Septimana Pasche, et convocatis Maiore et quibusdam 
disicretis viris de Civitate, coram ipso et Capitali Justitiario et 
Dominu Philippo Uasset, habuemnt coUoquium ad illud pericu- 
lum evitaiidum. Ita quod tunc provisum fuit quod nec Domi* 
nus Kdwardus, nec dirtus Comes, nec aliquis aliua,dc quo aliqua 
suspiciu hal>eretur, infra muros Civitatis hospitarctur ; et ita 
factum est. Pruvisum fuit insuper quod omnea de quindedm 
aniiis et amphus, quilil>et pn> posse suo, armis essent bene ma- 
iiiti : ct qu(id uinnes p4irte Civitatis de nocte casent clauscy ct 
huminihus amiatis custiKhte, et de die non cssent apcrtc, nisi 
purta l'ontis, Ludgate, et Alegate, et ipse easent hominibua ar- 
nuitiH hene muiiite. Kt quud predictus Kez, prcdicti Justitia- 
rii, et Phihppus, et quus ipsi vellent adduccre, de quibos nolla 
fuiHset suspiciu, infra Civitatem fuissent hospitati, qui cum Ci- 
vihus (^ivitatem, si newsse esset, custodirent. 

Postea, sccunda die ante festum Sancti Marci ETangeliste, 
appliruit Dominus Kex apud I>overiam veniens a partibus trana- 
mariiiis ; et quiiitu dio |>o!(t predictum festum venit Londoniis ct 
lioNpitatus cst in hospitio Kpiscopi I^mduniamm, et fecit hospi- 
tarc iiifra Civitatein Comitem (ihivemie, et plures alios quoa 
\ohiit, januis (^ivitatis de die et nucte interini hominibus arma- 
tis iK^ne munitis. Duminus Kdwardus veroct Comcs Leiocatrie 


hospitati fuerunt extra Ciyitatem et complices eorum, vel ad 
Hospitium Jerosolome, et in omnibus aliis domibus inter Civi- 
tatem et Westmonasterium. Rex vero Alemannie hospitatus fuit 
in domo sua apud Westmonasterium, quod necesse non fuit ip- 
sum esse in Civitate, cum Dominus Rex ibi fuisset hospitatus. 
Postea Rex, moram faciens in Civitate per quindecim dies et 
amplius^ recessit inde apud Westmonasterium xvij. kalendas 
Junii, et datus est dies ad aliud Parlamentum habendum ad 
quindenam Sancti Johannis Baptiste. 

Postea recessit Rex Alemannie de Londoniis versus mare, sci- 
licet, in festo Sancti Botulfi, qui, tertia die post dictum festum^ 
posuit se in mari apud Doveriam. 

In dicto vero Parlamento Domino Rege et Baronibus Anglie 
varie et diverse sentientibus inter se, datus est dies ad Parla- 
mentum habendum ad festum Sancti Edwardi. 

Ricardus Pikard. 4-f^- 

Johannes de Norhamton. •^a»»«x*». 

Hoc anno in festo Translationis Sancti Edwardi fiactus ett ^ 
miles Johannes, filius Comitis Britannie, qui desponsaverat fi- Br£uiJujN!a! 
liam Domini Regis, et multi alii nobiles apud Westmonasterium^ mUiu. 
cum maximo jubilo et tripudio. 

Eodem anno, die Lune ante festum Simonis et Jude, factus est 
Justitiarius Anglie dominus Hugo le Despenser; et in eodem 
festo factus est itenun M aior Willielmus filius Ricardi. 

Postea in Crastino Simonis et Jude rediens Rex Alemannie 
de transmarinis veiiit Londonias, et die sequenti venit Rex 
Scotie cum Regina sua, que^ repatriato Domino suo, moram fecit 
cum Regina Anglie matre sua, donec pareret. 

Hoc anno, die Lune post festum Sancti Eladmundi Regis, pro- 
visum fuit in pleno Hustingo, quia placita mota per multimoda 
brevia Domini Regis non potuerunt in una die a mane usque mAdoutidt Gawt- 
vesperas, nec etiam usque ad completorium, deduci ad effectum, SSr?lj!I^«2r 
a die illa omnia placita mota per breve dc dote, unde mulieres piaeittu 


nichil habetit, et pUcita de consuetadinibos et senriciis, placita* 
rentur illo die, quo placita communia tenentur. 

Kodcni anno, |>o8t Purificationem beate Marie Tenit Rez Lon- 
doniisy et postea die Dominica ante festum Sancti Valentint, 
fecit convenirc Folksmota ad crucem Sancti Pftuli, ubi ipse venit 
ct Rex Alemannie, Archiepiscopus Cantiuiriey Jobannes Maunsd 
et niulti alii. Ipse vero Kex precepit ut omnes de etate duo» 
decim annoruni et amplius coram Aldermanno suo in singulis 
Wardis jurassent fore fideles ei quamdiu viveret, et poat mortem 
ejus heredi suo ; et sic factum fuit. Tunc clause sunt omnes 
porte Civitatis de die et nocte per preceptum Regis, exoeptia 
porta pontisy porta de Ludgate et porta de Alq;ate, que de die 
sunt aperte, et hominibus armatis bene munite. 
Dt dunmiui Mcmorandum, quod hoc anno in nundinis NorhampCone in 

liaminMaii'^ uno conflictu intcr Londonienses et homines de Norbamptona 
Bmvytnses d4 facto, fucrunt quidam de Norhantona vulnerata, quorum unus 
miitoMd. p^^,^^^ mortuus cst ; set utrum ipse ex illa lesione vel morte sua 
naturali obiit nescitur. Ballivi autem illius ville, qui semper in* 
vident Londonicnsibus, ccperunt quatuor Iiomines de Londoniia, 
im|Mincnte8 eis niortem illam, et illos incarceraverunt, et omnia 
bona illorum et aliorum de Londoniis arestaverunt. Quo au- 
dito Maior ct Civcs, quia nullus Londoniensis debet placitare 
extra muros Civitatis^ prcter placita de tenuris exterioribus, im- 
|H*tniverunt litteras re^as ad iUos liberandos Maiori, vel nundo 
suo predictas littcras dcferenti, standi ad rectum coram Rege, 
sicut dcbercnt secundum leges Civitatis ; sed dicti Ballivi nolue- 
runt cos (hniittercy ncque pro illo brevi neque pro alio, quod 
Maior itcrum iui|)etravit. Sed illos arctius etcrudelius indude- 
Imnt contra preccpta Domini Regis et li!>ertates Londoniarum, 
ct ita renianscruiit ihi usque post Ihirificationem Beate Marie, 
quo tcn)|X)re Uex venit Londoniis et hospitatus est apud Tur- 
rim. In crastinum autem adventus sui accesserunt Maior et 
Civcs ad Dominum Regem et impetraverunt ab eo tertium 


breve ad predictos prisones deliberandos, et aliud breve Vice- 
comiti de Comitatu Norhamptone directum, quod si Ballivi pre- 
dicti noluerint illos dimittere, quod ipse intraret infra liber- 
tates suas, et ipsos deliberaret latori litterarum Domini Regis, 
ducendos coram Domino Rege ad faciendum quod de jure facere 
deberent secundum leges Civitatis. Quibus litteris iropetratisy 
ecce ! rumores quod predicti prisones fuerunt apud Cherringe 
juxta Westmonasterium, ubi Maior et Ballivi Norehamptone 
illos adduxerunt. Quo audito, Maior Londoniarum misit ad 
illos quosdam Cives, deferentes predictum breve ; quo brevi 
lecto et intellecto, noluerunt adhuc illos prisones nuntiis Maioris 
liberandos assentire. Tunc, vero, Maior Londoniarum, cum 
innumerabili populo, accedens ad Regem, ostendit ei^ graviter 
conquerendo^ qualiter ipsi Ballivi in despectu regie majestatis 
et ad maximum dedecus Civitatis sue Londoniarum pro tertio 
brevi suo nichil facere voluerunt. Qui^ motus in iram, misit 
Petrum de Nevile^ quendam marescallum domus sue, ad Cher- 
ringa ; qui incontinenti adduxit prisones coram Rege, et liberati 
sunt Maiori. Cives vero statim narraverunt versus illos de 
Norhamptona de transgressione eis Cacta et de contemptu bre- 
vium Domini Regis ; illi autem responderunL Super qua nar- 
ratione et responso Dominus Rex dedit eis diem ad habendum 
judicium in crastinum ; quod judicium dare et capere colluden* 
tibus^ positum fuit in respectu de die in diem plusquam per 
quinque septimanas, et postea, tertia die ante festum Annun- 
tiationis Dominice, Maior et Cives venerunt apud Turrim^ et Bal- 
livi de Norhamtona, coram Domino Rege in camera sua, presen- 
tibus ibi Capitali Justitiario^ Philippo Basset, Johanne Maunsel, 
Roberto Walerand, etaliis de consilio Domini Regis. Cives vero 
petierunt judicium suum respectatum inter ipsos et illos de 
Norhamtona de narratione sua et responso illorum. Illi autem 
de Norhamtona dixerunt quod nunquam responderint eis, sed 
Domino Regi, quia non tenentur placitare extra muros borgi 
sui, et inde proferunt cartam Domini Regis, que &cta fuit anno 


Regis qui nunc est xW^. Et Cives dicunt quod cmrtm ilU non 
del)et eis valere, quia non sunt in seisina de multis articuris in 
ipsa contentis, et maxime quod illi respondent in omnibus nan- 
dinis Anglie. Kt responderunt in nundinis Sancti Yvonis, 
Sancti Botulfi, Wintonie, et Lienne, et Stanfordie, et etiam hic 
partiti sunt de carta sua, respondendo ad narrationem Civium* 
Postea lcctum fuit recordum rotuli Justitiarii,in quo specificatur 
de responso facto Domino Regi pro contemptu brevium suonim, 
aperte et distincte irrotulatum. De narratione vero Civium ct 
responso Burgensium parum aut nichil scriptum est* Cives 
autem dixerunt, quod ipsi narraverunt versus illos, quod ipci 
injuste retinuerunt lil>cros homines suos, contra libertates Lon- 
doniarum, post receptionem brevium Domini Regis, et cataUa 
predictorum adhuc detinent, et de aliis transgressionibos versaa 
ipsos narraverunt, unde deteriorati sunt et dampnum habuenint 
ad valentiam decem librarum. Ad quod ipsi respondenint ita, 
quod partem recognoverunt et partem defenderunt, et de hoc ae 
ponunt sui>er recordum Episcoporum et Baronum, qui inter* 
fuerunt illo die, et petunt inde judicium. Petunt etiam judi* 
cium de nova carta Burgcnsium, que nuUius debet esse Taloris 
adversus cartas Civium, quas proferunt, scilicet, cartmm Henrid 
Kegis secundi, Ricardi Regis, Johannis Regis, et cartmm Domini 
Regis qui nunc est, et quod ipsi sunt in seisina de omnibus 
libertatibus in predictis cartis contentis. 

Tandem, multis altercationibus inter ipsos fiictis, habitum 
est coUoquium et consiUum coram Domino Rege per Barones 
suos, et quia Episcopi et alii qui interfuenint illo die, quo pbci- 
tum illud placitatum fuit, non fuerunt presentes, positum fuit 
Ulud judicium in respectu usque ad quinque septimanas post 

Circa idcm tempus, in quadragesima, PhiUppus de Ek>klaandey 
unus marescallus Domini Regis, qui semper calumpnavermt, 
quod Cives Londoniarum deberent respondere coram SenescaUo 
Regisy quotienscumque aliquis d« fiuniUa Regis oonquereret de 


eis, contra libertates suas implacitavit qaendam mercatorem, 
qui natuB fuit in partibus transmarinis. Quod placitum de- 
ductum fiiit in Civitate coram Yicecomitibus Londoniarum^ et 
ibi terminatum. 

Hoc anno electus Wintoniensis, de quo mentio superius facta i^ obUu EpU- 
est, qui consecratus fuit apud Romam, veniens cum litteris ^^ ^r^^ 
papalibus versus Angliam, obiit circa festum Nathalis Domini iU Cmria Bo- 
preteritum, et Willielmus de Yalencia firater ejus rediit in*^**** 
Angliam drca Pascham per assensum Baronum. 

Postea, venientibus quinque septimanis post Pascham, po- 
situm est iterum in respectu usque ad quindenam post festum 
Sancti Johannis predictum judicium inter Londonienses et 
homines de Norhamtona. 

Memorandum^ quod in Pkscha predicta Dominus Rex, dum 
fuit apud Wintoniam, fedt Capitalem Justitiarium suum de 
Philippo Basset contra assensum Baronum, qui noluerunt 
ipsum admittere ; et ita hac de causa et aliis de causis orta est 
dissensio inter Dominum R^m et predictos Barones et etiam 
sine manifesta ratione. 

Philippus Cissor. ^, e(?». irj., 

Ricardus de Walebrok. *^^ ••^ 

Hoc anno ante translationem Sancti E^wardi pacificata eatreffitxt>.qtutua. 
predicta dissensio inter Dominum Regem et Barones suos, 
predicto Rege et Regina sua tunc hospitatis apud Sanctum 
Paulum, et Rege Alemannie apud Sanctum Martinum Mag- 
num ; que paz non stetit. Immo Barones postea amoverunt 
vicecomites Domini Regis per loca, et posuerunt ibi alios^ quos 
appellaverunt '' Custodes Comitatuimi f* et adhuc non per- 
miserunt Justitiarios, qui missi fuerunt per regnom ad itine- 
randum, facere offidum suum. 

Hoc anno factus est Maior Thomas filius Thome. 

Hoc anno, in quadragesima, Dominus Rex fedt legi ad 
crucem Sancti Pkuli quandam buUam Pkpe Urbani, qui eodem 
anno faetus est P^pa, qui confirmavit bullam Alexandri P^pe, 

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predecetsoris tui, qui antea absoWerat ipsam Regem et omnes 
illos de juramento, quod fecerant in Parliamento de Oionia 
in hoc rotulo prenotato. Et misit Rex breve suum per omnet 
Civitates Anglie, precipiens ne quis illam absolutionem con- 
tradiceret, et si quis contra hoc in facto vel in dicto faoere pr^ 
sumissety caperetur, non liberaturus sine Domino Rege. 

IIoc anno Rex Alemannie recessit a Londoniis pridie ante 
festum Sancti Albani, qui tertia die post transfretaTit. 

Postea Uominus Rex, die Dominica post festum P^tri ec 

Pauliy cepit licentiam ad crucem Sancti Pkuli transfiretandi in 

Francia a Civibus Londoniarum, et in Crastinum reoeasit a 

thttmnsfntn- Westmonastcrio vcrsus mare, et Regina cum eo, existentibua 

iHfmfJt^ ^^^^^ temporis ultra mare Dominis Edwardo et Edmundo, filiia 

Doroini Regis. Qui Rex et Regina cito postea transfretave- 


/v Mm f oiH.. Circa idem tempus obiit Ricardus de Clare, Comes GloTemiey 

^'"TrZ!I ' ^^ Ilenricus de Wingham, Episcopus Londoniarum* 

c/umuniM. KeXy postea, gravi iniirmitate egrotavit circa festum Sancte 

Maric mense Septembris ; pro qua iniirmitate moram fecit in 
transmarinis partibus usque post fcstum Sancti NicbolaL 

Circa idem tenipus electus est in Episcopum Londoniarum 
Ricardus Talebot, Dccanus Sancti Pauli» qui, rediens a partibua 
transroarinisy ubi presentatus fuit Domino Regi, venit in 
Angliam ; qui egrotans cecidit in lectum» et mortuus est antc 
festum Sancti Michaelis et ante consecrationem. 
j/-. f V. /j-. .;;.. Osbertus de Suthfolchia. 

I^rr^"z^/. Robertus de Munpelers. 

IIoc anno factus est iterum Thomas filius Thome Maior 

IIoc anno, |)ost fcstum Sancti Martini circa vesperas, cum 
quidam Judcus vuhierasset quodam anelacio quendam Christi- 
anum in vico de Colecherche» accurrenint multi Christiani, 
scilicety innumembiHs populus, ad Judeum prosequendum, et 
fregerunt quamplurcs domos Judeorum ; et de boc noQ con- 


tempti, poitea nocte super veniente asportavenint omnia 
bona dictomm Judeorum, et multd plures domos fregissent, 
et bona asportaviBsent, nisi Maior et Yicecomites accedentes ibi 
cum armis illos malefactores amovissent. Qua de causa fiacta 
est inquisitio in crastinum, et sic de die in diem per Maiorem et 
Yicecomites in Gildhalle, per duodecim viros juratos, de quibus 
nuUa fuit suspicio quantum ad istam feloniam, de singulis Wardis 
Londoniarum. Et postea universi Aldermanni fecerunt inqui- 
sitionem super hoc, quilibet in Wardemoto suo; unde qui 
indictati fuerunt vel accusati, capti fuerunt per Yicecomites et 
imprisonati, partem in Neugate et partem in Crepelgate. Et 
postea qui fuerunt de libertate Ciyitatis et qui potuerunt inve- 
nire plegios^ fuerunt deliberati per plegios. 

Hoc anno rediit Dominus Rex de Francia» et ponens se in mari 
apud Witsand cum Regina, applicuit apud Doveriam in Yigilia 
Sancti Thome Apostoli, et venit Londoniis, die Mercurii ante 

Hoc anno fuit magnum gelum et glacies valida, indpiens ih magmogti*, 
quinta die ante Natale, et duravit pertres septimanas continuas, 
et Tamisia ita fuit congelata, quod quandoque fiiit cooperta de 
rivo in rivum^ ita quod videbatur quod ipsa possit transiri 
pede et equo. 

Anno eodem septimo die Februarii, combusta sunt proprio 
igne suo parva aula Domini Regis apud Westmonasterium, 
Camera, et Capella, et Receptaculum, et alie plures domus 

Hoc anno, ante Cathedram Sancti Petri, ostenderunt Maior 
et Cives Londoniarum Domino Philippo Basset, Justitiario 
Anglis, et aliis de consilio Domini R^s apud West- 
monasterium, quod Constabularius Turris voluit occupare con- 
tra iilos libertates suas, arestando in Thamisia naves ante 
Turrim, et capiendo prisas de blado et aliis rebus, antequam 
venirent ad portum ; dicentes, quod ipse tunc temporis fecit 
arestare navem Thome de Basinges cum frumento ante Turrim, 



et ▼olait inde capere centum quarteria, quodlibet quarteriiiiii pro 
ii^«.dcnariis minuH quam venditum fuerit, quando Teniret ad ler» 
ram. Ad quod dictus Constabularius respondit, '* quod boc beoe 
potuit facerc ad opus Uomini Regis ;'' ad hoc cives dixemnt qood 
attachiamcnta in Thamisia pertinent solummodo ad VicecotnileB 
A'pM Tnuiisi' Londoniarum, quia aqua Thamisie tota pertinet de riTO ad 
nm*17rMli.. "vum ad Civitatcm usque ad Newe Wcre, sicut pluries osten* 
pjyy au yfff jmm cst coram Justitiariis itinerantibus apud Turrim, et siciit 
com|)actum fuit apud Bermundesheiey per duodecim milileB 
juratos dc Surcye, coram domino Hugone Bigot, Justitiario 
Anglic tunc itinerante ibidem. 

Dicunt etiam quod Dominus Rex nullam prisam capit de blado, 
antcquam naris sit ad portum, et tunc habebit ipse quarteriaiD 
frumcnti pro ii^* dcnariis minus quam venditum fuerit ; et hoc 
sulununodo ad sustentationcm domus sue, Et quod Conttaba- 
larius vel aliquis alius non habet prisam de blado ; sed >i ▼oluerit 
aliquid emcre, emat in mercato Civitatis, sicut civety et ad to- 
luntatcm vcnditoris ; et petunt Dominum Regem» quod ipee 
velit lil)ertates eorum conscnrarey et semper calumpniantes qood 
iioluiit ncc dolHMit illuc judicium subire vel recipere. Tanc^ 
hahito rolloquio inter Justitiarios et alios de consilio Regis, dixit 
dominuH Willcimus dc Wilton Civibus, ** Dominus Rex Talt 
cjuod libcrtates vestro consor%'ontur, et nos debemus velle qaod 
jura sua non |)oroant ; ot quia i^noramus, que jura pertinent ed 
Turrini, nos volumus inquirerc in tres septimanas post 
1'asrliani por alios, (|ui fuerunt ibidem constabularii, qiialem 
sei.Hinain Dominus I^x ibi habuerit ; sed Civitas interim habeat 
seysinani suain intotn^c ot pacifire, salva, tamen, calumpnia Con- 
stahuhirii, quain ad dictum diem monstrare rationabiliter pote» 
rit/* Tunc provisum fuorit ]h:t Cives et injunctum Vioecomitibas 
110 illi pormittorent Coiistabularium aliquod attachiamenti faoere 
iii Thainisia, ot si neccsso forot, qu€xl ipsi vim vi repeUerent. 

IIoc anno« itonim, probuit Dominus Rex assensum ad statuta 
dc Uxoiiia tencnda, ct misit brevia sua, in quibus statuta scripla 


erant, per omnes comitatos Anglie, predpiens illa obaervari, 
simul cum aliis, que Comes Marescallus^ Comes Leicestrie, 
PhilippuB Basset, et Hugo Bigot essent proyisuri ; quod parum 

Postea, die Dominica in media quadragesima, convenientibus 
multia de civitate ad crucem Sancti Pkuli, Maior fedt fidelitatem 
Domino Edwardo, post vitam suam; et in crastino omnes 
Aldermanni in Gildhallia, et qui erant absentes per infirmitatem 
in domibus eorum, coram Maiore. Die Dominicavero sequenti 
universi homines duodedm aimorum et amplius^ quilibet in 
Wardemoto, coram Aldermanno suo fecerunt illud idem 

Hoc annOj ante Pentecosten, Barones, qui prebuerant assen- SamM mai- 
sum ad ordinationes et statuta facta apud Ozoniam observanda, ^^ ^if^ 
miserunt quoddam breve^ sub sigillo R(^ri de Clifibrd, Domino r**^?|^^ 
R^^ petentes ipsum, ut ipsa statuta veUet conservare ; et diffi- 
daverunt omnes iUos, qui contra ire voluerunt, salva persona 
R^s, Regine et liberorum suorum* Tunc, statim, dicti Barones 
militaverunt cum magno ezercitu super omnes adversarios suos, 
et in primis apud Herefordiam, ceperunt episcopum Herefordie, 
et omnes canonicos suos, alienigenas, et thesauros eorum aspor- 
taverunt, et omnia qne inventa sunt in maneriis vendiderunt et 
multa maneria combusserunt. Et eodem modo fecerunt de 
omnibus maneriis, per que transitum fecerunt, scilicet, illorum, 
qui iUa statuta infringere nitebantur, tam virorum ecclesiasti- 
corum quam aliorum ; et etiam in ecdesiis suis novos rectores 
statuerunt, et mazime in ecdesiis aUenigenarum, nuUi moles- 
tiam inferentes prseter adversariis suis, sed firmam pacem ob- 
servantes. CasteUa, vero, Domini Rq^ et aUorum capientes, 
in eis novos constabnburios posuerunt; quos omnes fecemnt 
jurare fideUtatem Domino Regi, et semper veziUum Domini 
Regis coram se detulerunt. Postea, miserunt breve Civibus 
Ijondoniarum circa festum Sancti Johannis, sub sigiUo Simonis 
de Monte Forti, Comitis Leicestrie, volentes certificari ab ipsis. 


^^ an vellent obsenrare dictas ordinationes et ttatuta, bcta ad 

honorcm Dei, ad fidem Domini Regis, et ad utilitatem toCm 

regni, an potius aflhcrere illis, qui ▼oluenint illaa infringere/' Et 

sciendum, quod talis fuit {Ktitio Raronum. 

ih j^tihw Petunt Haroncs a Domino Kegc humiliter et devotey quod or- 

;ir!!/i!^7V,!/«M dinationcs ct statuta apud Oxoniam facta, et juramento firmatay 

o(t€rtiin,i,i. inni Domini Kegis quam et Magnatum, et subsequenter omniam 

et singulorum totius rcgni Anrrlic, firmiter et inviolabiiiter ob- 

serventur. Ita, tamcn, quod si aliqua in cisy per oonsider^ 

tionem bonorum virorum ad hoc elcctonimy inveniantiir 

Domino Itcgi vel rcgno prcjudicialia vel dampnosa, iUa penitoa 

subtrahantur ; ct si quc fucrint obscura vcl corrigenda, ded»- 

rcntur vcl corrigantur ; et providcatur securitaa de aliis, vide» 

licct, bonis ct utilibus, impcrpctuum firmiter obsenrandis. 

Itcin pctunt quod rcgnum dc cctcro pcr indigenas fidelet et 

utiles sub Doniino Ilegc gubcmctur, et non per alios, aicut fit 

communitcr iri (minibus aliis mundi rcgnis. 

Uuod vcro niandatum Civcs ostcnduiit Domino Regi ezistenti 
apud Turrim, Kcl^c Alcmannie, Kcgina, Domino Kdwardo, et tU^ 
hvTXn \Valraii(i. tuiir ibi solummodo prescntibus, et dixerunt quod 
(MiiniN Coiniiiuna illa statuta, quc sunt ad honorem Dei, adfidem 
K('i:is, vt ad utilitatcm rcL^iii, voluiit obscrvare ; que statuta per 
pr(Tcptuni Koi^is a dirta C\»nimuiia antca juramento fueruAt 
athrniata, ot quod iiulhis militos, Hcrvicntcs, alicnigenaa, voIue« 
ruiit lYcrmittorc in (*ivitato hospitari : quia i>cr illos orta estom- 
iiis (hs(*ordia intcr Kc^crn ct Haroiics suos. Postca missi sunt 
p(T ))nTcptuiii Kcgis quidain (h* (*ivibus cum consilio Regis ad 
pa('itu*anduiii cuni Hantiiibus, usquc ad Dovcriam. In quo 
itiiuTc fartuin cst rcsp(msuni Bart»iiibus, quod tota Comrouna 
vdluit dicta statuta facta ad hontircm Dci, ad fidcm Domini 
Kc:^is, ct ad utilitatoni ri^i^iii «ibscrvarc, salva lil>crtate Londonia- 
runi ; ct ita Haroncs et Cives suiit confcdcratiy dicentea, ** talTm 
tidc D(miini Kcgis.*' 
I Tunc tcm|Kjris ct antca liccnciati fuerunt omnea alienigene. 


milites et servientes, a Ciyitate, qui postea per Dominum Ed- doH tunt a cv- 
wardum positi sunt in garenestura apud Wyndleshoram. ^^ /tfUnui/Ms- 
tunc Cives fecerunt excubias, equitantes de nocte per Civitatem 7'*' ?** ^"' 
cum equis et armis, inter quos innumerabilis populus peditum nouuum ul 
se intrusit; quorum quidam maliciosi, sub colore querendi 
alienigenas, fregerunt plures domos aliorum et bona ibi inventa 
asportaverunt. Ad quorum maliciam refrenandam, dimisse ■ 
sunt excubie equitantium, et facte sunt in Wardis, quilibet in I 
Warda sua bene armatus. Postea, die Dominica ante festum 
Sancte Margarete^ venerunt Barones Londoniis, et in crastino 
Rex et Regina recesserunt a Turri usque ad Westmonasterinm* 
Tunc temporis, assentiente Domino Rege, factus est per Barones 
Hugo le Despencer Justitiarius totius Anglie, et tradita ei 
Turris Londoniarum. 

Memorandum quod iste Maior, tempore Maioratus sui, ita Q^i^ •><««- 
nutrierat populum Civitatis, quod vocantes se Communam Civi- buu c^mtiia- 
tatis, habuerant primam vocem in Civitate. Nam ipse Maior ^*']J^''^-^- 
omnia agenda sua per illos agebat et terminabat, dicens eis, tatu. 
^^ vultis vos ut ita fiat ;'' et si dixissent ya ya, ita factum fiiit. 
Et e converso, parum aut nichil Aldermannis seu Magnatibus 
Civitatis super hoc consultis ; sed f uerunt ipsi, quasi non essent. 
Iste populus ita per hoc erat elatus et superbia inflatus, quod 
tempore perturbationis regni, de qua superius mentio facta est, 
ipsi fecerunt de se conventiculas, et per centenos et miUenos 
juramento confederati sunt, sub quodam colore pacem obser- 
vandi, qui manifeste fuerunt pacis perturbatores. Nam cum 
Barones tantummodo super illos, qui predicta statuta infringere 
voluerunt, militassent, et bona talium diripuissent, et hoc de 
die, isti de nocte domos Caurainium et aUorum, qui non fue- 
runt contra statuta predicta, in Civitate fregerunt et bona in 
predictis domibus inventa violenter asportaverunt, et multa alia 
illicita fecerunt. lilos vero Maior tepide redaiguebatur. 

Postea ipsi, velut Justitiarii itinerantet, voluerunt omnet pur- £>, 
presturas, novas et veteras, in Civitate, nullo juria ordine ob- <*"«<>«»^ 


servato, amovere, et venellas, per breve Domini Regit et per 
Justitiarios itinerantes, aaseiitiente Communa, obstapatma et 
quibusdam arcntatas, nitebantur aperire^ ita quod qnasdam 
et sine judicio aperuerunt, et eodem modo quasdam purpre»- 
turas amoverunt, ct aliquas post prandium ; et hoc non fecerunt 
solummodo amovendi illas, sed occasione meremiom et alia ibi 
inventa asportandi. 

Postea, in crastino Sancte Margarete missum est brere Do- 
mini Regis Maiori ct Civibus, in quo, lecto in Gildhalle, 
tineljatur, quod ilia dissensio, que fuit inter Kegem et Baroi 
fiiit pacificata, et prccepit Rex, quod pax sua infra Civitatem ct 
extra firmiter observaretur ; ct cum de aliquo, contra predictm 
statuta veniente, sciri posset, per Bailivos arestatua fuiaaet, et 
omnia bona sua, et salvo custodita, donec Rex super hoc aliod 
dedisset in preceptis. Et a dic illa in antea omnia per legeni 
terre dcducta fuissent ct terminata. 

Tunc tcmporis predicti Baroncs ad captandam a Civibua 
majorem bcnevolcnciam, affati sunt eos, dicentes *' ut ipsi pro- 
vidissent, si quid subtractum fuisset de libertatibus suia, ct 
etiam alia, que fuissent justa et honesta ad libeitates suaa aug* 
mentanda.% ct illa posita in scriptis, Barones ostenderent Rcgi 
ct consilio suo, qui ea sigillo suo confirmaret, predictis Civiboa 
et heredibus eorum imporpetuum possidenda, Maior vero fecit 
fSf^/fCfrHHt summoniri universum populum Civitatis, dicens eis ** ut hominee 
jcdiiiiii iriKr..b.. (]e quolibet ofiicio providisscnt, que fuissent eis utilia, et ipee 
■MM/««i;M..rHf... ea faceret clamarc in Cintate et firmiter observare;" unde, 
postea, de die in diem singuli de quolibet ofiicio per se fecerunt 
nova statuta ct provisiones, que magis possunt dici abhomine» 
tionesy ct solummodo ad commodum ipsorum, et ad intoUera- 
bilem jacturam omnium mcrcatorum venientium in Londoniis 
et in nundinis .\nglie, ct ad maximum dampnum universonun 
regiii. Et tunc nichil actum fuit sive tractatum de communi 
utilitate Civitatis neque de augmentationc libertatum ejuadem ; 
set tamen predicta statuta et provisiones ad nullum penrenerunt 


Postea in vigilia Sancti Jacobi recesserant etiam Barones 
versus Windleshoram a Londoniis ad obsidendum Castram 
iilud ; quod quidem Castrum redditum est per Dominum Edu- 
ardum, pace formata, die post predictum festum, adhuc Rege 
et Baronibus moram facientibus circa Fuleham, et statim 
alienigene qui infra Castrum fuerant repatriaverunt. 

Tunc temporis etiam plures Magnates et alii ostenderunt Qui/uerttnt in- 
Regi et consilio suo, conquerendo, quod ipsi inter alios fuerant petitruntfjusti' 
depredati et injuste, dicentes, ^^ quod ipsi non fuerunt contra ^"^ 
dicta statuta de Oxonia,'' et petierant sibi justitiam exhiberi. 
Quod positum fuit in respectum usque ad quindenam Sancti 

Postea, secunda die post festum Sancti Mathei, tunc temporis ^ tran»frfta' 
die Dominica, Dominus Rcx, Regina et filii eorum et quamplures '^** ^**' 
nobiles regni Anglie transfretaverant, ut essent ad parlamentum 
Regis Francie apud Bononiam, ubi locutum fuit de peregrina- 
tione sua et alioram crace signatorum in Tcrram Sanctam, et 
de coronacione filii sui in Regem, existentibus tunc ibidem fere 
omnibus Ducibus et Magnatibus Frande, Burgundie, Campanie, 
et Hispannie. 

Thomas de Forda. MCC-ixii/., ,» 

g^ , _ , , /nt anni rfyni 

Gregonus de Rokesle. nffit xivif», 

Hoc anno, die post Octabas Sancti Michaelis, Dominus 
Rex rediens de Bononia venit in Angliam, et, postea, die 
Yeneris venit Londoniis. 

Memorandum, quod cum per plures annos contentio fuisset 
inter Abbatem Westmonasterii et Cives Londoniaram super 
quibusdam libertatibus, quas dictus Abbas per quamdam 
cartam, a Domino Rege impetratam, exigebat in Comitatu Mi- 
delsexie; tandem, hoc anno die Martis post Octabas Sancti 
Michaelis, dicta contencio ad Scacarium Domini Regis, coram 
Gilberto de Preston, Justitiario, per breve R^s ad hoc speda- 
liter missum, et coram baronibus de Scacario per judidum fuit 
terminata. Nam, per veredictum duodedm militum juratorum 

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de Comitatu Midelsexie, conventum fuit, quod Vicecomites 
Londoniarum possunt intrare in omnibus villit et tenementia» 
qu^ Abbas habct in Midclscxiam usque ad portam Abbatie 
sue, et ibi summonitiones facerc ct distringere omnibos modia, 
sicut in tencmentis aliorum li))ere tcncntium in Comitatu ; ct 
quod tenentes Abl)atis ad Comitatus ct ad Hundreda ■rctana 
facere dcbenty et omnia alia servicia, que liberi tenentea de 
prcdicto Comitatu facere solent. Postca, prooessu temporisy 
predictus Abbas et Convcntus suus per cartam suam commaiii 
sigillo eorum sigilbitam, rcmiserunt Civibus omnem actionem» 
quam habuerunt in Middlescxia, occasione prenominate carte m 
Domino Rege impetrate ad prejudicium Civium» imperpe- 
tuum ; quod postea non stetit. 

IIoc anno in parlamento, post quindcnam Sancti Michaeliay 
itcrum orta est dissentio intcr Uominum Regem et predictum 
Comitcm LfCyccstrie et comphces suos. Rex enim et Domiiius 
Edwardus ct multi magnates rcgni, qui eis adhcserunty voluenint 
ut omnibus illisy quibus injuste deprcdacioncs scu transgrea» 
sioncs factc fueranty justicia exhibcretur; ad quod pars altera 
noluit asscntirc. Postca Kcx voluit, ut illi qui dcbent esse de 
faniilia domus suc, fuissent |>cr ipsum clccti ct in officio positi. 

Tunc tcni])oris Uoniinus Kdwardus, sub colorc visitandi ux- 
orcm suam, intravit in Castrum de Wyndcshor ct ibi se tenuit. 
Rcx autcm in crastino niane rccessit a Wcstmona.stono versua 
dictum Castrum, ct in eo intravit cum suis, quibus voluit, quem 
multi Comites ct Baroncs, qui cum co tcnuerunt, sunt secuti, 
Comitc LfCicestrie et complicibus suis in Londoniis hospitatia. 
Postca, utraquc pars posuit sc in arbitho Kegis Francie de 
predicta contcntionc. 

IIoc anno itoruni elcctus cst Maior Thomas filius Thomc pcr 
|K>puluni, Aldennannis autem ct Magnatibus Civitatis i^arum 
su|)or hoc consultis, et statim juratus, sicuti antca duobus an* 
nis procodentibus fucrat, quod nuncquani alius Maior fuorat, 
nisi prius admissus fucrit a Rcgc vcl a Baroiiibus suis de Sca^ 


cario. Ipsc vcro in crastino fiiit presentatus predictis Baroni- 
bus apud Westmonasterium ; set non fnit admissus^ prohi- 
bente Domino Rege per brcve suum^ qui valde motus fuit in 
iram adversus civitatem pluribus de causis. 

Postea Dominus Rex^ qui antea miserat litteras suas Regi 
Francie standi arbitrio suo^ de contencione inter ipsum et 
Barones habita, transiretavit in Septimana Natalis et Dominus 
Edwardus et alii de consilio suo, ad parlamentum Regis Fran- 
cie. Petrus, vero, de Monte^ et quidam alii ex parte Baronum, 
quorum literas eodem modo predictus Rez habuit patentes quod 
starent arbitrio suo, transfretaverunt. 

Rex autem predictus, die Mercurii ante conversionem Sancti ^ «^*^ . 
Pauli, declaravit arbitrium suum, cujus tenor talis est. ** Nos, 
partibus convocatis Ambianis, Domino Rege Anglie person- 
aliter, et quibusdam de Baronibus per se, et aliis per procura- 
tores comparentibus coram nobis, auditis hinc inde propositis 
et defensionibus, ac rationibus partium plenius intellectis, at- 
tendentes per provisiones, ordinationes^ statuta, et obligationes 
Oxonie, et per ea, que ex eis et occasione eorum subsecuta 
sunt,juri et honori regio plurimum fuisse detractum, regni 
turbationem, ecclesiarum depressionem et depredationem, et 
aliis personis ipsius regni, ecclesiasticis et secularibus, indigenis 
et alienigenis, gravissima dispendia provenisse ; et, quod veri- 
similiter timebatur, ne graviora contigerent in futurum, com- 
municato bonorum et magnatum consilio, predictas provisiones^ 
ordinationes, statuta, et obligationes, quocunque nomine tenean- 
tur, et quicquid ex eis, vel occasione earum, subsecutum est, 
per dictum nostrum et ordinationem nostram cassamus et irri- 
tamus; maximd cum appareat summum Pontificem eas per 
suas litteras cassas et irritas nundasse ; ordinantes, quod tam 
dictus Rex quam Barones, et alii quicunque presenti compro- 
misso consenserunt, et de prcdictis observandis se quocunque 
modo astrinxerunt, se de eisdem quietent penitus et absolvant. 
Adjicimus etiam quod, ex vi seu viribus predictarum provisio- 


num, seu ordinationum scu obligationum vel alicujus super hoc 
concesse potestatis a Rege, nullus nova statuta {acial, ncqiM 
jam facta tencat vel observet, nec pn>pter non obsenracioDem 
prcdictorum det>eat aliquis capitalis vel aliter inimicus haberi, 
aut penam aliquam propter hoc sustinere. Decemimus etiain 
quod super predictis provisionibus et earum occasione omnes 
littere confecte irrite sint et inanes, et Ordinamus etiam quod 
ipsi Regi Anglic restituantur a Baronibus et reddantur. Item 
dicimus et ordinamus, quod Castra, quecunque tradita fuerint 
custodienda ad securitatcm, seu occasione predictorum, et ad- 
huc detentay liberc a Baronibus eidem Regi reddantur, tenendm 
ab eodem Rege, sicut ca tcnc1>at ante tcmpus predictantm pro- 
visionum. Item dicimus et ordinamus quod liceat eidem Regi 
Iil>erc Capitalem Justitiarium, Canccllarium, Thesaurariumy J 
ticiarios minores, Vicccomitcs, et quoscunque alios officiales 
ministeriales rcgionis sui, ct domus sue, prcficerey destituere, in- 
stitucre et amovere, pro sue libito voluntatis, sicut faciebat ante 
tempus prcdictum. Item, retractamus et cassamus illud statu- 
tum factum, quod rcgnum Anglie pcr indigenas de cctero guber» 
nctur, necnon ut exirent alicnigene non reverauriy exceptis illis 
quorum moram fidcles rcgni communiter acceptarent. Ordi- 
namus per dictum nostrum, ut liccat alienigenis morari in dicto 
rci^no sccurc, ct quod dictus Rcx possit alicnigcnas ad consilium 
«tuum, quos sibi vidcrit utilcs ct fidclcs, vocare, sicut faoere 
{>otcnit antc tcmpus prcdictum. Itcm, dicimus et ordinamut 
qu4Nl dictus Rcx plcnam |M)tostatcm et lilicrum regimcn habeat 
in rcgno suo ct cjus pcrtincntiis ; ct sit in eo statu ct in em 
plcnaria potcstatc, in omnibus et pcr omnia, sicut erat ante 
tcmpus predictum. Nolumus autcm, ncc intendimus |H*r pre- 
scntcm ordiiiationcm, derogare in aliquo rcgiis privilegiis, cartit, 
li1>crtatibus, statutis, aut laudabilibus consuetudinibus re^i 
An;:1io, quc crant antc tcmpus pmlictiim. Ordinamus etiam 
quod idcm Rcx dictis Ilaronibus indulgcat ct remittat omnem 
rancorem, qucin lial>cat advcrsu> cos occasione prcmissorum 


et similiter Barones eidem ; et quod nuUus alterum, occasione 
premissorum, de quibus in nos extitit compromissum, per 
se vel per alium de cetero non gravet in aliquo^ vel 

Postea Dominus Rez rediens de partibus transmarinis venit rv». taUmd. 
in Angliam. 

Barones vero non contempti de arbitrio predicti Regis 
Francie fuerunt, qui statim militaverunt in Marchia Wallie 
super Rogerum de Mortuo Mari, et omnia castra sua proster- 
nerunt, et terras suas depredaverunt, et maneria et villas com- 
busserunt; ad cujus succursum Dominus Edwardus in manu 
valida veniens, fere captus fuit. £t tunc, iterum captum est 
parlamentum apud Oxoniam inter Dominum Regem et predic- 
tos Barones. Londonienses autem et Barones de Quinque Por- 
tubus, et fere omnis communa mediocris populi regni Anglie, 
qui vero non posuerunt se super Regem Frande, penitus arbi- 
trium suum contradixerunt. 

Unde Londonienses fecerunt de se ipsis Constabularium, 
scilicet, Thomam de Piwelesdona, et Marescallum, scilicet, Ste- 
phanum Buckerel, ad quorum summonitionem, audita magna 
cloca Sancti Pauli, omnes ^e civitate exire deberent, et non 
aliter, muniti tam de nocte quam de die, bene armati, sequentes 
vexilla dictorum Constabularii et Marescalli ubicumque illos 
ducere voluissent. Postea, Hugo le Despenser, Justitiarius, qui 
tunc custodiebat Turrim cum innumerabili populo Londonien- 
sium, exierunt a civitate, sequendo vexilla predictorum Con- j)^ ctmhnstumM 
stabularii et Marescalli, et nesciebant quo ire debereut, vel ad <*• THUworikt. 
quid faciendum ; qui ducti sunt usque ad Tstleworthe et ibidem 
prostraverunt et combusserunt Manerium Regis Alemanie, et 
omnia bona ibi inventa deprcdaverunt, et molendina ac vivaria 
sua fregerunt et combusserunt, nuUis treugis observatis, dum 
predictum parlamentum steterit. £t hoc fuit initium dolorum, 
et origo mortalis guerre, per quam tot maneria combusta sunt, 
et tot hominesy divites et pauperes, depredati^ et tot mille 
homines perierunt. 


'^ '>»H«"»' Illo vcro Parlamento finito sinc concordia, renit Coines Lei- 

'"^' * ccMtrie Londoniis, et multi Barones cum eo. Tunc statiin Do- 
minus Rex et Uominus Edwardus in manu valida militaTenuit 
ad Northamptonam, ct illam ceperunt, et etiam castnun, et 
Petrum de Monte Forti, et Simonem filium Comitia predicti, et 
omnes Barones ibi invcntos, cum omni hamesio suo, et omncs 
hurgenses ceperunty quos omncs fecit Rex salro custodiri. Tunc 
temporis Barones et Liondonienses confederati sunt scripto 
cyrographato ct juramcnto, quilibet duodecim annorum et am- 
pliusy standi simul contra omnes, salvatamen fide Domini Regis. 
ik .i.AtrHrfn.i.i Postea, in scptimana ante Kamos I^ilmanim, destmctum est 
j,nh,mnH. Judaismum in Liondoniis, et omnia bona ipsorum asportatm, ct 
quotquot Judci fucrunt inventi, nudi« dispoliati, et postea de 
noctc catcrvatim trucidati, scilicet, numero plusquam quingenti* 
Et qui remanscrunt, salvati fuerunt pcr Jnstitiarios et Maiofeniy 
qui antc occisionem missi fucrunt apud Turrim \ et tunc arcu 
Cyrographorum missa fuit apud Turrim ad salvandam. Tunc» 
ct antoa, multi dcnarii Ytallicorum ct Caurcinium, qui fuerunt 
depositi in custodia in prioratibus ct abbathiis circa Londontas, 
cxtracti sunt ct ad Londtmias deportati. Postea in septimana 
antc Pascham, Barones et I^ndonienses expugnantes RoffaiDy 
co|>crunt eani, et castrum obscderunt, et Imllivam ceperunt ; qui, 
auditis runioril)us dc adventu IU'gis, reccsserunt et venerunt 
lA>nduniis iii septimana Pa.sche. 
'"' • "'''"'^''« Postea, in festo Sancti Johannis antc Portam Latinam, exierunt 
Barones ct Liondonienses a civitatc adversus dictum Dominum 
Uegeni,tunc cxistcnteni in partil)us dc Liawcs, cum maximoexer- 
eitu. Illis aut4*m ibidom morani facientibus, Barones miserunt 
litteras sua.H Doniino Uetny ^*t Kex remisit eis litteras suas pro re- 
s[,et siniiliter Itex Alemannic ct Doniinut Edwardus, quas 
litteras rcquire in altera partc hujus fnlii seriptas. Et nono die a 
die illa,tunc tempuri.s dic Mercurii,valde niane confiigerunt panes 
extra villain de Liawes, ct in primo condictu majur {Mini Lon- 
diMiicnsiuni, ]>e(litum ct equitum, et quidam mihtcs ct luu^nes 
|M)sucrunt se in fugam vcrsua Lunduiiias. Baroncs, et illi qui 


remanserunt, pugnaverant cum ezercitu Regis usque ad noctem, 
et innumerabili populo utriusque partis occiso, Barones habue- 
runt victoriam, et ceperunt villam de Liawes. Et Rez Ale- 
mannie captus est, et multi alii Comites et Barones vel reddi- 
derunt se vel fuerunt occisi ; in quo conflictu^ sine Regibus et 
Domino Edwardo, xxv. barones vexilla portantes vel capti sunt 
vel occisi ; quidam tamen barones de exercitu Regis ponentes 
se in fugam, evaserunt. 

Memorandum, quod nocte illa inter Regem et Barones et 
suoso extitit provisum et ordinatum, quod providentie Oxonie 
starent inconcusse, et si quid ex eis foret corrigendum, per qua- 
tuor nobiliores Anglie episcopos, seu magnates^ penitus corri- 
gerctur ; et si dissentio aliqua foret inter ipsos, ita quod nullo 
modo concordes fieri possent, tunc staretur veredicto Comitis 
Andegavie et Ducis Burgundie, si major pars Baronum ad hoc 
consentire voluisset. Et ad hanc provisionem fideliter obser- 
vandam, predicti duo Reges suos primogenitos obsides et pri- 
sones Baronibus tradiderunt, et statutum est ut parlamentum 
hoc instanti festo Pentecostes apud Londonias teneatur; quod 
nunquam pervenit ad effectum. 

Postea, die Martis ante Ascensionem^ damata fiiit pax Regis 
et Baronum in Londoniis, et crastino venit exercitus Baronum 
in Londoniis, et Dominus Rex cum suis, et Rex Alemannie et 
multi prisones, qui capti fuerunt in prelio predicto, Domino Ed- 
wardo et Domino Henrico de Alemannia, qui tunt obsides, ut 
dictum est, positis in custodia in castro Doverie. Rex vero 
Alemannie, et quamplures alii prisones positi sunt in Turrim 
Londoniarum. Dominus autem Rex hospitatus est apud Sano* 
tum Paulum, et tunc quamplures de familia domus sue ab eo 
amoti ; et tunc nichil allocatum est ei vel Regi Alemannie, quoad 
ipsi tradiderint Baronibus obsides suos. 

Transcriptum litterarum quas Barones miserunt Domino 
Regi, ante prenotatum prelium, et litterarum quas idem 
Rex remisit eis, et etiam Utterarum quas Rex Alemannie et 
Edwardus remiserunt Baronibus. 


Excellentissimo Domino suo Henrico, Dei grmtiA, Ulnstri 
Regi Anglie, Domino Hibemie et Duci Aquitannie, Baroncs 
ct alii fideles sui, sacramentum suum et fidelitatem Deo et nbi 
dcbitam obscrvarc volentesy salutem et devotumi cum omni 
revcrentia ct honorc, famulatum. Cum per plura experimenta 
liqucat, quod quidam vobis assistentes multa de nobis mendacia 
vestrc dominationi suggesscrint, et mala, quanta poasunty non 
solum nobisy scd etiam vobis et toti regno vestro intentanta ; 
noverit vestra excellentia, quod salutem et securitatem corporia 
vestri totis viribus cum fidclitate vobis debita voluimua obier- 
varcy inimicos nostros non solum, set et vestroa et totios 
regni vcstri juxta posse gravare proponentes, illis luper pre* 
dictis, si pk&cet, non credatis. Nos enim vestri fideles sempcr 
inveniemur. £t nos Comes Leicestrie et Gilbertus de Clarey 
ad pctitionem aliorum, pro nobis et ipsis presentibus, ■igilln 
nostra apposuimus. 

Henricus, Dei gratia, &c. Simoni dc Nf onte forti et Gilberto 
dc Clarc ct complicibus suis. Cum per guerram et turbationem 
generalem in regno nostro, per vos jam subortas, necnon et in- 
ccndia et alia dampna cnormia, appareat manifeste quod fideli- 
tatcm vcstram nubis dcbitam non observatis, nec de securitate 
corporis nostri in aliquo curatis ; eo quod magnates et alios 
fidelcs nostros nostre fidei constanter adherentes, enonniter 
^vastis, ct ipsos pro possc vestro gravare proponitis sicut per 
littcras vcstras nubis significastis, nos gravamen ipsorum nos* 
trum proprium, et inimicos eorum nostros reputantes, precipue 
cum dicti fidelcs nostri, pro fidclitate sua obscrvanda, contrm 
infidclitatcni vcstram nobis virihtcr ct fideliter assistant, de 
vestra soruritatc vcl amorc non curamus, sed vos, tamquam 
nostros inimiros, difhdamus. Tcstc mc ipso apud Lewes, xij 
dic Maii, anno re^ni nostri quadnm^esimo octavo. 

Kicardus, Oei gratia, Ki^manorum Kcx scmper Augustus, et Ed- 
wardus, illustris Kcgis Anglic primogenitus, ceterique Barones, 
onmes ct nobilcs predicto Kegi Anglie constanter sinccre fide et 


devotionis operibus adherentes, Simoni de Monte Forti) Gilberto 
de Clarey ceterisque universis et singulis perfidie sue complicibus. 
Ex litteris vestris, quas illustri Regi Anglie, Domino nostro 
karissimoy transmisistis, accepimus nos esse diffidatos a vobis ; 
quamvis hujusmodi verbalis diffidatio satis fuerit nobis ante 
realiter vestra hostili in rerum nostrarum incendiis et bonorum 
nostrorum depopulationibus prosecutione probata. Nos igitur 
scire volumus vos a nobis universis et singulis, tamquam hostes 
puplicos ab hostibus diffidatos ; qui deinccps personarum vestra- 
rum et rerum dispendiis, ubicumque nobis ad hoc facultas 
affuerit, totis viribus nostris et mentibus insistemus. De hoc^ 
autem, quod falso nobis imponitis^ quod nec fidele nec bonum 
consilium ipsi Regi nostro damus, nequaquam verum dicitis. 
Et si vos, Domine Simon de Monte Forti vel Gilberte de 
Clare, velitis hoc idem in Curia dicti Regis asserere, parati 
sumus vobis securum ad veniendum ad dictam Curiam procu- 
rare conductum, et nostre super hoc innocentie veritatem, et 
vestriy sicut perfidi proditoris, mendacium declarare per alium 
nobilitate et genere nobis parem. Omnes nos contenti sumus 
predictorum Dominorum sigillis, videlicet, Romanorum Regis 
et Domini Edwardi. Datum Lewes, xij die Maii. 

Postea Rex Alemannie ductus est ad castrum de Berkamstede. 
Tunc Episcopi et Barones tenuerunt parlamentum, in quo ordi- 
natum fuit, sicut patet in litteris Domini Regis. quas ipse fecit, 
et sigillo suo sigillavit ; que littere sic incipiunt 

Ad reformationem status regni eligantur tres discretiores de 
regno, &c. 

Tunc provisum fiiit de raptoribus, tam clericis quam laids, 
quomodo sit contra eos procedendum. 

Item de clericis, qui arma tulerunt in beUo, vel in comitatu 

Item de clericis et Ifdcis, qui bona ecclesiastica rapuerunt in 
una diocesi, et beneficia vel domicilia habent in alia, cum 
non poterunt preveniri citatione^ ubi perpetrarunt delicta. 

CAMD. 80C. K 


Item dc clericis et laicis qui clcricos captivarunt* 

Ad primum rcsponsum ; si aliquis aj^crc velit alitcrcunquey 
ordo juris obscrvctur sed ubi facta cst rapina ccclesie, vd clerioo^ 
vcl laicoy vel ad eorum protcctioncmy vel ])crsone ecclesiastiGoper 
|>crsonani ecclcsiasticam vcl laicam, vcl laico [ler clcricum ; quift 
mctu majoris [lericuli tam ecclcsiarum injurias, quam propriaty 
post multasct indcfcnsas rclinqucntes injuriasyquasyquousqueulte» 
riori sc vel sua committcrent discriminiy c<igcns existimo et im* 
|)ediens pro quibusy Kpiscopus in sua diocesi super hiii fieri 
faciat inquisitioncm, quis, a quo, quid, quantum, et quo looo 
violcntcr abstulcrit ct domum spoliavcrit, ct, nominibus specifi- 
catis, citcntur lcgitimc et in factis notoriis ct manifestis, moni* 
tione prcmissa, fiat condcmpnatio. In occultis autem inficienti* 
bus, judicatur purgatio. Kt quia multitudo cst in causa, ezpe* 
dit, ut crcdoy qui>d scvcritati aliquantulum tradatur. 

Ad ftccundum responsum, quod rlcrici arma |)ortantC8 in ipso 
contlictu, si cx partc ipsorum, qui justitiam fovebant et violen- 
tiani n*[M.'Ilcbant, ad tcmpus sus])cndaiitur ab oflicio, et decufBo 
tcm])orc diH])cnsationis« {)ossint ad officium rcstitui, si nullum 
tanicn {)crcusscrint vcl lcscrint in codcni conflictu. Ez hiia 
liqucrc |)otcritis, quid de aliis scntiam. (iui, autem, cuni pre- 
donibus scu ra]>toribus cucurrcrunt ct ])rcdc seu rapine |Nurtici|)es 
cxtitcrint, |)rcHcrtim ccclchiaruni ct ccdcsiasticorum, ordinis sui 
subjaccant ]>cricula, et I>cncficiis |>rivari poterint de rigore ; con- 
tra quos ])er moduni inquisitioiiis, ut su)>ra dictum est, rcos c^se 

Ad tcrtium rcs[)onsum, quod cum malcfactorcs se ad alia 
transtulcrint, ita quod ibidcm citationcs ]M.*r\-cnirc non [M>ssunty 
[)U])licc ])onutur cdictum ])er K])isco[>um, quod idcni K))isco|>us, 
ccrtis tcnnino ct 1(k*o, su]>cr liujus ra))iiiis ct ra[)toribus factu* 
rus cst inquisitioncm, ct dcnuiitictur otniiibus, quoruin intcrcst, 
quod cidein intcrsint inquisitioiii, si sibi vidcrint cX|Kdirc. Kt 
qui rcus invcntus fucrit [Mir Kpis<v))>uin loci, in quo drliquit^ 
excommunicctcr, et dcmandctur exccutio facicnda Kpisco|>o in 


cujus territorio domicilium habet vel beneficium. Quod si aliqnis 
contra hujus malefactorem experirivoIuerit^Episcopus loci^in quo 
deliquit, citare ipsum Episcopum^in cujus diocesi beneficium habet 
vel domicilium^ qui in hoc casu suo pari facere necesse habet. 

Ad quartum responsum ; quod clericos captivantes ab ipso 
canone sunt excommunicati, et satisfactione habita de injuriisi 
dampnis et expensis ad sedem apostolicam pro absolucione opti- 
nenda sunt transmittendi^ et si pro redemptione aliquid extor- 
serinty illud in simplum vel duplum vel alias, secundum arbitrium 
Episcopiy restituatur. Et in hoc ardculo procedi potest per 
modum actionis^ si sit qui agere velit per modum inquisitionis, 
si lesiper metum vel socordiamvel collusionemvel alio modo agere 
proposuerunt. Que ordinatio tunc temporis non venit adeffectum. 

Tunc temporis, quia rumores venerunt quod per procura- 
tionem Regine, Petri de Sauveie, Johannis Comitis Warenne, 
Hugonis Bigot, Willelmi de Valenciis, Johannis Maunsell et 
aliorum, tunc existentium in partibus transmarinis, voluerunt 
alienigene cum armis veniri super regnum Anglie, missum fuit 
Yicecomitibus Anglie breve Domini Regis subscriptum. 

Henricus Dei gratia Rex Anglie, Dominus Hibernie, et Dux LiiUrt Domiui 
Aquitannie, Archiepiscopis Episcopis Abbatibus Prioribus Comi- ^Ci^HatH^^ttt 
tibus Baronibus Vicecomitibus Militibus liberis hominibus et rtniMeht anmtti 
universe Communitati Comitatus Essexie, salutem. Cum pro ^,^ " «<^*«j^- 
certo nobis constiterit, quod alienigenarum magna multitudo, 
navigio undecunque collecto, ad regnum nostrum, vi armata 
intrandi se preparet, ad nostram et singulorum regni ipsius 
confusionem et exheredationem perpetuam, nisi eis in manu forti 
duxerimus obviandum, vobis mandamus, in fide qua nobis tene- 
mini, firmiter precipientes, quatinus vos milites omnes et libere 
tenentes, qui ad hoc sufficiunt, cum equis et armis viriliter et 
potenter vos preparetis ; ita quod ad nos sitis Londoniis cum 
toto posse vestro, die Dominica proxima post festum beati Pctri 
ad vincula, ad nostram et vestram ac totius regni defensionem, 
contra alienigenas hujusmodi nobiscum ex inde processuri. Tu> 


vero, Vicccomes, assumpto tecum Custode pacU ejuadem Comi- 
tatus, Kpiscopis Abhatibus Prioribus Banmibus et omtiibus alii% 
qui scrviciuin nobis dclH^nty denuncies et firmiter injungaa ex 
partc nostra, in fidc et honiagioy quibus nobis tenentur, et sicut 
seipsos, tcrras et tcncmenta sua diligunt, ut, non solum cani 
Hcrvicio militari in quo nobis tenentur, set quilibet quanto ▼iri- 
hus ct potencius potcrit, vcniaty vcl mittat ad eundem diem ctim 
cquis et armis et pcditibus elcctisy quos habere potuerint, ut 
cum eorum adjutorio huic |)cricuh) eflicacius resistere Taleamos. 
Xcc quisquam proptcr tcmporis hrevitatcm, quod in sc rationA- 
hile summonitionis tcinpus non contincat, se ezcuset; qoia 
instans ncccssitas tcnipus non patitur ulterius prorogari ; nee 
pcr tioc intcndimus aut volumus, vcl ut hoc in consuetudinem 
trahatur, prcjudicium gencrari. 

InHuiKT dc qualil)ct Villata ad eundem diem venire facias 
octo, scx, vel quatuor ad miiius Mxundum ville magnitudincm 
dc n)clioril)us et pn>1)i<irihus pcditihus cum armis com|)eten* 
tiiius, viddicct, lancpis, arcuhus, ct sagittis, gladiis, balistis, et 
hacliiiM, henc inunitos, quibus dc communi de expensis xL di^ 
ruin facias providcri. Dc Civitatihus, ven), similiter, Castria 
ct Buri^ls, iihi majorcopia honiinuin hahctury secundum cujue- 
lii)ct !na:;nitu(lincni ct fa4*ultatcH, hoinincSy tam pedites quam 
c({uitcs, prout, considcnita nci^otii qualitate, duxeris ordinan- 
duin, tnodn prcdicto traiiHnuttcrc non omittes. Nec alleget 
quis({ua!n instans tcrnpus incssiuin, aut alicujus alterius rei 
fainiliariH occupationcin, cuni tutius et mdius sit cum secuii- 
tatc ]M*rsonc in honis ali(|uantulutn dampnificariy quam cum 
tcrrc ct hon(»rum |)cnlitionc totali |K*r impias eorum manuSy qui 
sani;\vincin vcstrutn sitiunt, scxui aut ctati, %'\ prevalere potue» 
ritit, inininic |>arcituri, cruddis inortis ]>enc lil)crari. Iloe 
iL:itur inandatuin iiostruin |)cr (*omitatuni tuum facias puplicmri 
in fiirina |)rc(li(*ta, et sinizulis dcnunciari, ut, sicut noiitrum et 
tcrrc noNtrc hononMn ct vitas ])n»prias diht^unt, ct sicut suam 
et hcrcduni suoruin cxhercdatiuncin |KT|K*tuam vitare voluerint» 


quanto virilius et potentius poterunt, se preparare festinent; 
ita quod, orani occasione postposita, ad ultimum, die Dominica, 
videlicet, proxima post festum beati Petri ad vincula, ad locum 
veniant antedictum. Scituri, quod si aliquis hujus mandati con- 
temptores inveneritis^ vel circa illud negligentes et remissos, 
ad personas et bona eorum nos graviter capiemus ; sicut ad ip- 
sos per quos non stat quo minus nos et regnum nostrum con- 
fusioni et perpetue exheredationi liberemur. In cujus rei testi- 
monium has litteras nostras fieri fecimus patentes. Teste me 
ipso apud Sanctum Paulum, Londoniis, vij die Julii, anno regni 
nostri xl** octavo. 

Postea per preceptum prenotati brevis innumerabiles populi \ 
equitum et peditum de singulis comitatibus Anglie convenerunt, 
qui armis bene muniti, profecti sunt ad costam maris ad regnum 
contra alienigenas defendendum, et similiter innumerabiles 
naves de Quinque Portubus et de aliis locis posite sunt in mari, 
cum viris armis bene munitis ad obviandum in manu valida 
dictis alienigenis. 

Postea circa festum Assumptionis beate Marie Dominus Rex 
et Barones profecti sunt apud Doveriam) ubi parlamentum fuit 
per nuncios missos inter Regem et Barones Anglie ex una parte, 
et alienigenas, quos Regina Anglie, Johannes Maunsell, Petrus 
de Sauveie, et complices eorum procuravenmt cum magnia 
sumptibus ad veniendum super Angliam. 

Postca, circa festum Exaltationis Sancte Crucis, transfretave- 
runt dominus Hugo Ic Despenser, Justitiarius Anglie, Petrus de 
Monte Forti, et alii nobiles^ Episcopus Londoniarum, Episcopus 
Wygornie^ et alii Episcopi pro pace disponenda et confir- 

Tunc temporis viri ecclesiastici dederunt decimam partem de 
exitibus ecclesiarum suarum per totam Angliam. 

Edwardus Blundus, 1 Non jurarunt ad Scacarium, ^^ ^' ^- 

Petrus filius Angeri, f quando presentati fuerunt. /ne amni rtani 

• ji • • • 

IIoc anno, sccunda die ante festum translationis Sancti EJd- ♦'^'•"y- 
wardi Confessoris venit Rex Londoniis a partibus marinis. £vts$awu 


Tunc tcmporisy circa fcstum Simoni.n ct Juclc, proTisnm fuit, 
quod trcH Kpiscopi fuisscnt clccti, quilnis daretur a Domino Rcgc 
ct Raronibus plcna potcstas corri^^di rationabiliter omnes in- 
jurias Ecclcsic factas in rcgiio a Pasclia anno Domini M^CC^LX* 
tcrtio usquc ad cundcm tcmpus ; quod quidem Barones in bona 
tidc concesscrunt, et ]>cr littcras corum patcntes confirroaverunt. 
Kt si quis nollct pcr dictos Kpiscopos justificari, excommunicm- 
retur ct pcr ])otcstatcm laicam ad satisfactioncm venicndi com- 
pcllcrctur ; ct tunc |)ro>nsum fuit qucxi illi Episcopi colligerent 
omncs exitus licncAciorum alienigenarum, qui extitermnt contrm 
^irovisioncM Oxonic, ct illos salvo deponercnt, donec pax in regno 
])leniuH fucrit confirmata. 

Mcniorandum, quod Thomas (ilius Thomei qui anno elapao 
clcctus fuit Maior, licct non fucrit admissus, tamen remaiiait in 
Imlliva pcr totum annum ; sct nicliil placitatum fuit in illo anno 
dc placitis tcrrarum, nisi dc intrusionc, et de placitis quere* 
monici que ])crtincnt ad assisas, ncc ullum hustinjrum tcntum 
fuit. Ita c]uod foris aflidatio nulla dc tcncmcntis facta fuit, nee 
ullum tcstamcntum ])r()batum. Uui vero lliomas hoc anno 
itcrum clcctus cst Maior in fcsto Simonis ct Judc,et in crastino 
a Uci;c adniisMUs. 

Iloc aiino ])rovisum cst in Ilustin:;'», in Crastino Animanim, 
quod omncs mcnsurc, quibus vinum, ccr^^isia, ct alii liquores ven- 
dcntur, sint unius quantitatis, ita quod a])crtio galonis continemt 
cxtransvcrso cjuatuor policcs. 

Kodcm dic statutum fuit ct provisum nc aliquis advocmtum 
fuissct CHSoinator in lIuHtinp) ncc]uc in aliis curiis Civitatia. 

IIoc anno, (*irc*a Natlialc, Haroncs Marchic Wallic« qui antcm 
adhcHcrunt Kcij;i ct fucrunt runi co in c^)ntlirtu dc Liawcs, et 
]M)stca militavcrunt cum mai^no cxcrcitu in prcdi(*ta Marchim, 
dc])rcd.'itioncH ct multa niala facicntcs, vcncrunt ad ])art*m apud 
(ilouvcrinam, cxiHtcntibus il)i DtinniM) Rc;;c ct (\)mitibus de 
I«4*i(VNtria ct (lc (flouvrriiia (*t multis aliin iiDbilibus. Quorum 
vcro quidam BaronoM HaroncH abjnravcrunt rc^num Anglie per 
unum aimum ct unum diem, ituri in cxiliuni in llibemimm, ct 


morain ibi facturi per totum predictum annum, terris ipsorum, 
tenementis, et castellis interim remanentibus in manus Comitis 
Leicestrie. Completo vero predicto anno^ quando predicti Ba- 
rones reversi fiierint in Angliam, ipsi stabunt considerationi 
parium suorum^ et deberent esse ad mare ad transfretandum 
xx^ die post Nathale Domini ; quod non stetit. 

Hoc anno in Octabis Sancti Hillarii venerunt Londoniis per 
summonitionem Domini Regis omnes Episcopi, Abbates^ 
Priores, Comites, Barones totius regni, et de Quinque Portubus, 
de qualibet Civitate et Burgo iiij homines, ut essent ad Parla- 
mentum ; in quo Parlamento, die Sancti Valentini, divulgatum 
fuit in Capitulo apud Westmonasterium quod Dominus Rex 
obligaverat se sacramento prestito per cartam suam, quod ipse 
nec Dominus Edwardus, processu temporis, non gravarent 
neque gravari procurarent Comites Leicestrie vel Glouvemie> 
nec Cives Londoniarum, vel aliquem illorum) qui eis adhesenmt, 
occasione alicujus rei facte tempore perturbationis regni prete- 
rite, et precepit expresse ut carte de libertatibus et de foresta, 
que facte fuerunt anno regni sui nono, inviobiliter tenerentur, 
cum ceteris articulis, que statuta fuerunt, mense Junii, anno 
regni sui quadragesimo octavo. 

Postea, proximo die ante festum Sancti Gregorii, Dominus /v iihfmh'<me 
Edwardus el Henricus de Alemannia, qui in prelio de Liawes i^,'^7Jf mILi». 
posuerunt se obsides, quousque pax reformaretur in Anglia^ //cNnW d4 Aie- 
liber&ti fuerunt Domino Regi, liberi et quieti, coram omni ******"** 
populo in magna aula Westmonasterii ; et tunc lecte sunt 
quedam littere obligatorie Domini Regis et Domini Edwardi, 
in quibus continetur qualiter et sub qua pena ipsi, sacramento 
prestito, promiserunt ad tranquillitatem et pacem regni obser- 
vandas. Et tunc novem Episcopi, pontificalibus induti, can- j^^ ^^^^ 
delis accensis, excommunicaverunt omnes illos, qui aliquid pre- '^^'^Vi lata t» 
sumerent contra cartas de libertatibus et foresta, seu contra \^JI^rtfU^ 
statuta que provisa fuerunt anno precedenti. rttntm Caruu 

Et tunc lecte fuerunt quedam alie litere Domini Edwardi, in nhaiiUmM a d4 


/f»fvji(i et fintfu quibusy sacramcnt^i prestito, promisit reddcre tria Cftstra, qoe 
j<a/iii<i^ir.'i.«... habet in Marcliia Wallic ; quc tradcntur pcr consilium Domini 
Rcgis ad custodicnda viris dc regno, qui non sunt suspccti, 
per tres annns continuos. 

Item proinisit quod diligcntcm curam adhiberet, ut milites 
dc Marchia Wallie quod proviscrant adimplerent, et ni«i rel- 
lcnt, nisi vcllent ipsc furet eis capitalis inimicus, ct ipsos pro toto 
posse suo ad illud facicndum vi ct armis compcUeret. 

Item promisit quod ipsc a proxima Pascha in tres annoa 
moram faccrct in Anglia, ct non cxiret, sine liccntia contilii. 

Itcm promisit quod ipse non adduceret nec adducere pn>> 
curarct alicnigenas in rc;nium Anglic, ct si aliqui venirent, ct 
ipse pcr consilium Domini licgis fuisset inde premunitus, quod 
illc ipsos pro toto possc suo expugnaret. Kt ad hec omnia 
fidclitcr obscr^-anda obligavit sc, quod omnes terre sue, tene- 
mcnta, hoiiorcs, et dignitatcs, quas halH*t vcl quas habitunis est^ 
si contra aliqucm de prcdictis articulis vcnirct, et hoc fuerit 
manifcstc dcclaratum, incurrantur. Kt ad niajorem hujus ret 
seruritatcm Dominus Ilcnricus dc Alcmannia |M>suit se obti- 
dcm, s|H)ntc sua, pro prcdicto nomino K<lwardo, et ease in 
custodia Doinini Ilcnriri do Montc Forti usque ad Vincula 
Sancti IVtri ; ct si, iiitcrin^aliquis cxcrcitus alienigenanim pre- 
paravcrit sc vcnicndi cum amiis in Angliam, tunc idcm Ilenri* 
cus n*mancbit obscs in cadcm custodia usquc ad fcstum Om- 
nium Sanctorum proximum sequcns pro Domino Kdwardoy 
ut intcriin possit sciri, qualitcr Dominus Kdwardus gerere ae 
volucrit contra prcdi(*tos aliciii^cnas. 
/;f •^Vn*/.. .' K4Micin dic, divul^^^atuin fuit, quod provisum est, quia 
y"-' •—"'•/" DomiituH Kcx antc prclium dc Licwcs pcr consilium suonim 
/f..,.,.» dithdavcnit (\»nntcs Gluuccstric ct I^iccstric, ct cos ^i eis 

II •« I 

*/.. ,ux ..,....• jnihcscrunt, quocl onincH libcri liomincs dc n'cno .Vn^lie de 

;.r. /.«.../' / ttovo faricnt ci honiat^iuin ct tidclitatcin. salvis tamcn omnibus 

.iM. f.. N^ f » articMiliM iii litcris suis obli^atoriis ct in litcris Uomini Edwardi 

/i>'i.i. contcntis. 


Postea, septimo decimo die Martii Maior Londoniarum et f*"»^ ^»"' ''• 
Aldermanni in Ecclesia Sancti Pauli fecerunt ndelitatem ^>«iNf«rr«iifriW.rt 
Domino Kcgi tunc ibidem existenti, et die Dominica sequenti *'/^*,*,fjJ,vV^^ 
omnes de Civitate, etatis duodecim annorum et amplius, yWiV/f iw//«.r- 
fecerunt eundem sacramcntum quilibet in Warda sua coram ,'jMf^j^„iHfe»(o 
Aldermanno suo. "^''T* 'f 

Postea inter Paschaet Pentecosten orta est quedam discordia rttria pnftnr^ 
inter Comitem Glouvemie et Comitem Leicestrie, Domino ^^^'^y^^"*^ 
Rege tunc temporis existente apud Glouvemiam. Comes vero rnh : ** iw- 
Glouvernie dixit, " quod plures articuli, qui provisi fuerunt apud ^^ ^utritu 
Oxoniam et apud Liawes, non fuemnt plenarie observati ;** quos <w nobu boHus 
articulos dictus Comes posuit in scnptis. Super quibus »/» fnMiu nJns 
predicti Comites Glovemie et Leicestrie posuemnt se, sacra- •'**'*'** ***'''^*-'' 
mento prcstito et per literas suas obligatorias, in arbitrio Ihf diMvrdin 
Episcopi Wygornie, domini Hugonis le Despenser, domini 'i^yjio^^J^f*^ 
Johannis filii Johannis, et domini W^illielmi de Monte Canisio ; c^f^ium lAktt- 
quod ad eifectum non venit. 

IIoc anno per assensum et consensum quomndam Magna- jy^ dtjntdatiws 
tum Andie, scilicet, Comitis Leicestrie et filiomm suomm, v*"''»^*^ /""^ , 
homines de Qmnque Portubus navigavemnt per mare m caleis 
et aliis navibus, depredantes omnes quos invenemnt venientes 
in Angliam seu exeuntes, et homines cmdeliter ejecemnt in 
inare, nulli parcentes, tam Anglicos quam alienigenas. De 
tota vero depredatione dictus Comes Leicestrie et filii sui 
percepemnt, ut dicebatur, tertiam partem. 

Postea, die Jovis in septimana Pentecostes, Dominus Ed- D^minM Ed- 
wardus recessit de Herefordia sine licencia, existentibus tunc *^"^^*".^^^*f'' 

... . " ' "mtte Ltt- 

ibidem Domino Rege, Comite Leicestrie, et multis aliis Comi- ci*tn* ftnmjdi- 
tibus et Baronibus ; et profectus est versus Cestriam. *^* '**' '"**• 

Postea Dominus Edwardus, comitato secum Comite Glou- 
vemie et Baronibus de Marchia et aliis, et etiam Comite de 
W^arennia et W^illielmo de Valencia, qui nuper antea applicue- 
mnt apud Penbrok, cepit Glovemiam et Castellum. Tunc 
Domiiius Rex per iniquum consilium concessit et dedit 

CAMD. soc. L 


Leuwelino, principi Wallicy maximam partem Marchie coin 
castri.n, ct ctiam tcrras orphatiorum ct ca.Htella, qui erant infim 
etatcm ct in cu.Htodia. Uui Lewelinus, quam citius habuit 
scisinam de aliquo castro, statim prostravit illud ad roaximain 
dampnum et dctrimcntum rcgiii Anglie. Nam Wallenacs 
nuncquam fucrunt ita confcdcrati cum An^^licis nec inposterum 
erunty quin per cos fraus et seductio subscquatur. Quam pre* 
dictam donationem fecit Dominus Kex dicto Lewelinot ut 
fcrrct ci auxilium contra filium suum et complices suos* 

Anno eodem, in crastino Sancti Swithuni. Simon de Monte 
\vimt<nku. Forti junior, cum aliis Baronibus ct adticrentibusy expugnare- 
runt Wiiitoniam ct dcprcdaverunt, et Judaismum destruxerunt^ 
quia civcs nolucrunt eos rccipisse in civitate sine prescntin 
Domini Uegis, et postea obsidcrunt castellum ibidem; aed 
auditis rumoribus de advcntu Domini Edwardi, licet non venerity 
pro timorc rcccsscrunt. 

Mcmorandum quod codcm tempore quo predicta discordia 

orta fuit intcr prcdictos Comitcs Cilouvcrnie ct Leicestrie, pro* 

visum fuit ct statutum intcr Londonicnses, et sacramento 

confirmatum per qucmlibct xij aiinorum et amplius, ut pu 

Domini Kcgis firinitcr observarctur iii Civitate et extra ; et li 

ali(|uis contra tioc venissct ct supcr tioc coiivictui fuisset, statim 

capitalem sut>irct scntcntiani, non obstante aliqua libertate 

sua ; ct hor proclamatum fuit ]kt totani Civitatem» et etiam 

pcr litcras comtnunc Civitatis patciitcs divulgatum in quatuor 

comitatibus vicinis, omnibus hundrcdis ct villis a Londoniis 

pcr XXV. Icucas distantibus ; unde quidam, qui sccuti fuerunt 

cxcrcitum Simonis dc Montc Forti junioris usque Londoniaa, 

qui convicti fucrunt fccisse robcTiain iii Stcl>cnlic et in Ilakcn- 

Iicic, fucrutit sus|)ensi circa fcstutn Apostoloruiii Pctri et I^auU. 

Postca. proxima n(H*te Sancti Pctri ad vincula, Dominus 

<• 7. .Mr...rwM Edwardusy Coincs Warcnnicy Willicliiius dc Valcncia, et eis ad- 

,/. .. !^ AW- bcrcntci in manu valida ct amiata vciicruiit apud Kcnelworthe, 

r.rtv. ct ibi invencrunt omues de cxcrcitu Simouis dc Moute Forti 


junioris dormientes. Dominus autem Eldwardus fecit statim 
proclamare, ut nullus de suis aliquem de exercitu dicti Simonis 
interficeret ; sed illos vivos caperet. Unde ibi capti sunt 
Comes Oxonie^ Willielmus de Monte Canisio, Adam de Novo 
Mercato, Baudewinus Wake, Hugo de Nevile, et multi alii, 
Barones, milites, et servientes, qui omnes adducti sunt captivi 
usque Glouvemiam, amissis cquis et armis suis et toto hemesio 
eomm. Predictus autem Simon et quidam alii fugientes posue- 
runt se in castellum de Kenelworthe ; quam plures qui poterant, 
ponentes se in fugam, evasemnt. 

Memorandum quod Dominus Rex cum Comite Leicestrie et Dtprdiode 
aliis sibi adherentibus moram fecissent in Herefordia et in 
partibus illis per plures septimanas, non valens transire Saveri- 
nam, omnibus pontibus diruptis per Dominum Edwardum et 
Comitem Glouvemie, et etiam predictis Edwardo et Comite et 
Baronibus de Marchia Wallie cum exerdtu suo obstantibus, ne 
ipse Kex cum suis transiret. Tandem cum pfedictus Edwardus 
cum exercitu suo fiiisset apud Kenelworthe, sicut prenotatum 
est, Dominus Rex cum suis transivit Saverinam apud Wigor- 
niam in crastino Sancti Petri ad Vincula, tunc temporis die 
Dominica. Postea, die Martis proximo sequente, que dies Martis 
fuit tunc temporis tercia dies post Advincula, scilicet, quarta 
dies Augusti, venerunt apud Hevesham, ubi Dominus Ed- 
wardus et Comes Glovemie supervenerunt cum toto excrcitu 
suo, et partes predicte eodem die conflixerunt extra predictam 
villam, et dicti Edwardus et Comes Glovemie habucrunt victo- 
riam; et interfectus est Comes Leicestrie et Henricus filius 
suus primogenitus, Hugo le Despenser, ct Petms de Monte 
forti, et omnes barones et milites, qui eis adheserunt, mortui 
sunt, exceptis paucis, qui capti sunt et sevissime tamen 
vulnerati. Et dictum est quod multi miUtes et servientes ex parte 
illa occubuemnt; ex parte vero alia perpauci mortui sunt. 

Capud vcro dicti Comitis Leicestrie, ut dicitur, abdsum fiiit 


a corporo, et testicuU nu\ vAycisi fuerunt et appensi ex utrftqiie 
parte nasi sui, et ita missum fuit capud suum uxori Domini 
Kogcri (ie Mortuo Mari apud Castrum de Wiggemorm. Pedes 
voro et manus sue ahcisi fuerunt, et missi per diversa locm 
ininiici.H suis ad magnum dedecus ipsius defuncti ; truncua, 
autiMn, corporis sui tantummodo datus est sepulture in ecclesia 
dc Kvosham. Eodem die et eadem hora, quam preliuro ftut^ 
fuit maxima tempcstas apud LfOndonias et alibi, scilicet, 
choru!M*ationes, fulgura, et tonitrua. 

I^)stoa, auditis certis rumoribus de predicto prelio, omnes 
pri.soncM, qui capti fuerunt in prelio dc Liawes et positi in Tuni 
I^>ndoiiiarum et in castni de WindlcshoreSy dimissi sunt liberi 
et quicti sine omni redemptione. Similiter Rex Alemannie libe- 
ratus cst a castro de Kcnelworthc, ct omnes alii prisonesy qui 
rapti fuerunt p<*r predictum Comitcm LeiccHtrie et compliccs 
suo«i in pn*dicti ]>erturhationc regni Anghe. 

Postoa« rirca festuni Nativitatis hcate Marie, tenuit Dominus 
K(*x parlaincntum apud Wintoniam, uhi Simon de Monte Forti 
junior« ()ai habuit salvum conductum a Domino Rege et a Do» 
niino Kdwardo, venit ; et quia non potuit tunc tcmporis pacem 
ad lihitum suum invcnirc, indc recessit et |>osuit sc in castello 
(ic Koticlworthe, uhi multos militcs et servientes fecit conve» 
nirc, (|ui ci adhescnint. In dicto Parlamento provisum fuit 
quod oniiios qui capti fucrunt in Kenclworthe, sicut prenotatum 
ost, (*t ()ui (*apti fucrunt in prelio de Evesham, et etiam heredcs 
ihid(*n) intcrfcctorum, fuisHcnt cxheredati, quia dicturo fuitquod 
ipsi fu(Tunt rontra Ilc;;cm, lici*t militassent cum eo sequentw 
vcxilhnn suum. Nam considcratum fuit quod ipse non fuit in 
plofia poti Ntatc sua, postquam captus fuit in prelio dc Liawes ; 
M'd su!> viri^ ct potestatc (*omitis Ix^icestric, qui fecit quic- 
()ui(i vohiit de sii^illo Ki*:;iH ct dc omnihus rchus ad regnum 
An::li(* |>iTtincnti!)us. Kt tunc rcv(K*avit Dominus Kex omnes 
(loiiatioiics tcrrarum, ccclcsiaruniy prcbendarum, quas contulermt 

tex annot. 


a die captionis sue usque ad predictum tempus ; et omnes lite- 
ras; cartasi et scriptai que ipse et filius suus per totum predio- 
tum tempus fecerant pcr coactionem in irritum revocate sunt. 

Gregorius de Rokesle. -^^*- co» LX^, 

f/MHitO (H /kiM 

Simon de Hadestok. Anno M.CC. Ix^. quinto. anni n^» 

Tn Crastino vero Sancti Michaelis, sicut consuetudo est, Major *^ ''""• 
et Cives perrexerunt apud Westmonasterium ad presentandos atimwi, ««•» 
illos Baronibus de ScaccariOi et, nemine ibidem invento.redierunt /^**"*'"* ^'f 
ad propria. Et ita ipsi in Vicecomites non sunt admissi. np^rat nnta- 

Memorandumi quod, finito predicto ParlamentOi Dominus i^JTw^^l^w^e 
Rex fccit convenire apud Wyndleshores omnes Comites, Ba- v*"' "'^*^ "<': . 
ronesi Militesi quotquot poterati cum equis et armis, volens ex- L^lrfWr in ' 
pui^nare Civitatcm Liondoniarumi vocans Cives inimicos suos. i^^rtHtiMtione 

Tunc pertemta fuit tota Cmtas. Stulti,vero, et maliciosi, rtfiiiiri(/rrv|icr 
qui antea adheserunt Comiti Leicestrie contra Regem, proposue- 
runt munire Civitatem contra ipsum ; set viri discreti de Civi- 
tate, qui sempcr fuerunt ad fidem Domini Regis, licet aliqua 
pars eorum prebuissent assensum dicto Comiti, sed per coac- 
tioncm, noluerunt ad hoc assentire ; et missis pluribus litteris 
per viros religiosos Domino Regi ad impetrandum gratiam suam, 
nichil eis profuit. Tandem, habito consilio inter ipsos, imiver- 
salis Communa assensum prebuit ad ponendum se in miseri- 
cordia Domini Regis, et super hoc fecerunt litteras patentes, 
sigillo Communitatis sigillatas, ad quas deferendas et ostensu- 
ras Domino Regi electi fuerunt octo viri, qui illas presentare 
deberent ci apud Windleshores. Quibus itinerantibus obviavit 
Dominus Rogerus de Leibume, dicens, quod ipse pro promo- 
tione Civitatis et emendatione venit ad disponendam pacem 
inter Dominum Regem et Cives. Quibus auditis, viri, qui 
missi fuerunt, redierunt ad propria; dictus autem Rogerus hos- 
pitatus est in Turri LfOndoniamm. 

Mane autem facto^ dictus Rogems accessit ad ecclesiam de 
Berkingc Cherche, ubi Maior et innumerabilis populus Civium 
convencrunt, et convocatis Maiore ct discrctiuribus Civitatis, 


dixit e\n dictus Rogeniii, ^^ si vellent venire ad paoem Domiiu 
IlegiH, oporterct quod ipsi se subjicerent omnino voluntati Tk^ 
niini Kcgis de vita et membris et omnibus mobilibus et immo* 
bili))UH/' Cives vero ad hoc prebucnint assensum, et feoemnt 
ticri littcraH patcntcs, sigillo Communitatis signatas, quas dictQs 
Kogcnis tulit secum Domino Regi apud Windleshorea. 

Postca, die Vcncris proxima post festum Sancti Michaelis, 
vcnit idcm Uogcrus Lfondoiiiis, et in crastino accessit ad pre» 
dictam ccclcsiam ; Maior vero ct Cives convenerunt ibi, quibos 
ipsc Kogcnis dixit quod Dominus Rex voluit quod omnes 
catcnc, que factc fueraiit ex transverso vicorum, fuissent amoCe» 
ct omncs postcs, quibus dicte catene attachiate fuerunt, (uiaaent 
irradicatc, et omncs apud Turrim deportate ; et sic EKtum finit 

Voluit ctiam DominuH Rcx, quod Maior et Magnates dvitatis 
vcnisscnt ad cum apud Windlcshorcs ad confirmandum qnod 
contincbatur in prcdictis litcris. Tulit etiam dictus Rogems 
litcras Oomini Kcgis patcntcs dc conductu Maiori et Civibus, Qt 
ipsi poHscnt sccure venirc apud Windlcshores, salvo veniendiet 
ibidcin morandi ct rcdcundi, usquc ad diem Lune proximum 
scquiMitcm ct |>cr totum prcdictum dicm Lune. Unde eodem 
(iic Mniorctrirra quadraipnta viri dc validioribus Civitatis pro* 
fcrti Hunt usquc ad Stancs. 

In cnistino vcro, Hcilicet dic Dominica, cxpectantibus Civibos 
advcntum dirti Ko^cri usquc nd horam tcrtiam, venit ipse, 
qucm sccuti Hunt Maior ct Civcs usquc Windlcshorcs : quo io* 
trantc in ( astclluin, Civcs rcmanscrunt cxtra usquead vesperss. 
Tiinc DtmiinuH Ucx fccit proclamarc, nc aliquis milcs, scrviens, 
ncr aliquin alius aliquam contumcliam diccn* vcl faccre Civibus 
prcsimicrcnt, quia ipsi vocati fucrunt ad paccm Domini Itegis. 
Ptistoa missi Hunt cx partc Dimiini Uci^is dictus Rogcrus, et 
r-/. •...,' (iniinuus Uobcrtus Walnivcn ct alii, dic*cntcs Maiori ct Civibus, 
V" ' " <i\i«Ki \ic\ Uiiu fuit tunc tcmi)oris i*onHuItuH, ut dcclararet eis 
vdluntatcm suain : scd intnissM'nt in Castellum, ct in crsitino 

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scirent illam. Tunc ipsi intraverant, qui onmes positi sunt in 
Turrim in custodia, litteris Regis de conductu nichil eis valenti- 
bus. Ipsi, autem, remanserunt ibidem per totam illam noctem 
et per totum diem sequentem ; sero autem facto, segregati sunt 
et dimissi sunt in ballivam Castri, et ibi hospitati omnes, ex- 
ceptis Maiore, Thoma de Piwelesdon, Michaele Thovi, Ste- 
phano Bugerel, Johanne de Flete, quorum corpora Rex dedit 
Domino Edwardo, qui remanserunt in Turri. 

Postea Dominus Rex, recedens de Windleshores, venit Lon- 
doniis, vocans Cives inimicos suos, et dedit plus quam sexaginta 
domos Civium, iUis cum tota familia sua inde ejectis ; dedit 
similiter omnia bona Civium, que habuerunt extra Civitatem, 
ut in Lenna, Gememue, et aliis portubus maris. Cepit etiam 
omnes terras eorum foraneas in manu sua, et omnia bona ibi- 
dem inventa destruxit et vastavit. Tunc factus est Custos 
Civitatis dominus Hugo filius Otonis, Constabularius Turris, 
et vocatus est Senescallus, qui constituit sub se duos Ballivos, 
scilicet Johannem Addrien et Walterum Hervi, qui, loco Vice- 
comitum, custodient Civitatem. 

Postea Cives predicti, qui fuerunt in balliva de Windleshores, 
per licentiam Domini Regis et filii sui deliberati sunt et vene- 
runt omnes ad Londonias, die Jovis proxima post festum Sancti 
Luce Ewangeliste, exceptis Ricardo Bonaventure, Simone de 
Hadestoke, Willielmo de Kent, et Eadmundo de Esex, qui re- 
manserunt, et Willielmo de Glouvemia. 

Illis temporibus fecit Dominus Rex capi obsides a plusquam 
scxaginta Civibus pro securitate pads, qui positi sunt in Tur- 
rim ; et eodem tempore fecit Rex affiiri Cives, ut ipsi fecissent 
finem versus eum pro transgressione eorum. Qui, habito collo- 
quio, responderunt quod Cives non equaliter transgressi sunt. 
Quidam enim scmper fuemnt ad pacem Domini Regis, quos 
ipse tunc temporis vocavit amicos suos. Quidam autem adhe- 
semnt Comiti Leicestrie; set ad hoc coacti. Sed multi alii 
maliciosi gratis adheserunt dicto Comiti et oomplicibus suis. 


faciciitcs (leprcdationcs iii C^ivitatc ct cxtra. Unde visum fuit 
Civilius, quud ipni iion dcl>crcnt e(|ualitcr puniri, et rogmhant 
Rc^cin ct consiliuin suuni, quod quilii>ct corum |K)sset per te 
fiiicni faccre pro tranN^^rcssionc sua, ct quod singuli secundum 
(lclictA punircntur. Uuod conccssum cst eis, sed non venit ad 

Fostca, dic Martis proxinio post fcstum Sancti NicoUi, re- 
(x^ssit Ri*x a Wostmonastcrio vcrsus Norliainptonam, et eodem 
die fa(*ti sunt Scncscalli doininus Johanncs de la Linde miles 
ct Johanncs Walcravcn clcricus, quibus tradita est Turris Lon- 
doniarum. Eodcm die vcncrunt apud Wcstmonasterium plus 
quani viginti (juatuor dc validioribus Civitatis pcr summoniti* 
oncin, qui oniiics juravcrunt corain consilio Domini Regis, quod 
ipsi fidclitcr ct salvo custodircnt Civitatcm ad opus suum, di* 
cciitc doinino Rogero dc Lciburnc, quod Dominus Rex tradide- 
rat cis C^ivitatcin suani ad custodicndam sub prcdictis Seneacallis. 

Mcmoranduin,quod tcmporc quo Civitas posuit se in miseri- 
cordia Domini Rcgis, quamplurcs de Civitatc, qui gratis adhe* 
scrunt Comiti l-iciccstric, facicntcs dcpredationes et multa mala 
in Civitatcct cxtra, qui temporibus prcdicti Maioris, vocantesae 
Coininunam Civitatis, halmcrunt primam vocem in Civitate» 
Magnatibus Civitatis |>arum supcr lioc consultis^ posuerunt ae 
in fugam. 

Mcmorandum, in scptimana Nathalis Domini anno eodem» in 
prcscntia domini Rogcri dc I^iburnc, ct Rol>crti Walravcn, missi 
a Doinino Rci;c, tunc cxistcntc apud Northamtonam, fecerunt 
Civcs (inctn vcrsus Doininum Rcgcm pro vi^inti mille marcis 
stcrliii^oruni pro oinnibus transi^rcssionibus ct cxccssibus in 
turl>atioiic rc;;ni cis iinpositis ; undc ipsc fccit cis cartam suam 
iii forina subsrripta. 

Littcrc Ddinini Rc^is, pcrquas rcinisit Civibus indignatao- 
ncin suani. 

Ilcnricus Dci gratia Rcx An;;lic, Ar. omnibus hominibus, /jre. 
salutcm. Sciatis quod i>cr tincm viginti mille marcarum, quem 


Cives nostri Londoniarum feeerunt nobiscum pro redemptione 
sua, occasione transgressionum seu ezce^suum nobis et Regine 
nostre et Ricardo^ illustri Regi Alemannie, fratri nostro, et Ed- 
wardo primogenito nostro, in turbatione in regno nostro habita 
per ipsos fiMStorum vel impositorum^ omnes transgressiones et 
excessus illos eisdem Civibus et eorum heredibus pro nobis et 
heredibus nostris quantum in nobis est totaliter remittimus et 
perdonamus, sub hac forma; videlicetj quod habeant omnes exitus 
redituum provenientium de domibus et tenementis tam in Ci- 
vitate predicta quam ia ejusdem suburbio, de termino Nathalis 
Domini proximo preterito, ita tamen quod postmodum de red- 
ditibus illis, prout justum fuerit^ satisfaciant quibuscunque, et 
quod habeant omnia bona et catalla malefactorum ejusdem Ci- 
vitatis, qui in turbatione pre/dicta contra nos et Edwardum pri- /"• '•>" »"• 
mogenitum nostrum extiterunt, et qui inde indictati sunt vel iii- 
dictandi, ezceptis bonis et catallis eorum, quorum corpora eidem 
fiiio nostro concessimuSyCt exceptis domibusyterris, tenementis et 
redditibus Civium eorundum, que sunt et esse dehent escaeta nos- 
tra, occasione transgressionum predictarum ; et quod habeant om- 
nia bona et catalla Civium ejusdem villein partibus Flandrie ares- 
tata, exceptis catallis et bonis eorum, qui per legitimam inquisi- 
tionem inveniri vel convinci poterint inimicos nostros extitisse. 
Et quod omnes prisones ejusdem Civitatis^ exceptis illis quorum 
corpora prefato filio nostro primo dedimus, a prisona delibe- 
rentur; exceptis etiam prisonibus, per eos Cives indictatis et 
captis^ et indictandis et capiendis. Et quod obsides Civium 
predictorum pro securitate ejusdem Civitatis nobis traditis, ex- 
ceptis obsidibus prisonum predicti filii nostri, et obsidibus 
fugitivorum^ si qui fuerint, similiter deiiberentur ; et quod 
de bonis Civium defunctorum in Civitate predicta, a tem- 
pore quo ipsi Cives se voluntati nostre submiserunt, fiat 
contributio ad redemptionem predictam pro portionibus 
suis, secundum facultates ipsorum defunctorum, sicut et 
aliorum Civium, qui superstites sunt in Civitate predicta« et 
CAM D. soc. M 


siniiliter fiat dc bonis omnium hominum ejusclem Tille qoi 
stint in Cambio nostro ibidem. Concessimus ctiam 
quod omnia bona et catalla proborum hominam 
predictc a quibuscunque, a tempore quo Cives predioti 
sc Toluntati nostre subposuerunt, sine waranto nottro pro» 
dicfo, exceptis Injnis Kicardi de Walebrok, eis omnino resti- 
tuantur, et quod ipsi Cives per totam terram et potestmlem 
nostram li)>ere et sine impedimento nostro tcI nostromm, tam 
per mnre quam per torram, de relms et mercandisis suis. nego» 
tiari possint, prout sibi vidcrint expedire, quieti de omni 
consuctudine, thcoloneo et passagio ; et ubicunque Toluerint in 
eodcm regno nostro pro negotiationibus suis moraturi» sicnt 
rctroactis temporibus consuevcrunt, quousque de statu CiTitatia 
prcdicte dc consilio nostro plenius ordinetur. Et quod nuUua 
dc (Jivitate prcdicta, de quo manifeste constarc possit ipsum in 
turbationc predicta ininiicum nostrum» vel predicti primogeniti 
nostri, extitisse, dc cetero morari vel conservari in CiTitate 
predicta. In cujus rei tcstimonium has litteras nostras 6eri 
fccinuis patentes. Tcste me ipso apud Norhamptonam decimo 
()ic Jannnrii, anno ref;ni nostri quinquagesimo. 
/«. 97 r\ IVr illam rcdemptioncm libcrati sunt Willielmus de GkMi* 

vcriiia, Kicardus nonavcnturc, Williclmus de Kent, Simon de 
Iladcstokc ; Kadmundus vcro dc Kscx Iil)eratu8 fuit antea. 

Postca Simon dc Montc Forti junior, quando Dominus Res 
fuit apud Noriiamptonam, posuit hc in niisericordia sua, stAndi 
arbitrio Ucgis Alcniannic ct lcgati I)(Mnini Pape, tunc existentis 
iii An^lia, ct quorundam aliorum l>aronum Anglie. Qui, 
postca. vcnicns Ix>ndoniis pcr aliquod tempus moram faciens 
in (Miria Doinini Kdwardi, non cx|H*ctans arbitrium suum, sine 
licciitia ct de noctc furtivc evasit« ct posuit se versus Win* 
chclsc, ct adhesit pred(mibus dc Uuiiiquc Portubus, qui tunc ct 
antca oniiic^ nicrcatorcs vcnicntcs vcrsus Angliam ct de «Anp^lia 
cN(MiiitcM« (|uotquot potcrant« comprehcndcrunt vel tiiterfece* 
riiiit, \vl boiia sua dcprcdatt suiit. Sed tamen ipsi predones 
iiullum principem vel militem alienigenam, cum armis Tcnien- 


tes in Angliam, sive exeuntes Angliam, ausi fuerunt expugnare. 
Quiy vero, Simon postea transfretnvit. 

Anno eodem^ in septimana ante Ramos Palmarum, Dominus QuMMdo Ba- 
Edwardus recepit ad gratiam Domini Regis, patris sui, et adT^f'*'* p^^. 
suam^ omnes de Quinque Portubus, tam malefactores quam huM rteepti, 
alios; et concessum est eis ad habendas omnes libertates 
eorum, et omnes terras et tenementa eorum possidenda. Et 
similiter concessum est militibus, servientibus et oronibus 
aliis, qui eis adheserunt in perturbatione predicta, quod habeant 
et tene^nt libere omnes possessiones et terras, que antea ha- 
buerunt ; et remisse sunt eis omnes depredationes et homicidia, 
que ipsi fecerant in terra, sive in mari, quantum fuit, hominibus 
de regno Anglie, Hibemie, Schochie, Wallie, et Vasconie ; que 
scilicet terre spectant ad dignitatem Domini Regis. Et si aliquis 
de aliis terris quam de supradictis velit agere versus ipsos de 
depredationibus eis factis, seu de homicidiis factis consangwineis 
eorum, veniat in curia predictorum Quinque Portuum, et ibi re- 
cipiat justiciam. Set qua ratione vel necessitate hec omnia 
predicta eis concessa sunt, nescio. 

De Episcopis, qui propter inobedientiam missi sunt Romam, />« Epi$eopU 
non est sub silentio pretereundum. Quod, jam anno et h^/{(mmim« 
dimidio elapso, cum Regina Anglie, Petrus de Sauweya,p»^'y<«* »»«**'•- 
Comes Warennie, Hugo Bigot, et innumerabilis populus mili- 
tum et servientium, cum magna dasse, fuissent in Flandria et 
proposuerunt venire in Angliam in manu valida et armata 
super Comitem Leicestrie et complices suos, legatus Rome, 
qui nunc est Papa, tunc ezisteps in partibus illis, senten/tia ez-/o. 9S r*. 
communicationis innodavit dictum Comitem, et omnes sibi 
adherentes in prenotata perturbatione regni Anglie, et sub- 
posuit Civitatem Londoniarum ecclesiastico interdicto et omnes 
et loca dicti Comitis et sibi adherentium; et hoc injunxit 
quibusdam Episcopis Anglie ibidem existentibus ut dictam sen- 
tentiam suam et predictum interdictum per totam Angliam divuL 
garent. Et quia ipsi hoc non fecerunt, Octobonns, qui nunc 
est Legatus Rome, fecit ipsos venire coram se apud Londonias^ 


ft affatur illos, vocans illos inobedientes. Unde nmhis altcr- 
rationihiis inter ipsos factis ob predictain causam, et qiiia tam 
topidc se gerebant in dicta turbatione regni, non repre» 
licndciites neque corripientes illos malificos, qui Dominuni 
Ilegem expugnabant, in septimana ante Ramos Falnuunm hoe 
anno Kpiscopos, Londoniarum Henricum, et Stephanoni 
C^iccMtrie, ah officio ct beneficio stispendit, mittens illoa Romaai 
ut a Domino Papa punirentur secundum merita eonnn. 

Fostea^die Lune proximo post quindemun Piaiidie,obcvidesn 
(*ausam idem Legatus Johannem Episcopum Wyntonie ab 
officio et beneiicio suspendit, pre fi ge n s ei terminum p er ew pto - 
rium in presentia Domini Pape, penftentiam r ec eptu r u pro 

Circa idem tempus Scarcarium Domini Regis tnmslatiini oit 
a Westinonasterio usquc ad Sanetum Paulumi ita qiiod placitm 
de Banco, que solel>ant deduci apud Westmonasterinm, 
fucrunt in aula Eptscopi Londoniarum ; Scaccarium Tcro i 
positum in camera dicti Episcopi. Legatus vero hoapitatiis 
in Turri Londoniarum. 

Eodem tempore et anno, illi qui exheredati fuemnty ut 
(lirtum est, convcncrunt per turmas, et militaTerunt 
armatA in Norfolrh, Suthfolcli, et liolandia, et per divem 
Anglie, quaniplurex homincs depredantes ; unde qoidam do 
illi.H intravcrunt Lincolniam, consentientibus qoibuidam do 
Civitatc, et plurcs dc Civitate depredaverunt. Et Borgi el 
Ville, |>er quas quidam illorum transierunt, fecerunt finem ▼eiw 
KiiM eoH, ne expun^iarentur ab eis. Illi, vero, qni in tfa f e r m it 
Linrolniam, auditis rumoni>us de adventu Domini Edwnrdi^ 

Tunc rirra festum Apostolorum Philippi et Jacobi teniut 

I)4>niiiiuH K4*x i^arlamentum apud Norluunptonam. Ad iUud 

parlanicnturn unssi fuerunt a Civitate I^ondoniarum nuncii 

9*^ •' solftnpnos, |H*tentcs Dominum Regem, ut ipse /vellet 

priHtiiium statum corum revocare, et ut possent de se ipsis Vi 
(oinitcN eligere, qui responderent ad Scaccarium Regia de 


tiqua finna. Unde ipsi, redeuntes a Pariamento, Tenenmt Lon- 
(loniis in vigilia Ascensionis Domini, et tulerunt litteras Domini 
Regis clausas et patentes, quarum tenor talis est. 

Littere Domini Re^s de licentia eligendi Ballivos. 

Henricus Dei gratia Rez Anglie, Dominus Hibemie, et Dux 
Aquitannie, dilectis et fidelibus suis Baronibus et Civibus suis 
Londoniarum^ salutem. Cum ooncesserimus vobis quod qnen- 
dam de concivibus vestris fidelem et discretum^ qui nostri et 
Edwardi, primogeniti nostri^ fidelitati hactenus constanter ad- 
hesit, eligatis, qui officio Vicecomitis Middelsexie et Custodis 
Civitatis Londoniarum intendat, ita quod per vos presentetur ad 
Scaccarium nostrum, et ibidem ab eo sacramentum fidelitatis 
recipiatur, prout moris est, et nobis de firma eorumdem respon* 
deat ad Scaccarium predictum ; de qua Vicecomites eorumdem 
nobis pro eisdem ibidem antiquitus respondere consuevemnt. 
Que omnia vobis conoessimus ad voluntatem nostram, ita tamen 
quod idem Yicecomes et Custos de libertatibus Abbatie West- 
monasterii in nullo se intromittat. Vobis mandamns quod 
talem de concivibus vestris predictis ad hoc eligatis^ et nomen 
ejus nobis scire iaciatis. Teste me ipso apud Norhamptonam 
primo die Maii^ anno regni nostri W 

Henricus Dei gratia, &c. Omnibus ad quos presentes littere 
pervenerint, salutem* Sciatis quod concedimus dilectis et 
fidelibus nostris Baronibus et Civibus nostris Londoniarum, 
quod quendam de ooncivibus suis fidelem et discretumy qui 
nostri et fklwardi^ primogeniti nostri, fidelitati hactenus ad- 
hesit^ eligant, qui officio Yicecomitis Middelsezie et Custodis 
Civitatis Londoniarum intendere possit, et quod nomen ejus 
nobis scire fiaciant, ita quod ipse presentetur ad Scaccarium 
nostrum, et ibidem ab eo sacramentum fidelitatis recipiatur^ 
prout moris est, et nobis de firma respondeat ad Scaccarium 
nostrum predictum : que omnia eis concessimus ad volunta- 
tem nostram. Nolumus tamen quod idem Vicecomes et Custos 
de libertatibus Abbatie Westmonasterii in aliquo se intromittat. 


In cujus rei tcstimoniuin has littenis nostnts ficri fedmiu 
tentes. Teste me ipso apud Norhamptonam, xxx die Aprilia» 
anno regni nostri l^, 

In crastino vero, scilicet die Ascensionis Dominii tunc tcni- 
poris festum Sancti Johannis ante portam Latinam, oonTenenint 
Cives apud Uildhall, et per eos electus est Willielmoa filias Ri* 
cardi, et juratus, ut intendat ad officium Vicec«>mitatus Middel» 
sexie et ad Custodiam Civitatis Londoniarum in forma oontcntm 
in predictis litteris ; et in crastino Baronibus de Scaocurio pro» 
sentatus apud Sanctum Paulum, et ibi admissus et juratna. 

Memorandum quod multi de minuto populo, die quo predicte 
fo. 99 r^, electio facta fuit,/ contradixerunt illam, clamantea, ** moff Mjr,** 
et dicentes, ** Nolumus haberc Maiorem nisi Thomam filiom 
Thome, et volumus ut Hberetur a prisona, et socti •ui, qui rant 
apud Windleshores." Tale turpe eloquium dixcrunt fatni 
de Wlgo, die Lune precedenti in eadem Gildhallia* Undc TU^ 
minus Rex, quando tales rumores audivit, mctncns nc ille 
populus insurgeret in Magnates Civitatis, qui fucnint ad fidem 
suam, misit ad Ix>ndonia8 dominum Rogenim dc LciburM^ 
qui, die Sabbati proximo sequenti venit in Gildhall cum nuigno 
comitatu militum et servientum sub |)annia armatorum, afai 
innumerabilis populus Civitatis convenerant ct sinc fummoni* 
cione. Kt precepit idem dominus Rogerus, cx parte Domini 
Regis, ut omnes, qui suspecti essent, fuissent capti ct nt* 
tachiati, ne ipsi aliquam confederationem facerent cum inimids 
Domini Regis. Unde, eodem die, capti sunt plus quam zz*» 
nullo de populo aliquid contradicente. 

Memorandum, quod illi, qui adheserunt Domino Regi, •cpius 
confltxerunt runi adversariis suis, videlicet, una vicc in Comitata 
de Derby, ubi Johannes de Eyvile, Baldwinus Wake» ct ComM 
de Fcrariis, qui tertia die antea recessit a fide Domini Rcgis» 
adherens eis juramento prestito, et multi alii, convenenint cnm 
equis et armis in villa que vooatur Cestrefield, ubi dominos 
Ilenricus de Alemannia, dominus Johannca dc Baliol^ ct alii 


fideles Domini Regis supervenerunt et expugnaverunt illos in 
vigilia Pentecostes ; unde multi de illis capti sunt et multi 
occisi. Comes vero de Ferrariis captus fuit et ductus apud 
castrum de Windleshores. Johannes vero de Eyvile et Bald- 
wynus Wake posuerunt se in fugam. 

Postea die Yeneris in septimana Pentecostes Dominus Ekl- 
wardus expugnavit Adam Gurdan et complices suos in bosco 
de Aultona, ubi multi occisi fuerunt et capti et totum suum 

Postea^ quarto die Junii, venit venit Bonefacius Archiepis- 
copus Cantuarie Londoniis a partibus transmarinis, ubi moram 
fecerat per totum tempus predicte turbationis regni Anglie. 

Anno eodem^post festum Nativitatis SanctiJohannis Baptiste, 
Dominus Rex obsedit castrum de Kenelworthe^ habens secum 
innumerabilem exercitum Comitum, Baronum, Militum, servi- 
entium et aliorum fidei sue adhercntium. 

Eodem anno, ij idus Julii, de nocte, uxor Domini fklwardi /v naHvUau 
peperit filium suum primogenitum apud Windleshores ; quibus ii7«T^««n^ 
rumoribus auditis Cives Londoniarum fecerunt proclamare in 
Civitate, quod in crastino /tota communa solempnizassent/o. 99 «>. 
nullum opus servile faciendo pre gaudio nativitatis dicti pueri. 
Unde factum est^ quod illa die^ omnibus seldis et schopis clausis^ 
omnes viri et mulieres^ tam clericiquam laici, pede et equo 
perrexerunt apud Westmonasterium, gratias agentes Deo pro 
nativitate pueri et orantes pro salute sua. Et per vicos Civitatis 
tripudium ducentes et cantilenas facientes pre gaudio» sicut 
solet fieri annuatim in festo Sancti Johannis Baptiste ; cui vero 
puero impositum est nomen Johannes. 

Memorandum quod in Vigilia Sancti Michaelis iectum fiiit 
breve Domini Regis in Gildhall coram omni populo ; in quo 
continebatur quod ipse precepit ut carta, quam fecit Baronibus 
suis Anglie^ de libertatibus, anno regni sui nono» lecta fuisset 
corain omni populo, et quod omnes articuli in ea contenti 
firmiter per totum regnum Anglie observarentun Et, eodem 


modo, tunc temporia missum fuit brere Domini Hegis rab 
forma omnibus Vicecomitibus Anglie. 

Statim, vero, eodem die lecte fuerunt quedam littere patentea, 
continentes quod Rex tradidit Civitatem Willielmofilio Bicmrdiy 
qui antea Ballivus fuit Civitatis per electionem Civium» ad 
custodiendamy et Vicecomitatum Middelsexie, per antiqumni 
firmam^ reddendo ad Scaccarium snum. Que littere coDti»m 
fuerunt predicte Carte, per quam Cartam Civitas debet habero 
omnes lilyertates et liberas consuetudines suas, et aic deberent 
Cives eligere sibi Vicecomites et Maiorem. Ob quam ^-*^fn 
Cives miserunt ad curiam Domini Kegis noncios saoa» el 
remansit idem Willielmus Custos Civitatis et Middelae«icy 
quia Cives noluerunt eligere contra predictaa liteiaa aine 
licentia Domini Regis. Sed miserunt nundoa ad curiam, nevit 
predictum est. 
/n /Cii^ anNi ^^^ festum Sancti Michaelis, anno Domini MK^C* LX« aesto 

nymi rvyi> //•. WiUielmus fillus Klcardi, Custos Civitatis et Middelsexie, adhnc 
remansit in Balliva sua. Quo amoto in festo Sancti Martiiii, 
facti sunt Ballivi Civitatis et Middlesexie per dectioneni 
Per amti^wom Johanncs Addricnus et Lucas de BatencurL 
Mrmuim. ||^^ anno circa festuni Sancti Michaelis electi fuerunt sij liri 

de Magnatibus regni^ tam ecclesiasticis quam laicis, in quonna 
arbitrio et ordinaciune positum fuit negotium, tangena 
regni, et maxime dc cxheredatis ; ita quod quicquid ipsi 
nunriarent, firmiter observaretur. Quorum ordtnacio diTalgatn 
fuit die Dominica ante festum Omnium Sanctomm apud Ware» 
wyc, coram Doniino Rcge et consiho suo et innumerabtli Coim- 
tum, Baronum et aliorum, per Legatum, post predicationeni 
/o. 100 r*. Huani, diccntem '* /quod nuUus de exheredatis perderet 

suani ; sed« qui plus transgrcHsi fucrint contra Uominum 
gem, rcdimcrcntur quantum tcrrc enrum valent per qainqae 
annos, et quidam alii, qtuintuin suc valcnt per duos annoa.** 
Ilii, ven), qui minua deliquerint, quantum terre eorum ralent 


dimidium annum : et ille redemptiones debent esse illorum, 
qui terras illas tenent. Ita quod si quis possit statim satis- 
facere de redemptione sua, statim habeat terras suas ; et si non 
possit, qualem partem redemptionis sue solverit, talem partem 
de terra sua habeat ; et residuum remaneat ei qui terram suam 
tenet^ usque terminos predictos, nisi interim satisfaciat de re- 
siduo redemptionis sue. Eadem forma concessa fuit eis, qui 
fuerunt in castro de Kenelworthe, si voluerint^ exceptis do- 
mino Henrico de Hastinges, domino Johanne de la Ware, et 
ilio qui amputavit pugnum nuntii Domini Regis. Illi, autem^ 
qui exheredati sunt et nil deliquerunt, habeant terras suas 
quietas, et dampna sua per considerationem curie. Et notan- 
dum quod in primis pronunciavit ille Legatus, quod Carta, 
quam Rex fecit Baronibus, de qua superius mentio facta est, in 
omnibus articulis suis firmiter observaretur^ 8fc. sicut continetur, 
in quodam scripto inde confecto, cujus transcriptum missum 
fuit singulis Comitatibus Regni Anglie ad legendum^ sub sigillo 
Domini Regis. 

Postea nuntii Civitatis redierunt a Curia^ deferentes secum 
literas Domini Regis clausas et patentes^ scilicet^ in vigilia 
Sancti Martini ; per quas concessum est eis ut eligerent de 
seipsis duos Ballivos ad Civitatem et Yicecomitatum Middle- 
sexie custodiendum per antiquam firmam. Unde, in crastino 
ad illud officium exequendum electi sunt in Gildhaliia, coram 
omni populo, Johannes Addrien et Lucas de Batencurt, qui 
presentati ad Scaccarium admissi/ sunt vero et jurati. /o. loo 

Postea, in festo Sancte Lucie Virginis^ castrum de Kenel- 
worthe redditum est Domino Regi ; in obsessione cujus castri 
Dominus Rex fuit cum mangno exercitu a fcsto Nativitatis 
Sancti Johannis Baptiste usque ad illum diem, quod castrum 
inimici sui et infideies cum armis tenuerunt contra ipsum. 

Hoc anno, ante festum Sancti Michaelis precedens, illi, qui 
vocati sunt exheredati^ posuerunt se in insula de Ely, illam cum 
armis munientes^ et ex illa multociens exierunt, depredantes et 



coniburentcs maneria per diversa looa in Esexia, Norfolcb, ct 
Suthfolfli, ct in coniitatu Cantcbrigscira ; et Ciritateni No: 
ccnseni cepcrunt ct depredati fuerunt, ct viUas et burgoa ad 
dcmptioncin cocgcrunt. 
/>r aiirtnty Co. Hor luino, cuiu Comcs Glovcniiey ad mandatum Domini 
?•'"'''"'"''"' cati vcnicn» vcrsius I^indonias, fuisset apud \Vi 

Civcs acccsserunt ad dictum Legatum, consulentea eum 
Coines dcl)eret intrare Civitatem ; qui dixit se 
quod Coincs fuit ainirus Kcgisy ct dedecus esset denegare ci 
introituni Civitatis. Fostea, die Veneris proximo ante Doini- 
nicam Palmarum, Civcs miserunt quosdam concives sooa ad 
Comitcm,, appropinqwantcm Civitatem, n>gantes eum ne hospi- 
tarctur tnfra Civitatcin pro multitudine cxercitua sui ; quod 
ipsc conccssit, ct transivit |)cr mediam Civitatem et hospitatiis 
cst cuin suis iii Suwcrk. In crastino vero, quia Legatus no* 
luit vcnirc nd cuni ultra pontcm^ ipse ad mandatum Legati 
vcnit Londoniisy cuni co locuturus in ecclesia Sancte Trinitatity 
ct ita rcinunsit cuin suis in Civitatc. Unde manifestum 
>. 101 1^ /quod Comcs habuit introitum Civitatis per consilium et 

suni 1^'gati, cujus consilio Civcs pcr prcceptum Domini Regis 
ct Koginc fucrunt attornati obcdirc. Die Lune proximo Jo* 
lianiicN <ic Kyvilc ct complices sui, qui vocati fuenint exhere- 
dati, vcncrunt apud Suwerk ct hospitati sunt ibi ; quod CiTes 
intclii^cntcs municrunt Civitatcm, ct ad majorem aecuritatem 
traxcrunt pontcm tomeicium, nc ipsi iiitrassentCivitatem* Nam 
ipsi non lial>ucrunt potcstatcm ad ilios expugnandos sine auxilio 
Coniitis. qui cis ad hoc auxilium prcl>ere noluit ; eo quod per 
ipsuin ct suain cxcitationein tani prope Civitatem venerant, el 
niuita inala pcr divcrsa loca fcccrant. 

Postca, cito post Pasrha ccpit Conics omncs clavea portaraa 
(*ivitatis ct tradidit illas quibus voluit dc suis ad custodienduin 
iiitroituin ct cxituni C*ivitatis; ct scnipcr, interiin, illi, qui 
hoKpitati sunt in Suwerk, habucrunt de dic et nocte Uberuni 
introituin pcr Puntcui infra Civitatcm. Tunc plurea Cires 


exierunt a Civitate pro timore Domini Regis, quorum bona 
Comes fecit asportare. 

Tunc minutus populus erezit se^ vocans se Communam 
Civitatis^ sicut fuit tempore Comitis Lieicestrie, et habuit 
primam vocem in Civitate ; ita quod quamplures de Civitate, 
et etiam de Magnatibus^ per ipsos fuerunt capti et in custodia 
Comitis positi ; quia ipsi fuerunt manifeste ad fidcm Domini 
Regis^ quorum bona per Comitem vel sequestrata fuerunt vel 
asportata. Et tunc^ per electionem dicti populi, facti/ suntA !<>' *•• 
Ballivi Robertus de Lintona et Rogerus Marescallus ; et 
dominus Ricardus de Culeworth factus est Summus Ballivus 
Civitatis per Comitem. Tunc omnes qui fuerunt quasi hutlagati 
de Civitate pro pace Domini Regis infracta tempore Comitis 
Leycestriey venerunt in Civitatem^ et gratis recepti sunt^ et 
omnes, qui imprisonati fuerunt in Newgate pro predicta causa, 
fuerunt deliberati. 

Postea^ die Mercurii post clausum Pasche, inhibuit Legatus, 
ne campane pulsarentur in Civitate^ et ne divina celebrarentur 
cum cantu ; set sub silentio^ hostiis ecclesiarum clausis, ne 
inimici Regis, qui vocati sunt exheredati, interfuissent ad divina 

Postca, tribus septimanis post Pascha peractis, venit Dom- 
inus Rex cum exercitu suo apud Hamme^ et hospitatus est ibi 
in abbatia monachorum ; et cito post Legatus recessit a Turri 
et hospitatus est in eadem Abbathia, ubi fecit stabulum equis 
suis in claustro monachorum per aliquid tempus. 

Postea^ de die in diem habuerunt colioquium per nuncios 
Dominus Rex et Comes de pace formanda ; set semper interim 
Comite muniente Civitatem et introitum Civitatis viris armatis 
contra exercitum Domini Regis. 

Memorandum^ quod in illa perturbatione non permisit Comes, 
quod iili, qui cum eo venerunt, fecissent depredationcs extra 
Civitatem ; sed tamen illi, qui fuerunt hospitati ultra poDtemj 


depredaverunt et multa mala fecerunt in Sureya, Cancta eC 
/*. 102 f -. alibi. Uui et, pro dolor/ et nefas ! in batellis accesaenint ad 

Westmonasterium et ibi mutilaverunt palatium Domini Rc^gis, 
frangentcs cathedras, fenestras, et hostia, et quicquid potuenint 
asportantes. Kt licet Comes fecisset cotidic proclamare, nc 
quis aliquid depredaMset, tamen plures de Civitate fuemnt 
depredati, unde Comes dc quibusdam fecit fieri judictum ; 
scilicct, una vicc quatuor servientes domini Willielmi de Fer- 
rariis, qui fuenmt in una dcpredatione, ubi unus de Civitate fuit 
occisus, fecit ipsc, li^atiN manibus et i^edibus, projicere in Tlui« 
misiam, ct ibi dimers^i. Kt talc fuit judicium per totum iUud 
tempus dc dampimtis. 
/>#;Ni^/'.r Postea, in septimann |>ost festum Sancte Trinitatity pax fuit 

mataiHterHf fomiata iotcr Dominum ReL^cm et Comitem per Resem Ale* 
mannie et Dominum Ileiirirumy filium suum, et I^hilippnin 
Basset, qui multotiens se intromiserunt, et per alioa; ita quod 
tunc Comes recessit cuni suis a Civitate et hospitatua eat 
in Suwerk. Kt nominus Kex, die Sabbati proximo ante 
festum Nativitatis Saiicti Jnhannis Baptiste, venit Londoniis 
cum toto exercitu nuo, et hospitatus est ibi. Et statim fecit 
proclaniare pacTin sunnK et roiicesKit exlieredatis treugas a die 
illa iii xj dtcs nd trartniKlun), iiitorim, de pace ; et tunc» per 
preccptuni Doniini Uci:is« Johanncs Addrien et Lucms de Baten- 
curt positi suiit iii balliva sua, omiicsquc Aldermanni in Wardis 
suis, in quibus (*oincs antcn posuemt novos custodes. 

Dic vcro Lune proxiino I/ci;atus posuit interdictum i^nermlem 
/f. 102 .\ in Civitatc circa hornin scxtain; .quod quidem in crastinuai 
circn honmi tcrtinm rclnxatum est« captis sacramentia corui 
Coinmissnriis Doniiiii lA'<j^ati apud Sanctum 1'aulum duomm 
hominuin, qui jurnvcnint in aiiimas totius Commune, atandi 
coiisidcmcioni Sanctc ccclcsic. Kt tunc tota clausturm, quam 
Comes fcccrnt iiitcr Civitatcin ct Turrim, penitus prostrsta cst^ 
ct mcreniium nsportatuni. Kt tuiic, in vi^lia Sancti JohanDis 


Baptiste, dominus Alanus la Suche factus est Constabula- Dt AUmo u 
rius Turris, et Custos Civitatis per Dominum Regem ad crucem 
Sancti Pauli coram omni populo. 

Postea die Dominica precepit Dominus Rex, ut in crastinum 
de singulis Wardis tunc venissent viginti homines^ parati ad 
prostemendum fossatum^ quod Comes iieri fecit, ita qood non 
appareret locus ejus. 

Memorandum, quod pax facta fuit inter Dominum Regem et 
Comitem Glouvemie in forma subscripta ; videlicet, quod 
Dominus Rex remisit illi et omnibus de familia, societate et 
amitia sua, et omnibus Londoniensibus omnem iram, rancorem et 
indignationem et omnem malam voluntatem, quam habuit ver- 
sus eos occasione transgressionum et aliarum rerum per eos fac- 
tarum in terra vel in aqua^ postquam dictus Comes recesserat 
ultimo a Wallia, et dum moram fecit in Civitate. Et quod 
Dominus Rex acquietabit omnes illos versus omnes gentes, et 
non permittet aliquem illorum occasionari vel appellari ratione 
predictarum transgressionum ; excepto tamen quod mercatores, 
qui non intromiserunt se de gwerra, habeant plenam actionem 
ad recuperandum tantummodo catalla sua, sine misericordia 
Domini Regis, per legem terre. Et quod terre, domus et red- 
ditus, /qui dati sunt, tam per Regem quam per Comitem, post/o. 103 1«. 
predictum recessum Comitis de Wallia, omnino revocentur. Dic- 
tus vero Comes obligavit se sacramento prestito, quod non 
movebit gwerram versus Dominum Regem, et inde fecit litteras, 
et invenit plegios sub pena decem miUium marcarum. Et hec 
pena locum habeat, quousque sciatur a Domino Papa, si illa 
pena ei sufficiens videatur, et quicquid Dominus Papa super 
hoc ordinaverit, dictus Comes tenetur observare. Et bec or- 
dinatio debet fieri infra festum Purificationis beate Marie 
proximo ventumm. 

Tunc temporis remisit Dominus Rex Londoniensibus omnem 
malam voluntatem, quam habuit versus eos occasione predicta 
per literas suas patentes et subscriptas. 


Tunc ad instantiam Re^A, Cives promiaerunt Regi Alemannie 
milie marcas pro dampiiis suis de Istlewortlie. 

Littcre Domini Re^is dc remissione pro perhendinalionc C<k 
mitis Gluvernie in Civitate. 

Ilcnri, par la grace Dcu, Rey de Engletere, Seniur de Hir- 
launde, e Duc dc Acquitanie, A tu^ ceux qe ceste leiire Temnt 
ou orunt saluz. Cum par encheson del movement ke de 
nuvel ad este en nostre terc eimums estc' vers la gent de 
Lundrcs, par achcsun de la demure Uilbert de Clare, Connte de 
Ghiucestre et de Hertfordy en la Cite avantditey et per aatres 
choses, que fetes sunt pus le |>artir le Cunte de Walea drejne* 
ment cn venant vers la Cite et pus kil entniy et pour choaea ke 
fetes sunt par le Cunte et de par autres de sa mesne et de m 
cumpanic et de sa amiste, et per ccus de Lundres en la Cite et 
de hors, cn divcrs cuntees et |>aiis ausi bien par ewe, cum pnr 
/o. 103 f^. /nus. Par le (^unseil et par assentement nostre chcr frere le 

Rcvs dc Alemain et les Cuntees et les Baruns et le Comnn de 
nostre terc avum pardone et relessc a tu5 ccus de Lundres 
tutc inancre de ire et de rancur et de male volunt^, et avoni 
^prante et otric, ke a eusmal ne damai^ ne nc froms, ne froms ferey 
ne nc Kofronis cstrc fet, et kil ne seruni achesune et ne en« 
querolcK pur lcs rhoses avantdites, forspris marchana ke de 
pi*erc nc sc sunt cntreniis, Ich queus averunt lur action solooi 
lei dc tcre, si il volicnt oct cum issi : nc pur cum endreii de cusy 
ou cum cndrtMt des autrcs a ki cus avera trepassCy seent iux ceos 
dc Londres quietcs, quant a nus et a nos Iicires, de forfei et de 
anionflc, e ke par la suite de marchauntz n*est nul enqti^ 
relcz mal no dama^e, mcs ke les marrlianz sulement recuverent 
lur chateus. Kstre cc, nus voluns et ^rantonis, ke ceua de 
Lundres, kc a Lundres ne estoycnt mic le jour, quc ceste qui* 
tancc fu feto, scycnt quite« enscnicnt rum lcs autres, ke iaint, 
sc il 110 farent choses contrt* nostre pes, entre ce a la, ke U pa- 
scnt de rcste pes, ke fote est estre acorte. K avums ensemeiit 
i^rarit rt otrio, quo tiitc Irs teros a Luiidres, ke unt esie teiaii 


par achesum de se muyement pus le terme avant dit, seient 
maintenant rendus a eus et retoumez. E si il iert nul ke eyt 
este pris puis le terme avant dit, par achesun dil avant dit 
muvement, meintenant seit delivere. En temoyne de/ oest/o- 1<W r». 
chose nus, et nostre chere frcre, Sire Richard^ par la grace de 
Deu Key de Alemain^ a cest escrit avum fet mette nos siaus. 
Dune a Estratford le sezisme jur de Juin^ lan de nostre regne 
Cinquante primerein. 

Cito, postea, recepit Dominus Rex ad pacem suam Johannem 
de Eyvile, Nicholaum de Segrave^ Willielmum Marmeyimi, et 
comphces eorum^ qui hospitati fuerunt ultra Pontem. 

Circa idem tempus, Domino Rege moram faciente apud Lon- 
donias^ in parlamento apud Wyndleshores^ existentibus ibidem 
domino Rege Alemannie^ domino Henrico filio ejus^ domino 
Philippo Basset^ et aliis Magnatibus r^;ni Anglie^ facti sunt con- 
cordes Dominus Edwardus et Comes Glovemie. 

Eodem vero tempore reddita fuit Insula de Ely Domino £d- 
wardo, qui recepit iUos quos ibidem invenit ad pacem suam et 
ad gratiam Domini Regis patris sui^ et omnes clausturas et 
munitiones circa illam et in illa, ut in terra et in aqua, factas^ 
fecit prostemi. Ek>dem modo^ omnes munitiones, barbekan^ et 
claustura, que facte fuerunt circa Suwerk fecit Dominus Rex 
prostemere et adnullare, ita quod non apparet locus illarum. 

Postea Dominus Rex recedens a Londoniis, profectus est cum 
multis Baronibus et militibus et aliis^ peditibus et equitibus, 
usquead Salopesberyad habendum/ parlamentum cumLewelino^yo. 104 v*. 
principe Wallie. 

Hic annus omnibus annis^ antea elapsis temporibus^ tunc vi- Annvi/ertia*. 
ventium^ extitit fertilior/ut in arvis^ copia segetum, in arboribus, 
copia fructuum^ tam in silvis et in spinetis, quam in gardinia et 
etiam in vineis. 

Memorandum quod die Lune proximo ante festum Sancti 
Michaelis, cum Communa tunc convenisset in Gildballa ad eli- 
gendum Vicecomites secundum consuetudines suas^ misaum 


fuit breve Domini Kegis domino Alano U Zuche, Custodi Cm- 

tatis, et civibusy prectpientes ut Johannes Addrien et Lucni 

de Batencurt remanerent Ballivi usque ad adventum auuin Loii* 

doniis, et sic remanserunt Ballivi usque ad Pucam proiimam 


Annc Domini Johanncs Addricn. 

ir-ct- //•. Lu^ de Batencurt. 

ftMuSaHtii Hoc anno Dominus Rex, rediens de Salopesbery, facta oon- 

fmfammTrMni ^0"^^ intcr ipsum ct LfCwelinum principem Wallie, Tcnit Lon* 
Ts^ '/• doniis in vigiiia Sancti Edwardi, Re^s et Confessoris. 

IM in^misiti' Hoc anno circa fcstum Sancti Michaelis provisum fuit per 
onifrtu/anemdu consihum Domini Reins, quod facta fuisset inquisitio per totam 
Antftu n tU regnum Anglie de articulis,quisubnotati sunt Galliceyin hoc libro. 
itinfnnHd^ Porco kc li Rcis dengletere ad done les terres de plusurs gena^ 

H^uirf yn»' kc unt torrcs en diverses Countees et en diverses Hundrea, pow 
A^trtl^.V" cc vout il, ke le in enquergc ki sunt feifTid par lie, en quel hnn* 
«in/M rt^ni in drcd, <les terres de cels ; ki lein dit, kc furent contre loi en 
AujMs iif>n. cest emovement dc son regne, et de queies terres ii sunt feiney 
/o. 105 r^. ct a ki celcs terres furent, e ki les tient ore, e ki unt/ pris les 

cspleiz de celes terres pus cel ceus, et ou il sunt devenua. 

Dautre part, il veut saver ke lein enquerge ki unt pris autri 
terrcs a forcc par enchesun del avantdit roovement dei rcgne, 
et les dctinent cnco et nes unt pas rendues au Rei, et qui len 
tinent ct par quel garant* 

II veut ke lein enquerge, ki unt este contre lui en 
barat, ou en fet ou en dit« et si les tcrres ou les biens de 
sunt encore dones ou nun par le Rei ou par nul dc seus. 

LfC in enquera ausibien des Erceveskes, Eveskes, de tute 
de religion, de quel ordre ke il scient, cum de persones et de 
prestrcs e de clcrs e de tute autre mancre de genx, ki oe sunt, ka 
a{)ertement pn>curercnt de busunics de Cunte de Leicestre, ct 
(*els ke tindrent od lui en atreant le gent par menconges et pnr 
faucetes, par priser la partie le Counte, et blamer la partie le Rei 
et sun tiz. 


Le in enquera li quel unt fet eide al Conte de Leicestre ou a 
ceus de sa partie de lur pecunic, ou lur unt envoie de lur genz 
en eide per lur eindegre sanz fere lur destresce. 

Lein enquerra quels des feffees unt fet pais a lur adversaries e 
unt pris de lur devers ; a lur unt lur tcrres renduz sanz le cun- 
seil le Rei. 

II veut ke le in enquerge *ki unt este principales robbers e ki '/>. 105 «^. 
unt cste aveke eus^ e ki unte cste derobbez, et de quele genz et 
quant et ou et pour quele acheison^ e ou les robburs unt este 

Lein enquerra si nulcs terres du demeine le Roi soient donez 
par acheson de cest movement^ et ki les tient^ et a ki e les sunt 
donces et pour quel forfet. 

Lein enquerra ki par acheson de cest esmouvement unt fet 
robbcries, homicides, ou arsons sur les feals le Rei. 

Lcin cnquerra quels utlage^ sunt revenuz a la cumpanie de 
ceus ki se appellerent desheritez^ et demorent encore el paiis, et 
ou il sunt recettiez. 

Lein enquerra ki unt achate des roberies ki unt este faites 
cuntre les feal le Rei en le avant dit tens. 

Lein enquerra si nul de ceus seit derobbez^ ke ne se tindrent 
od lune partie ne od lautre, mes se tindrent en pais, et ki Ics ad 
desrobbe et de quei. 

Lein enquerra si nul eglise seit robbie en lavantdit tens et par 

Lein enquerra si nuls eit demande du Rei les terres de akun, 
ki nad pas en lavant dit tens estre cuntre le Rey, et les tient en- 
core et ki ce est. 

Len enquera, ki unt este de lur aindegre baillifs ou servanz 
le Cunte de Leicestre. 

Les nons des enquerurs en ceste Cunteres. 
Eustace de Baliol. 
Adam de Gesemue. 
Richard de M iddleton. 



1 t,.. 10(> .- 

Kvcrwvk — N()rtliuiiil>erland — Cumberland — * WestmoreUnd 

— I^iiicastrc — Xotiii^^Iiaiii — Derbv. 

Los nons des enqucrurs en eeste Cunteres. 

U«il)ertus de Nevile. 

Rogerus de SuniiTi. 

Johannes le Bretun. 
Xieolc — Nortliaintune — I-ieicrestre — Ware^*vk — KotcUnd — 

Oxncfonl — Barkscliiri' — Bukinf^cham — Bedeford. 
L( s nons des enquerurs eii ccstc Cuntercs. 

Adain dc (ircinvile. 

Rohert dc Brehuse. 

1a' Ahhc de Schirchurnc. 

Kichard dc (Miertcdon. 
Salopcshi rv — Statlord — Ilereford — Wvrecestre — Gloucestre 

— Dcvcncschvrc — Sunicrsete — Dursetrc — Wvltcschvrc — 

Ix*s iioiis dcs cnquerurs en ceste Cuntcres. 
Wilianie dc Seint Oumer. 
Jon Luvcl. 
Sinion dc Crcve. 


Surcvc Suscxc — Kent — Middclscxc — Kscxc — Ilerteford — 


S ut U ilkc - Nort t*i »Ikc — ( 'antchri;:'.^c — 1 1 untin^donc. 
Sciciiduni (|Ut)d illa provisio, \c. 
I f.,, in»; .• . ' Mcinoranduin (|iiod tcniporc chipso multotiens in Uildliall 

corani oinni populo prc(H*ptuin fuit ex parte Domini Kegis sub 
pcna vitc ct incni)>roruin, ct etiain per totani Civitatem |irui*la-> 
niatuin, nc ali()ui fccisscnt parlaincntuin, (M)nventicuIaA |H*r se, 
scu C(»iiL;rci:atiuiK'>, pcr (piod pax Doiiiini Kci;isct Civitatis pus* 
M't in ali(pio pcrturhari; sct quod oinncs dc C*i\ itate» tani |mu-> 
[)crcs (piaiii (li\iti s, 1'sscnt ()uasi corpus unuiii ct vir unus, mA 
paccin KcL^is ct Civitatis ad tidcin suain tidclitcr ohservandaiiiy 
iic pcr talcs ci»tivciiticulas ct coni;rci:atioiics C*ivitas iteruni cun* 
fiiiMicrctur, sicut citiitiii;;chat tcniporihus Tlioine tilii Thoine 
tunc Maiuris Lundoniarum et Thumc dc Piwclesdon coDiptiGis 


sui, sub quorum potestate minutus populus per tales congrega- 
tiones et confederationes inter se factas erexit se contra Magnates 
Civitatis, et habuerunt omnem potestatem Civitatis, ita quod 
Magnates eos non potuerunt pacificare nec justificare ; et hoc 
fuit initium confusionis Civitatis. Preterea preceptum fuit et 
prodamatum sub eadem forma, ne aliqui vindictam caperent de 
bateria vel aha injuria sibi illata ; set inde queremoniam face- 
rent Ballivis Civitatis, qui eis super hoc plena justicia exhibe- 

Contra hoc, circa festum Sancte Katerine, hoc anno contigit, 
quod quedam contentio orta fuit inter quosdam de officio auri- 
fabrorum et quosdam de ofiicio cissorum, quibus adheserunt 
hinc et hinc quidam de officio parmentariorum, et quidam de 
officio allutarum, qui fecerunt magnas congregationes, et per tres 
noctes continuas incedebant armati per vicos